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INTERIM   CLEARANCES Interim   clearances   may   be   granted temporarily,   pending   completion   of   full investigative   requirements   or   revalidation   of security  clearances  from  DON  CAF  for  180 days.  An  extension  may  be  granted  beyond the   180   days   provided   the   agency   notifies DON  CAF  30  days  before  the  expiration  of  an interim  clearance.  COs  should  send  DON CAF  a  tracer  action  using  the  Personnel Security  Action  Request.  A  copy  of  these documents   must   be   maintained   in   the individual’s  service  record  or  security  file  until the  investigation and   final   clearance determination  are  completed. PERSONNEL    SECURITY ACTION   REQUEST The  Personnel  Security  Action  Request,  as stated  previously,  is  used  to  request  security determinations  from  DON  CAF.  Complete instructions  for  completing  this  request  are  on the   back   of   the   form.   When   the   command receives   the   answer   from   DON   CAF,   it   is a t t a c h e d    t o    t h e    m e m b e r ’ s    R e c o r d    of Investigation,  Clearance,  and  Access,  OPNAV 5520/20,  and  retained  in  the  member’s  service record.  Copies  of  all  correspondence  relating to  clearances  may  be  obtained  for  command security  files. CLASSIFIED   INFORMATION NONDISCLOSURE   AGREEMENT, SF  312 The   primary   purpose   of   the   Classified Information  Nondisclosure  Agreement,  SF 312,  is  to  inform  individuals  of  the  trust placed  in  them  by  their  authorized  access  to classified   information.   The   agreement   also informs   them   of   their   responsibilities   to protect  that  information  from  unauthorized disclosure  and  of  the  consequences  that  may result   from   their   failure   to   meet   those responsibilities. All  persons  with  authorized  access  to classified  information  are  required  to  sign  this form.  The  most  opportune  time  for  a  person to  sign  this  form  is  during  preparation  of  the paperwork  requesting  clearance  authorization from   DON   CAF.   Although   the   information contained   in   this   form   is   quite   lengthy,   the individual  should  read  the  form  in  its  entirety before  signing  it. The   execution   of   the   form   must   be personally  witnessed  by  the  individual’s  CO, executive officer, security manager,   or supervisor.  The  witnessing  official  must  sign and   date   the   agreement   at   the   time   it   is executed.   An   OPNAV   5520/20   entry   will   be made  to  indicate  that  the  individual  has executed  an  SF  312.  Should  the  individual lose   access   to   classified   information   for   any reason,  the  form  will  also  be  used  for  security debriefing. INFORMATION   SECURITY For  the  protection  of  the  interests  of  the United   States,   certain   information   is unavailable   to   other   countries. This information   is   given   a   classification   that determines   how   much   protection   it   needs. The  level  of  classification  is  based  on  how much   damage   would   be   caused   if   other countries   could   obtain   it.   This   section p r o v i d e s    y o u    w i t h    t h e    c a t e g o r i e s    of classification, the   rules regarding the safeguarding of   each   level, and   your responsibilities  in  handling  classified  material. CLASSIFIED  MATERIAL As   discussed   previously,   the   Security Manual  is  the  source  of  the  Navy’s  security program. It was written based on requirements  made  at  the  national  level  and provides  the  procedures  and  requirements  we use  on  a  daily  basis. From  the  Secretary  of the  Navy,  to  the  Chief  of  Naval  Operations,  to your  CO,  to  your  command  security  manager, 8-4

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