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Figure 10-1.-Security Termination Statement, 0PNAV Form 5511/14.
incident–no matter how insignificant it might have seemed-that could have security implications. A record should be maintained on individuals given the foreign travel  briefing  for  follow-up. Special Access Programs Any   program   requiring   additional   security protection  and  handling  measures;  special  investigative, adjudicative   and   clearance   procedures;   reporting procedures; or formal access lists is considered a special access   program.   These   programs   require   special briefings before access may be granted. .  NATO-Individuals  who  are  to  have  access  to NATO information must be briefed on NATO security procedures   by   the   NATO   security   officer.   See OPNAVINST  C5510.101. .  Single-integrated  operational  plan  extremely sensitive  information  (SIOP-ESI)—A  special  briefing  is given by an individual with SIOP-ESI access and is based  on  OPNAVINST  S5511.35.  A  briefing  and debriefing certificate is issued in the form recommended in  DOD  5200.2-R. .   Sensitive   compartmented   information (SCI)–The  special  security  officer  (SSO)  is  responsible for briefing those individuals who are to have access to SCI. Additional special access programs are listed in OPNAVINST 5510.1H. Special access programs cannot be  established  within  the  Department  of  the  Navy without  prior  approval. DEBRIEFINGS When   personnel   no   longer   require   access   to classified material, are transferred, separated from active  duty,  or  inadvertently  gain  substantive  access  to information  that  they  were  not  eligible  to  receive,  the commanding   officer   must   make   sure   a   security debriefing is conducted. The purpose of this debriefing is to inform the individuals of their responsibility in protecting  classified  material  they  have  knowledge  of, and it serves as a reminder that the persons are to report to proper authorities any attempt by unauthorized individuals  to  obtain  classified  information  that  they may  possess. DEBRIEFING STATEMENT The Security Termination Statement, OPNAV Form 5511/14 (fig. 10-1), must be executed by civilian and military  personnel  including  senior  officials  (flag  and general  officers  and  senior  executive  service  and equivalent positions) when any of the following events occurs: An   individual   terminates   active   military service   or   civilian   employment   or   is   tem- porarily separated for a period of 60 days or more including sabbaticals and leave without pay. A  limited  access  authorization  expires. A security clearance is revoked for cause. A   security   clearance   is   administratively withdrawn. When  a  security  termination  statement  has  been executed, the witness to the signature must sign the security  termination  statement.  If  someone  refuses  to execute   the   security   termination   statement,   the individual  will  be  debriefed  anyway,  before  a  witness if possible, stressing the fact that refusal to sign the security termination statement does not change the individual’s obligation to protect classified informa- tion from unauthorized disclosure. The statement will be annotated to show the identity and signature of the witness, if one was present, and that the individual was  debriefed,  but  refused  to  sign.  A  copy  will  be forwarded to CNO (OP-09N). Failure to execute the statement  is  reported  immediately  to  the  Deputy Under  Secretary  of  Defense  for  Policy  via  CNO (OP-09N). When  the  action  described  above  has  been accomplished,  the  security  termination  statement becomes part of the individual’s record. The original security termination statement will be placed in the individual’s official personnel record for permanent retention except for the following: l When the security clearance of a marine has been revoked for cause, the original is forwarded to the Commandant  of  the  Marine  Corps  (MSRB)  as  an enclosure to the revocation letter, and a copy is placed in the service record. . When the security termination statement has been executed at the conclusion of a limited access authorization, the original is retained in command tiles for 2 years. A  security  termination  statement  is  not  executed when a member is being transferred from one command to another. A debriefing is given and the member is told that  all  classified  material  must  be  returned.  Any 10-4

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