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February 28, 2006


FOREWORD


As required by Executive Order 12829 and under the authority of DoD Directive 5220.22, “National Industrial Security Program (NISP),” September 27, 2004, this Manual reissues DoD 5220.22-M, “National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM),” January 1995 (hereby canceled). It provides baseline standards for the protection of classified information released or disclosed to industry in connection with classified contracts under the NISP.

This Manual cancels DoD 5220.22-S-1, “COMSEC Supplement to the Industrial Security Manual for Safeguarding Classified Information,” August 1983.

Users of the NISPOM are encouraged to submit recommended changes through their Cognizant Security Agency to the designated representative of the Secretary of Defense in his capacity as the Executive Agent for the NISP pursuant to Presidential guidance at the following address:

Department of Defense
Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence
ATTN: OUSD(I)/ODUSD(CI&S), Room 3A666
5000 Defense Pentagon
Washington, D.C. 20301-5000




TABLE OF CONTENTS


Foreword 1
Table of Contents 2
References 12
AL1. Acronyms 14


CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
Section 1. Introduction
1-100. Purpose 1-1-1
1-101. Authority 1-1-1
1-102. Scope 1-1-2
1-103. Agency Agreements 1-1-2
1-104. Security Cognizance 1-1-2
1-105. Composition of Manual 1-1-2
1-106. Manual Interpretations 1-1-3
1-107. Waivers and Exceptions to this Manual 1-1-3
Section 2. General Requirements
1-200. General 1-2-1
1-201. Facility Security Officer (FSO) 1-2-1
1-202. Standard Practice Procedures 1-2-1
1-203. One-Person Facilities 1-2-1
1-204. Cooperation with Federal Agencies and Officially Credentialed Representatives of Those Agencies 1-2-1
1-205. Security Training and Briefings 1-2-1
1-206. Security Reviews 1-2-1
1-207. Hotlines 1-2-1
1-208. Classified Information Procedures Act (CIPA) 1-2-2
Section 3. Reporting Requirements
1-300. General 1-3-1
1-301. Reports to be Submitted to the FBI 1-3-1
1-302. Reports to be Submitted to the CSA 1-3-1
1-303. Reports of Loss, Compromise, or Suspected Compromise 1-3-2
1-304. Individual Culpability Reports 1-3-3
CHAPTER 2. SECURITY CLEARANCES
Section 1. Facility Clearances
2-100. General 2-1-1
2-101. Reciprocity 2-1-1
2-102. Eligibility Requirements 2-1-1
2-103. Processing the FCL 2-1-1
2-104. PCLs Required in Connection with the FCL 2-1-1
2-105. PCLs Concurrent with the FCL 2-1-1
2-106. Exclusion Procedures 2-1-1
2-107. Interim FCLs 2-1-2
2-108. Multiple Facility Organizations (MFOs) 2-1-2
2-109. Parent-Subsidiary Relationships 2-1-2
2-110. Termination of the FCL 2-1-2
2-111. Records Maintenance 2-1-2
Section 2. Personnel Security Clearances
2-200. General 2-2-1
2-201. Investigative Requirements 2-2-1
2-202. Procedures for Completing the Electronic Version of the SF 86 2-2-1
2-203. Common Adjudicative Standards 2-2-2
2-204. Reciprocity 2-2-2
2-205. Pre-employment Clearance Action 2-2-2
2-206. Contractor-Granted Clearances 2-2-2
2-207. Verification of U.S. Citizenship 2-2-2
2-208. Acceptable Proof of Citizenship 2-2-2
2-209. Non-U.S. Citizens 2-2-3
2-210. Access Limitations of an LAA 2-2-3
2-211. Interim PCLs 2-2-3
2-212. Consultants 2-2-3
Section 3. Foreign Ownership, Control, or Influence (FOCI)
2-300. Policy 2-3-1
2-301. Factors 2-3-1
2-302. Procedures 2-3-2
2-303. FOCI Action Plans 2-3-2
2-304. Citizenship of Persons Requiring PCLs 2-3-3
2-305. Qualifications of Trustees, Proxy Holders, and Outside Directors 2-3-4
2-306. GSC 2-3-4
