The illegal export of sensitive goods, technology, and services, as well as trade and conduct of transactions with sanctioned countries and designated individuals and entities, undermine U.S. national security. Thwarting these illegal efforts and holding accountable those who violate our export control and sanctions laws is a top priority for the Department of Justice`s National Security Division (NSD). Due to regulatory restrictions on the release of classified information, special considerations apply to investigations involving classified information. First, when witnesses are questioned, classified information can only be discussed if the witnesses have the appropriate security clearances and the authority that classified the information has authorised such disclosure. Second, although the grand jurors under Fed. R. Crim. P. are excluded. 6(e)(2) However, a prosecutor shall not, after the disclosure of cases before the grand jury, disclose classified information to the grand jury unless there is an agreement between the authority responsible for classifying the information.

Third, witnesses, subjects or targets of an investigation who have lawfully obtained classified information cannot legally disclose this information to their unpublished lawyers. Those lawyers should therefore either obtain a security clearance allowing them access to classified information or request the disclosure of such information. If the defense attorney chooses the latter, the prosecutor must file an application asking the court to issue a protection order controlling the use of this classified information and protecting it from disclosure to unauthorized persons. For more information on handling classified information during investigations or before the grand jury, see JM 9-90.230 and contact CES. In a Class 6 container with one of the following additional checks: i. Protective Service Officer (PSO)/Secret Clearance Service staff inspecting the security container every 2 hours. ii. An intrusion detection system (IDS) with emergency personnel arriving within 15 minutes of the alarm.

iii. Extensive Security. “More comprehensive security measures must now include protection against epidemics and infectious diseases, the fight against terrorism and organized crime, ensuring safe transport and a reliable food supply, protection against energy disruptions, combating devastating climate change, initiatives for peace and global development, and much more. [11] Security Container (also known as a Safe) – A General Services Administration (GSA) approved security container equipped with an integrated (mounted) changeable combination lock designed specifically for the INS. A security container can be used to protect money and other highly tradable materials or assets. However, this MEI only applies to all containers that host the NSI. (iii) Conduct a regular audit of the USPS National Security Information Program; Destruction of top-secret information. TS information, including duplicates, working documents, etc., must be destroyed in the presence of two authorized persons; One person proceeds with the destruction and the other person serves as a witness. Both individuals must sign TD F 15-05.5, Certificate of Destruction of Classified Documents. The completed TD F 15-05.5 must be retained for three years, after which it may be destroyed.

No record of the certificate of destruction is required. Questions regarding this procedure should be directed to the CST. The main body responsible for coordinating national security policy in Ukraine is the National Security and Defence Council of Ukraine. It is a state advisory agency of the President of Ukraine, responsible for developing a national security policy in national and international affairs. All Council meetings are held in the Presidential Administration building. The Council was established by Supreme Council Decree #1658-12 on October 11, 1991. It has been defined as the supreme state body of the collegial government in the field of defense and security of Ukraine with the following objectives: Senior Agency Official (SAO) – The official appointed by the head of the agency pursuant to E.O. 13526 to direct and manage the agency`s security program under which information is classified, protected, processed or disclosed. Professional organizations and their staff are at the forefront of the fight against export controls and sanctions violations.

As custodians of our export-controlled technologies, commercial organizations play a critical role in protecting our national security. The Department encourages companies to voluntarily disclose directly to the DSN all potentially intentional violations[2] of regulations implementing the U.S. government`s major export control and sanctions regimes – the Arms Export Control Act (AECA), 22 U.S.C. § 2778, the Export Control Reform Act (ECRA), 50 U.S.C. § 4801, et seq. and the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA), 50 U.S.C. § 1705. [3] Confidential – The classification level applies only to information that can reasonably be expected to be injurious to national security, and that the OCA can identify or describe. The AD, security, if security is lacking in the institution, decides whether the justification justifies upgrades to the physical security of the room and the contract of the protective services officers (PSP) of the Federal Protective Services (FPS) of the institution. Systematic review of declassification: This function is performed by the Agency with the OCA, which is responsible for the classification of a particular part of the NSI.

For details, see EO 13526, section 3.4. The movements of a security container between rooms or facilities, including decommissioning to a warehouse or surplus, must be tracked by the CDC responsible for the container via the Security Container Tracker managed by the INS-GP. Discovery: The detection of a security incident, whether a breach or breach, must be reported to the SCC (if applicable) in an unclassified manner. Local CDC, Business Unit Management and NSI PM. CI may have additional reporting obligations.