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Destruction of Classified Material
The  Department  of  Energy  grants  two  types  of personnel   clearances,   L   and   Q,   for   access   to   classified information   that   includes   Restricted   Data.   These clearances  are  not  required  by  Navy  personnel,  provided they   have   been   cleared   for   access   to   classified information   at   least   equal   to   the   classification   category of  the  Restricted  Data  involved. For  further  information  concerning  clearances  for and   issuance   of   Restricted   Data   or   Formerly   Restricted Data,   refer   to   OPNAV   instruction   5510.1. Q9.   The   Navy   Information   and   Personnel   Security Program   consists   of   what   three   information categories? HANDLING   CLASSIFIED INFORMATION Each   individual   in   the   naval   establishment   must take  every  precaution  to  prevent  deliberate  or  casual access   to   classified   information   by   unauthorized persons.  Some  of  the  precautions  to  be  taken  are  listed in   the   following   paragraphs: When   classified   documents   are   removed   from stowage   for   working   purposes,   they   must   be   kept facedown  or  covered  when  not  in  use. Visitors   not   authorized   access   to   particular classified   information   within   a   working   space   will   be received   or   interviewed   in   specially   arranged   reception rooms  or  areas. Classified  information  will  not  be  discussed  over the   telephone.   Telephone   scrambling   devices   do   not assure    security. Preliminary   drafts,   carbon   sheets,   plates, stencils,  stenographic  notes,  work  sheets,  and  all  similar items   containing   classified   information   will   be   either destroyed  by  the  person  responsible  for  their  production immediately  after  the  material  has  served  its  purpose  or given   the   same   classification   and   safeguarded   in   the same   manner   as   the   classified   information   produced from   the   material. Classified  material,  upon  receipt,  must  be  opened by   the   addressee   or   by   persons   specifically   authorized by   the   addressee   to   open   material   of   the   classification involved. If,  for  any  reason,  an  office  is  vacated  during working  hours,  the  classified  material  therein  will  be stowed   in   the   prescribed   manner   as   if   it   were   after working   hours. TRANSMISSION   OF   CLASSIFIED INFORMATION By   executive   order,   Secret   and   Confidential material   may   be   transmitted   outside   CONUS   by   USPS registered  mail  through  Army,  Navy,  or  Air  Force postal   facilities,   provided   that   the   material   does   not   at any  time  pass  out  of  U.S.  Government  control  and  does not  pass  through  a  foreign  postal  system.  Secret  and Confidential  material  may  be  transmitted  between  the U n i t e d    S t a t e s    a n d / o r    C a n a d i a n    G o v e r n m e nt installations   in   the   United   States,   Canada,   and   Alaska, by   United   States   and   Canadian   registered   mail   with   a return   receipt.   Only   closed   pouches   or   jackets   of registered   U.S.   mail   may   be   transported   between   U.S. activities   and   overseas   military   post   offices   (MPOs). (See   fig.   2-5.) Closed   pouches   or   jackets   of   registered   U.S.   mail, bearing  an  APO,  FPO,  or  a  CONUS  address,  maybe transported   between   U.S.   activities   by   Canadian military   or   Canadian   civil   postal   facilities   without   the individual  requests  for  return  receipt  as  required  in  the case   of   registered   mail   containing   classified   material addressed   to   Canadian   geographic   (international) addresses. All  classified  material  that  is  mailed  at  U.S.  MPOs outside   CONUS   must   be   registered.   All   classified material   that   is   mailed   at   post   offices   in   CONUS addressed   to   an   APO   or   FPO   address   will   also   be registered,  since  originators  cannot  know  in  the  case of   mobile   units   whether   or   not   retransmission   outside CONUS   maybe   required. Q 1 0 .    Y o u    a r e    m a i l i n g    a    d o c u m e n t    m a r k ed Confidential   from   the   Commander   Naval   Base, Norfolk,  VA,  to  a  ship  with  an  FPO,  AP  address. What  special  category  of  mail  should  you  use  for this   purpose? Preparation   of   Packages   for Transmission Except   for   transmission   locally   within   a   ship   or office,   classified   matter   being   mailed   must   be   enclosed in   opaque   double-sealed   containers   or   envelopes   to minimize   the   possibility   of   compromise.   Commands provide   for   the   stocking   of   several   sizes   of   cardboard containers,   corrugated   paper,   and   kraft   tape   laminated with   asphalt   and   containing   rayon   fibers   (snake   tape), or  nylon  sensitive  tape.  COs  will  require  the  inspection of   bulky   packages   to   decide   whether   the   material   is 2-8

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