2-307. TCP 2-3-4
2-308. Annual Review and Certification 2-3-4
2-309. Limited FCL 2-3-5
2-310. Foreign Mergers, Acquisitions and Takeovers and the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) 2-3-5
CHAPTER 3. SECURITY TRAINING AND BRIEFINGS
Section 1. Security Training and Briefings
3-100. General 3-1-1
3-101. Training Materials 3-1-1
3-102. FSO Training 3-1-1
3-103. Government-Provided Briefings 3-1-1
3-104. Temporary Help Suppliers 3-1-1
3-105. Classified Information Nondisclosure Agreement (SF 312) 3-1-1
3-106. Initial Security Briefings 3-1-1
3-107. Refresher Training 3-1-1
3-108. Debriefings 3-1-1
CHAPTER 4. CLASSIFICATION AND MARKING
Section 1. Classification
4-100. General 4-1-1
4-101. Original Classification 4-1-1
4-102. Derivative Classification Responsibilities 4-1-1
4-103. Security Classification Guidance 4-1-1
4-104. Challenges to Classification 4-1-2
4-105. Contractor Developed Information 4-1-2
4-106. Classified Information Appearing in Public Media 4-1-2
4-107. Downgrading or Declassifying Classified Information 4-1-3
Section 2. Marking Requirements
4-200. General 4-2-1
4-201. Marking Requirements for Information and Material 4-2-1
4-202. Identification Markings 4-2-1
4-203. Overall Markings 4-2-1
4-204. Page Markings 4-2-1
4-205. Component Markings 4-2-1
4-206. Portion Markings 4-2-1
4-207. Subject and Title Markings 4-2-2
4-208. Markings for Derivatively Classified Documents 4-2-2
4-209. Documents Generated Under Previous E.O.s 4-2-3
4-210. Marking Special Types of Material 4-2-3
4-211. Marking Transmittal Documents 4-2-3
4-212. Marking Wholly Unclassified Material 4-2-3
4-213. Marking Compilations 4-2-3
4-214. Marking Miscellaneous Material 4-2-4
4-215. Marking Training Material 4-2-4
4-216. Downgrading or Declassification Actions 4-2-4
4-217. Upgrading Action 4-2-4
4-218. Inadvertent Release 4-2-4
CHAPTER 5. SAFEGUARDING CLASSIFIED INFORMATION
Section 1. General Safeguarding Requirements
5-100. General 5-1-1
5-101. Safeguarding Oral Discussions 5-1-1
5-102. End of Day Security Checks 5-1-1
5-103. Perimeter Controls 5-1-1
5-104. Emergency Procedures 5-1-1
Section 2. Control and Accountability
5-200. Policy 5-2-1
5-201. Accountability for TOP SECRET 5-2-1
5-202. Receiving Classified Material 5-2-1
5-203. Generation of Classified Material 5-2-1
Section 3. Storage and Storage Equipment
5-300. General 5-3-1
5-301. GSA Storage Equipment 5-3-1
5-302. TOP SECRET Storage 5-3-1
5-303. SECRET Storage 5-3-1
5-304. CONFIDENTIAL Storage 5-3-1
5-305. Restricted Areas 5-3-1
5-306. Closed Areas 5-3-1
5-307. Supplemental Protection 5-3-2
5-308. Protection of Combinations to Security Containers, Cabinets, Vaults and Closed Areas 5-3-2
5-309. Changing Combinations 5-3-2
5-310. Supervision of Keys and Padlocks 5-3-2
5-311. Repair of Approved Containers 5-3-2
5-312. Supplanting Access Control Systems or Devices 5-3-3
5-313. Automated Access Control Systems 5-3-3
5-314. Electronic, Mechanical, or Electro-mechanical Devices 5-3-4
Section 4. Transmission
5-400. General 5-4-1
5-401. Preparation and Receipting 5-4-1
5-402. TOP SECRET Transmission Outside a Facility 5-4-1
5-403. SECRET Transmission Outside a Facility 5-4-1
5-404. CONFIDENTIAL Transmission Outside a Facility 5-4-1
5-405. Transmission Outside the United States and Its Territorial Areas 5-4-1
5-406. Addressing Classified Material 5-4-2
5-407. Transmission Within a Facility 5-4-2
5-408. SECRET Transmission by Commercial Carrier 5-4-2
5-409. CONFIDENTIAL Transmission by Commercial Carrier 5-4-3
5-410. Use of Couriers, Handcarriers, and Escorts 5-4-3
