SECMP0021 Increase the representation of the “Other SEC Party” category on the SSC and TABASC
The Authority decided to reject the modification proposal on 10 July 2017.
What is the issue?
Following discussions with other SEC parties, the Proposer believes that the current membership structure of the Security Sub-Committee (SSC) and Technical Architecture and Business Architecture Sub-Committee (TABASC). This is due to the limited number of committee members potentially restricting the amount of industry knowledge that is required to make informed decisions and that the current structure favours stakeholders involved in the Smart Meter Implementation Programme (SMIP) over other members.
What is the solution?
The proposed solution is to add two “Other SEC Party” voting members to the SSC membership and increase the 'Other SEC Party' voting members on the TABASC from two to four. In addition SECMP0021 seeks to add the TABASC membership structure into SEC Section F1, to be consistent with how other SEC required Sub-Committee membership structures are captured within the SEC.
Who is impacted?
Other SEC Parties
What SEC documents are affected?
SEC Section A 'Definitions and Interpretations'
SEC Section F 'DCC Services'
SEC Section G 'Security'
SECMP0021 Authority referral decision letter - 10072017
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