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SUPPLY  DEPARTMENT  SPACES  ARE  DIVIDED INTO  GROUPS  TO  PROVIDE  ADEQUATE SECURITY IN WORKING SPACES. IN ANSWERING  QUESTIONS  1-15  THROUGH  1-18, SELECT  FROM  COLUMN  B  THE  SECURITY GROUP FOR WHICH THE SPACE LISTED IN COLUMN A IS ASSIGNED. A.   SPACES B. GROUPS 1-15. Ship’s 1.  I galley 2.  II 1-16. Ship’s laundry 3. III 1-17. General 4.  IV stores storeroom 1-18. Ship’s  store  bulk storeroom 1-19. What should the Storekeeper in charge of a Group I space do with the key to the space at the end of the workday? 1. Retain it until the next day 2. Return it to the general key locker in the supply office 3. Turn it over to the duty supply  officer 4. Turn it over to the leading SK 1-20. The master key for Group I spaces   is kept by which of the following   individuals? 1. The  leading  Storekeeper 2. The  stores  officer 3. The  supply  officer 4. The  duty  supply  officer 1-21. Keys to the supply office are issued at the discretion of what  individual? 1. The  office  recordskeeper 2. The  leading  petty  officer of  supply 3. The  ship’s  store  officer 4. The  supply  officer 1-22. 1-23. 1-24. 1-25. The ROM system is included under  what  security classification? 1. Routine 2. Secret 3. Classified 4. Unclassified What  individual  is  required  to input user IDs and passwords into the ROM system on a need-to-know  basis? 1. The  security  officer 2. The  supply  officer 3. The  ship’s  store  officer 4. The  leading  Ship’s Serviceman Once users have been given access to the ROM system, their names will be included in the ROM  security  access  list  which is maintained in what location in a sealed envelope? 1. File SSA-17 2. Ship’s  store  officer’s  safe 3. The  supply  officer’s  safe 4. File SSA-21 Learning  Objective: Identify the factors that pertain to the security of Group III and Group IV  spaces. When dead bolt locks cannot be installed on doors leading to Group  III  spaces,  what  action should be taken? 1. 2. 3. 4. Have  the  ship’s  security patrol check the space more often Install  a  high-security key-type  padlock  with  a shrouded  shackle  and high-security  hasp Install  two  high-security hasps  with  two  combination locks Use  just  one  high-security hasp  with  one  combination or  key-type  lock  and  attach a car seal at the end of each  business  day  making sure it is properly logged in the car seal log 3

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