5-411. Use of Commercial Passenger Aircraft for Transmitting Classified Material 5-4-3
5-412. Use of Escorts for Classified Shipments 5-4-4
5-413. Functions of an Escort 5-4-4
Section 5. Disclosure
5-500. General 5-5-1
5-501. Disclosure to Employees 5-5-1
5-502. Disclosure to Subcontractors 5-5-1
5-503. Disclosure between Parent and Subsidiaries 5-5-1
5-504. Disclosure in an MFO 5-5-1
5-505. Disclosure to DoD Activities 5-5-1
5-506. Disclosure to Federal Agencies 5-5-1
5-507. Disclosure of Classified Information to Foreign Persons 5-5-1
5-508. Disclosure of Export Controlled Information to Foreign Persons 5-5-1
5-509. Disclosure to Other Contractors 5-5-1
5-510. Disclosure of Classified Information in Connection with Litigation 5-5-1
5-511. Disclosure to the Public 5-5-1
Section 6. Reproduction
5-600. General 5-6-1
5-601. Limitations 5-6-1
5-602. Marking Reproductions 5-6-1
5-603. Records 5-6-1
Section 7. Disposition and Retention
5-700. General 5-7-1
5-701. Retention of Classified Material 5-7-1
5-702. Termination of Security Agreement 5-7-1
5-703. Disposition of Classified Material Not Received Under a Specific Contract 5-7-1
5-704. Destruction 5-7-1
5-705. Methods of Destruction 5-7-1
5-706. Witness to Destruction 5-7-2
5-707. Destruction Records 5-7-2
5-708. Classified Waste 5-7-2
Section 8. Construction Requirements
5-800. General 5-8-1
5-801. Construction Requirements for Closed Areas 5-8-1
5-802. Construction Requirements for Vaults 5-8-1
Section 9. Intrusion Detection Systems
5-900. General 5-9-1
5-901. CSA Approval 5-9-1
5-902. Central Monitoring Station 5-9-1
5-903. Investigative Response to Alarms 5-9-1
5-904. Installation 5-9-2
5-905. Certification of Compliance 5-9-2
5-906. Exceptional Cases 5-9-2
CHAPTER 6. VISITS and MEETINGS
Section 1. Visits
6-100. General 6-1-1
6-101. Classified Visits 6-1-1
6-102. Need-to-Know Determination 6-1-1
6-103. Visits by Government Representatives 6-1-1
6-104. Visit Authorization 6-1-1
6-105. Long-Term Visitors 6-1-1
Section 2. Meetings
6-200. General 6-2-1
6-201. Government Sponsorship of Meetings 6-2-1
6-202. Disclosure Authority at Meetings 6-2-2
6-203. Requests to Attend Classified Meetings 6-2-2
CHAPTER 7. SUBCONTRACTING
Section 1. Prime Contractor Responsibilities
7-100. General 7-1-1
7-101. Responsibilities 7-1-1
7-102. Security Classification Guidance 7-1-1
7-103. Responsibilities (Completion of the Subcontract) 7-1-2
7-104. Notification of Unsatisfactory Conditions 7-1-2
CHAPTER 8. INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY
Section 1. Responsibilities and Duties
8-100. General 8-1-1
8-101. Responsibilities 8-1-1
8-102. Designated Accrediting/Approving Authority 8-1-1
8-103. IS Security Manager (ISSM) 8-1-1
8-104. Information System Security Officer(s) (ISSO) 8-1-2
8-105. Users of IS 8-1-3
Section 2. Certification and Accreditation
8-200. Overview 8-2-1
8-201. Certification Process 8-2-1
8-202. Accreditation 8-2-1
Section 3. Common Requirements
8-300. Introduction 8-3-1
8-301. Clearing and Sanitization 8-3-1
8-302. Examination of Hardware and Software 8-3-1
8-303. Identification and Authentication Management 8-3-1
8-304. Maintenance 8-3-2
8-305. Malicious Code 8-3-2
8-306. Marking Hardware, Output, and Media 8-3-3
8-307. Personnel Security 8-3-3
8-308. Physical Security 8-3-3
8-309. Protection of Media 8-3-3
8-310. Review of Output and Media 8-3-3
8-311. Configuration Management 8-3-3
Section 4. Protection Measures
8-400. Protection Profiles 8-4-1
8-401. Level of Concern 8-4-1
8-402. Protection Level 8-4-1
8-403. Protection Profiles 8-4-1
Section 5. Special Categories
