Department of the Navy Personnel Security Program Regulation, SECNAVINST
5510.30A, "Access To Classified Information," chapter 9, pages 9-1 through 9A-2.
LEARNING OBJECTIVE: Recognize the basic
policy and procedures governing access to classified
information, including Sensitive Compartmented
Information and Restricted Data.
Access to classified information may be
granted if allowing access will promote the
DON mission while preserving the interests
of national security.
The level of access to classified
information authorized will NOT be
limited to the minimum level required to
perform assigned duties.
What form must be executed by all persons
prior to gaining initial access to classified
Access to classified information will be
limited to the minimum number of
individuals necessary to accomplish the
mission and will be based on the need to
Within the command, who has the ultimate
authority over who may have access to
classified information under command
Special Security officer
Commanding officers may grant access to
classified information to any individual,
provided the individual has met which of
the following requirements?
Has an official need to know
Has an established security clearance
Is not the subject of unadjudicated
All of the above
For individuals who have NOT been
determined eligible for security clearance,
access authorization may be allowed in
What is the DON regulation governing the
Sensitive Compartmented Information
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