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Derivative Classification & Marking Requirements

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Course overview

Change 1 to the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM), based on Executive Order 13526, requires that all employees authorized to make derivative classification decisions be trained in the proper application of the derivative classification principles, with a special emphasis on avoiding over-classification, at least once every 2 years. This briefing, delivered by an Industrial Security Professional (ISP), is designed to assure that your employees meet this new requirement and keep up-to-date with the knowledge and skills needed to make accurate derivative classification decisions.This course as a required training is applicable for both initial and refresher training. New derivative classifiers will benefit from the full course - Understanding NISPOM Requirements (SRTY7225D).

Who should attend?

All industry derivative classifiers authorized to make derivative classification decisions.

Learning outcomes

  • Use the authorized and approved source documents that assist in analyzing and evaluating information
  • Identify the elements that require classification and apply standard markings

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