8-500. Special Categories 8-5-1
8-501. Single-user, Stand-alone Systems 8-5-1
8-502. Periods Processing 8-5-1
8-503. Pure Servers 8-5-1
8-504. Tactical, Embedded, Data-Acquisition, and Special-Purpose Systems 8-5-2
8-505. Systems with Group Authenticators 8-5-2
Section 6. Protection Requirements
8-600. Introduction 8-6-1
8-601. Alternate Power Source (Power) 8-6-1
8-602. Audit Capability 8-6-1
8-603. Backup and Restoration of Data (Backup) 8-6-1
8-604. Changes to data (Integrity) 8-6-2
8-605. Data Transmission (Trans) 8-6-2
8-606. Access Controls (Access) 8-6-2
8-607. Identification and Authentication (I&A) 8-6-3
8-608. Resource Control (ResrcCtrl) 8-6-3
8-609. Session Controls (SessCtrl) 8-6-3
8-610. Security Documentation (Doc) 8-6-4
8-611. Separation of Function Requirements (Separation) 8-6-5
8-612. System Recovery (SR) 8-6-5
8-613. System Assurance (SysAssur) 8-6-5
8-614. Security Testing (Test) 8-6-5
8-615. Disaster Recovery Planning 8-6-6
Section 7. Interconnected Systems
8.700. Interconnected Systems Management 8-7-1
8-701. Controlled Interface (CI) Functions 8-7-1
8-702. Controller Interface Requirements 8-7-2
8-703. Assurances for CIs 8-7-2
CHAPTER 9. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
Section 1. RD and FRD
9-100. General 9-1-1
9-101. Authority and Responsibilities 9-1-1
9-102. Unauthorized Disclosures 9-1-1
9-103. International Requirements 9-1-1
9-104. Personnel Security Clearances 9-1-1
9-105. Classification 9-1-1
9-106. Declassification 9-1-2
9-107. Challenges to RD/FRD Classification 9-1-2
9-108. Marking 9-1-2
Section 2. DoD Critical Nuclear Weapon Design Information (CNWDI)
9-200. General 9-2-1
9-201. Background 9-2-1
9-202. Briefings 9-2-1
9-203. Markings 9-2-1
9-204. Subcontractors 9-2-1
9-205. Transmission Outside the Facility 9-2-1
9-206. Records 9-2-1
9-207. Weapon Data 9-2-1
Section 3. Intelligence Information
9-300. Background 9-3-1
9-301. Definitions 9-3-1
9-302. Key Concepts 9-3-1
9-303. Control Markings Authorized for Intelligence Information 9-3-2
9-304. Limitation on Dissemination of Classified Intelligence Information 9-3-2
9-305. Safeguarding Classified Intelligence Information 9-3-3
9-306. Inquiries 9-3-3
Section 4. Communication Security (COMSEC)
9-400. General 9-4-1
9-401. Instructions 9-4-1
9-402. Clearance and Access Requirements 9-4-1
9-403. Establishing a COMSEC Account 9-4-1
9-404. COMSEC Briefing and Debriefing Requirements 9-4-1
9-405. CRYPTO Access Briefing and Debriefing Requirements 9-4-2
9-406. Destruction and Disposition of COMSEC Material 9-4-2
9-407. Subcontracting COMSEC Work 9-4-2
9-408. Unsolicited Proposals 9-4-2
CHAPTER 10. INTERNATIONAL SECURITY REQUIREMENTS
Section 1. General and Background Information
10-100. General 10-1-1
10-101. Applicable Federal Laws 10-1-1
10-102. Bilateral Security Agreements 10-1-1
Section 2. Disclosure of U.S. Information to Foreign Interests
10-200. Authorization for Disclosure 10-2-1
10-201. Direct Commercial Arrangements 10-2-1
10-202. Contract Security Provisions 10-2-1
Section 3. Foreign Government Information
10-300. General 10-3-1
10-301. Contract Security Requirements 10-3-1
10-302. Marking Foreign Government Classified Material 10-3-1
10-303. Foreign Government RESTRICTED Information and “In Confidence” Information 10-3-1
10-304. Marking U.S. Documents Containing FGI 10-3-1
10-305. Marking Documents Prepared For Foreign Governments 10-3-1
10-306. Storage and Control 10-3-2
10-307. Disclosure and Use Limitations 10-3-2
10-308. Transfer 10-3-2
10-309. Reproduction 10-3-2
10-310. Disposition 10-3-2
