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Each Agency assigns a qualified IT examiner to serve as its
Central Point of Contact (CPC) for each company in the MDPS
program, and where appropriate, for regional TSPs. Agencies that do not have sufficient regulatory
interest in a TSP may choose not to have a designated CPC.
The selected CPCs form the CPC team, which serves as the primary
group for all interagency examination-related activities, including
developing supervisory strategies, performing examination
activities, and pursuing the resolution of any significant
findings. The CPC for the AIC is designated as the Lead CPC.
For TSPs that do not have designated CPC teams, the examiners
assigned by the AICs are responsible for the supervision and
oversight of the TSPs. These examiners carry out their
responsibilities in collaboration with examiners from participating