I think this might be of some interest.
I think the third paragraph is of interest, as it makes clear that
owners of equipment have to ensure themselves that it will operate
properly with regard to leap-seconds.
I think that for the most part, this is a fairly well written thing.
Another document is under works with DHS and I helped editing it towards
this type of language.
There have been a raising awareness of the practical issues with use of
GPS, and DHS has taken an increasing active role in producing
recommendations, many of which is useful outside of the US.
It's been interesting to provide input to this process and make them
understand that mundane issues can pose a larger practical threat than
Oh, you might enjoy reading my own paper:
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Subject: CGSIC: Best Practices for Leap Second Event Occurring on 31
Date: Fri, 14 Oct 2016 18:39:24 +0000
From: Civil Global Positioning System Service Interface Committee
To: cg...@cgls.uscg.mil <cg...@cgls.uscg.mil>
Best Practices for Leap Second Event Occurring on 31 December 2016 has
been published by the Department of Homeland Security’s National
Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center in coordination with
the United States Naval Observatory, National Institute of Standards and
Technology, the USCG Navigation Center, and the National Coordination
Office for Space-Based Positioning, Navigation and Timing. This product
is intended to assist federal, state, local, and private sector
organizations with preparations for Saturday, 31 December 2016 Leap
Second event. The document can be found on the Navigation Center's
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