10-311. Reporting of Improper Receipt of Foreign Government Material 10-3-2
10-312. Subcontracting 10-3-2
Section 4. International Transfers
10-400. General 10-4-1
10-401. International Transfers of Classified Material 10-4-1
10-402. Transfers of Freight 10-4-1
10-403. Return of Material for Repair, Modification, or Maintenance 10-4-2
10-404. Use of Freight Forwarders 10-4-2
10-405. Handcarrying Classified Material 10-4-2
10-406. Classified Material Receipts 10-4-3
10-407. Contractor Preparations for International Transfers Pursuant to Commercial and User Agency Sales 10-4-3
10-408. Transfers of Technical Data Pursuant to an ITAR Exemption 10-4-3
Section 5. International Visits and Control of Foreign Nationals
10-500. General 10-5-1
10-501. International Visits 10-5-1
10-502. Types and Purpose of International Visits 10-5-1
10-503. Emergency Visits 10-5-1
10-504. Requests for Recurring Visits 10-5-1
10-505. Amendments 10-5-1
10-506. Visits Abroad by U.S. Contractors 10-5-1
10-507. Visits by Foreign Nationals to U.S. Contractor Facilities 10-5-2
10-508. Control of Access by On-Site Foreign Nationals 10-5-2
10-509. TCP 10-5-3
10-510. Security and Export Control Violations Involving Foreign Nationals 10-5-3
Section 6. Contractor Operations Abroad.
10-600. General 10-6-1
10-601. Access by Contractor Employees Assigned Outside the United States 10-6-1
10-602. Storage, Custody, and Control of Classified Information Abroad by Employees of a U.S. Contractor 10-6-1
10-603. Transmission of Classified Material to Employees Abroad 10-6-1
10-604. Security Briefings 10-6-2
Section 7. NATO Information Security Requirements
10-700. General 10-7-1
10-701. Classification Levels 10-7-1
10-702. NATO RESTRICTED 10-7-1
10-703. NATO Contracts 10-7-1
10-704. NATO Facility Security Clearance Certificate 10-7-1
10-705. PCL Requirements 10-7-1
10-706. NATO Briefings 10-7-1
10-707. Access to NATO Classified Information by Foreign Nationals 10-7-1
10-708. Subcontracting for NATO Contracts 10-7-1
10-709. Preparing and Marking NATO Documents 10-7-1
10-710. Classification Guidance 10-7-2
10-711. Further Distribution 10-7-2
10-712. Storage of NATO Documents 10-7-2
10-713. International Transmission 10-7-2
10-714. Handcarrying 10-7-3
10-715. Reproduction 10-7-3
10-716. Disposition 10-7-3
10-717. Accountability Records 10-7-3
10-718. Security Violations and Loss, Compromise, or Possible Compromise 10-7-3
10-719. Extracting from NATO Documents 10-7-3
10-720. Release of U.S. Information to NATO 10-7-4
10-721. Visits 10-7-4
CHAPTER 11. MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION
Section 1. TEMPEST
11-100. General 11-1-1
11-101. TEMPEST Requirements 11-1-1
11-102. Cost 11-1-1
Section 2. Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC)
11-200. General 11-2-1
11-201. User Community 11-2-1
11-202. Registration Process 11-2-1
11-203. Safeguarding Requirements 11-2-1
11-204. DTIC Downgrading or Declassification Notices 11-2-1
11-205. Questions Concerning Reference Material 11-2-1
11-206. Subcontracts 11-2-1
Section 3. Independent Research and Development (IR&D) Efforts
11-300. General 11-3-1
11-301. Information Generated Under an IR&D Effort that Incorporates Classified Information 11-3-1
11-302. Classification Guidance 11-3-1
11-303. Preparation of Security Guidance 11-3-1
11-304. Retention of Classified Documents Generated Under IR&D Efforts 11-3-1
APPENDICES
Appendix A. Cognizant Security Office Information A-l
Appendix B. International Visits Standard Request for Visit Format (RFV) B-l
Appendix C. Definitions C-l
SUPPLEMENTS TO THE NISPOM
NISPOM Supplement DoD 5220.22-M-Sup 1


