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CHAPTER 8 SECURITY A   security   clearance   is   a   determination, made  from  all  available  information,  that  an individual   is   eligible   for   access   to   classified information   to   a   specified   level   or,   in   some cases,  is  eligible  for  assignment  to  other positions   of   trust. The  clearance  tells  you someone   is   eligible   for   access;   it   does   not give  that  person  access  authorization.  It  is important  to  separate  these  two  processes: granting  clearance  and  granting  access.  An individual  may  remain  eligible  for  access  even though  the  person’s  present  position  does  not require  access  to  classified  information. No   person   will   be   given   access   to classified   information   unless   a   favorable determination  has  been  made  of  the  person’s loyalty,   reliability,   and   trustworthiness.   The initial  determination  is  based  on  a  personnel security investigation    (PSI). Only commanders,   commanding   officers   (COs), chiefs  of  recruiting  stations,  and  the  Director of  Central  Adjudication  Facility  are  authorized to  request  PSIs  on  personnel  under  their jurisdiction. The  Defense  Investigative  Service  (DIS) or,   where   specified,   the   Office   of   Personnel Management   (OPM)   conducts   or   controls   all PSIs  for  the  Department  of  the  Navy. Requests   for   PSIs   must   be   kept   to   the absolute  minimum. They     will     not     be submitted   on   any civilian or   military personnel  who  will  retire,  resign,  or  separate with  less  than  9  months  of  service  remaining. TYPES   OF   PERSONNEL   SECURITY INVESTIGATIONS A  personnel  security  investigation  (PSI)  is an  inquiry  into  an  individual’s  activities;  it  is used  for  the  specific  purpose  of  making  a personnel security determination. Investigations   such   as   those   conducted   for current criminal activity, espionage, compromise,  or  subversion  have  an  impact  on employment,  clearance,  or  assignment,  but  are not  classified  as  PSIs. PSIs   fall   into   one   of   the   following categories:   national   agency   check   (NAC), background investigation   (Bl),   special background   investigation   (SBI),   and   periodic reinvestigation   (PR). NATIONAL   AGENCY   CHECK An  NAC  is  a  search  of  the  files  of  federal agencies   for   information   about   the   person being   investigated;   the   DIS   conducts   the check.  An  NAC  includes,  as  a  minimum,  a check   of   the   Defense   Clearance   and Investigations  Index  (DCII)  and  the  FBI  files. If  either  of  those  checks  reveals  information that warrants further study, the DIS checks the files  of  other  agencies. A  person  who  wishes  to  enter  military service undergoes   an entrance   NAC (ENTNAC).   The   ENTNAC   determines   the suitability  of  an  individual  for  entry  into  the service. The  following  documents  are  required  to process  an  NAC: l    An    original    and    one    copy    of    the Personnel   Security   Questionnaire,   DD   398-2 l    An    original    and    one    copy    of    the Applicant  Fingerprint  Card,  FD  258 Step-by-step i n s t r u c t i o n s    f o r    t he completion  of  these  documents  are  contained in  chapter  21  of  the  Department   of   the   Navy Information   and   Personnel   Security   Program Regulation   Manual,   OPNAVINST   5510.1. 8-1

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