How is classified information or material
approved for release to a foreign
government transmitted or transferred?
Delivered or transmitted only to a
person designated, in writing, by the
Transferred only by a foreign embassy
representative of each government
Transmitted only by Navy IPO
Transmitted by a foreign disclosure
In most cases, U.S. classified material
delivered to a foreign government within
the recipient country shall be delivered on
arrival, in the recipient country, to a U.S.
Government representative, who shall
arrange for its transfer to a designated
representative of the recipient government.
Overseas shipments of U.S. classified
material shall be made only via which of
the following ships, aircraft, or other
Those owned or chartered by the U.S.
Government or under U.S. registry
Those owned or chartered by or under
the registry of the recipient
Those otherwise authorized by the
head of the DoD component who has
classification jurisdiction over the
classified material involved
All of the above
In any FMS case, the foreign recipient is
exclusively responsible for developing a
transportation plan for the DoD component
having security cognizance over the
classified material involved.
A contractor should prepare a
transportation plan for each commercial
contract, subcontract, and other legally
binding arrangement providing for the
transfer of classified freight to foreign
governments, to be moved by truck, rail,
aircraft, or ship.
The requirement for a transportation plan
applies to all U.S. and foreign classified
and unclassified contracts.
LEARNING OBJECTIVE: Recognize the policy
and procedures for reporting and investigating
incidents of loss or compromise of classified
When an individual becomes aware that
classified information is lost or
compromised, what shall he or she
Notify the commanding officer or
Notify the local PAO
Start a Preliminary Inquiry
All of the above
The commanding officer should appoint the
security manager to conduct a PI.