REFERENCES

(a) Executive Order 12829, “National Industrial Security Program,” January 6, 1993
(b) Executive Order 12958, “Classified National Security Information, April 17, 1995
(c) Section 2011 et seq. of title 42, United States Code, “Atomic Energy Act of 1954,” as amended
(d) Section 781 of title 50, United States Code, “Internal Security Act of 1950”
(e) Section 403 of title 50, United States Code “National Security Act of 1947”
(f) Executive Order 12333, “United States Intelligence Activities,” December 8, 1981
(g) Executive Order 13355, “Strengthened Management of the Intelligence Community,” August 27, 2004
(h) Public Law 108-458, “Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004,” 118 Stat. 3638, December 17, 2004[1]
(i) Section 552(f) of title 5, United States Code, “Government Organization and Employees”
(j) DoD 5220.22-C, “Carrier Supplement to the Industrial Security Manual for Safeguarding Classified Information,” October 1986
(k) Title 18 USC, Appendix 3, “Classified Information Procedures Act (CIPA)”
(l) Section 552 of title 5, United States Code, “Freedom of Information Act”
(m) Section 552a of title 5, United States Code, “Privacy Act of 1975”
(n) Section 2170 of Title 50, United States Code Appendix, “Defense Production Act of 1950”
(o) Director of Central Intelligence Directive 6/9[2], “Manual for Physical Security Standards for SCI Facilities,” November 18, 2002
(p) Underwriters Laboratories, Inc., UL Standard 2050, “National Industrial Security Systems”
(q) Title 10, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 1045, Subparts A, B, and C, “National Security Information,” December 22, 1997
(r) DoD Directive 5210.2, “Access to and Dissemination of Restricted Data,” January 12, 1978
(s) Department of Energy Order 5610.2, “Control of Weapon Data,” August 1, 1980
(t) Sections 793, 794, and 798 of title 18, United States Code, Chapter 37, “Espionage and Censorship”
(u) Section 2751 et seq. of title 22, United States Code, “Arms Export Control Act (AECA),” June 30, 1976, as amended
(v) App. 2401 et seq. of title 50, United States Code, “The Export Administration Act of 1979 (EAA),” September 29, 1979, as amended
(w) Title 22, Code of Federal Regulations, Parts 120-130, “International Traffic in Arms Regulations,” current edition
(x) Section 130(c) of title 10, United States Code, “Authority to Withhold from Public Disclosure Certain Technical Data”
(y) Section 1101(a)(22) and Section 1401, subsection (a) of title 8, United States Code, “Aliens and Nationality”
(z) Title15, Code of Federal Regulations, parts 368.1-399.2, “Export Administration Regulation (EAR),” current edition


AL1. Acronyms


AL.1.1. AECA Arms Export Control Act
AL.1.2. ASC Alarm Service Company
AL.1.3. BL Bill of Lading
AL.1.4. CAGE Commercial and Government Entity
AL.1.5. CFIUS Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States
AL.1.6. CFR Code of Federal Regulations
AL.1.7. CI Counterintelligence
AL.1.8. CIA Central Intelligence Agency
AL.1.9. CM Configuration Management
AL.1.10. CNWDI Critical Nuclear Weapons Design Information
AL.1.11. COMSEC Communications Security
AL.1.12. COR Central Office of Record
AL.1.13. CRYPTO Cryptographic
AL.1.14. CSA Cognizant Security Agency
AL.1.15. CSO Cognizant Security Office
AL.1.16. CUSR Central United States Registry
AL.1.17. CVA Central Verification Activity
AL.1.18. DAA Designated Accrediting/Approving Authority
AL.1.19. DCID Director of Central Intelligence Directive
AL.1.20. DGR Designated Government Representative
AL.1.21. DNI Director of National Intelligence
AL.1.22. DOD Department of Defense
AL.1.23. DOE Department of Energy
AL.1.24. DOJ Department of Justice
AL.1.25. DSS Defense Security Service
AL.1.26. DTIC Defense Technical Information Center
AL.1.27. EAA Export Administration Act
AL 1.28. EPA Environmental Protection Agency
AL.1.29. FBI Federal Bureau of Investigation
AL.1.30. FCC Federal Communications Commission
AL.1.31. FCL Facility (Security) Clearance
AL.1.32. FGI Foreign Government Information
AL.1.33. FOCI Foreign Ownership, Control or Influence
AL.1.34. FOUO For Official Use Only
AL.1.35. FRD Formerly Restricted Data
AL.1.36. FRS Federal Reserve System
AL.1.37. FSCC NATO Facility Security Clearance Certificate
AL.1.38. FSO Facility Security Officer
AL.1.39. GAO Government Accountability Office
AL.1.40. GCA Government Contracting Activity
AL.1.41. GCMS Government Contractor Monitoring Station
AL.1.42. GFE Government Furnished Equipment
AL.1.43. GSA General Services Administration
AL.1.44. GSC Government Security Committee
AL.1.45. IC Intelligence Community
AL.1.46. IDS Intrusion Detection System
AL.1.47. IFB Invitation for Bid
AL.1.48. IR&D Independent Research & Development
AL.1.49. IS Information System
AL.1.50. ISCAP Interagency Security Classification Appeals Panel
AL.1.51. ISOO Information Security Oversight Office
AL.1.52. ISSM Information System Security Manager
AL.1.53. ISSO Information System Security Officer
AL.1.54. ITAR International Traffic in Arms Regulations
AL.1.55. LAA Limited Access Authorization
AL.1.56. LAN Local Area Network
AL.1.57. MFO Multiple Facility Organization
AL.1.58. NACLC National Agency Check with Local Agency Check and Credit Check
AL.1.59. NASA National Aeronautics and Space Administration
AL.1.60. NATO North Atlantic Treaty Organization
AL.1.61. NIAG NATO Industrial Advisory Group
AL.1.62. NID National Interest Determination
AL.1.63. NISP National Industrial Security Program
AL.1.64. NISPOM National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual
AL.1.65. NISPOMSUP National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual Supplement
AL.1.66. NOFORN Not Releasable to Foreign Nationals
AL.1.67. NPLO NATO Production Logistics Organization
AL.1.68. NRC Nuclear Regulatory Commission
AL.1.69. NSA National Security Agency
AL.1.70. NSF National Science Foundation
AL.1.71. NSI National Security Information
AL.1.72. OADR Originating Agency's Determination Required
AL.1.73. ORCON Dissemination and Extraction of Information Controlled by Originator
AL.1.74. PCL Personnel (Security) Clearance
AL.1.75. PROPIN Proprietary Information Involved
AL.1.76. RD Restricted Data
AL.1.77. RDT&E Research, Development, Technical and Engineering
AL.1.78. REL TO Authorized for Release to
AL.1.79. RFP Request for Proposal
AL.1.80. RFQ Request for Quotation
AL.1.81. RFV Request for Visit
AL.1.82. SAP Special Access Program
AL.1.83. SBA Small Business Administration
AL.1.84. SCA Security Control Agreement
AL.1.85. SCI Sensitive Compartmented Information
AL.1.86. SCIF Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility
AL.1.87. SDDC Surface Deployment and Distribution Command
AL.1.88. SIO Senior Intelligence Officer
AL.1.89. SOIC Senior Official of the Intelligence Community
AL.1.90. SSA Special Security Agreement
AL.1.91. SSBI Single Scope Background Investigation
AL.1.92. SSP Systems Security Plan
AL.1.93. TCO Technology Control Officer
AL.1.94. TCP Technology Control Plan
AL.1.95. TP Transportation Plan
AL.1.96. UL Underwriters' Laboratories
AL.1.97. USAID United States Agency for International Development
AL.1.98. USC United States Code
AL.1.99. USCIS United States Citizenship and Immigration Services
AL.1.100. USITC United States International Trade Commission
AL.1.101. USTR United States Trade Representative
AL.102. VAL Visit Authorization Letter


Footnotes

  1. Not codified
  2. Available from the Central Intelligence Agency


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