Implementation Of New Classification Marking Requirements

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.DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCEWASHINGTONDC 20330-1000MAY 3 0 2006OFFICE OF THE SECRETARYFROM:MEMORANDUM FORALMAJCOMIDRUIFOA/CVSAF/AA1720Air ForcePentagonWashington,DC 20330-1720SUBJECT: Implementationof New ClassificationMarking RequirementsDuring a recent GAO audit on the DoD's Classification Managementprograms, awidespread lack of consistent and accurate classification markings was identified. To alleviatethis problem, the Air Force will begin using standardizedmarking guidelines for all classifieddocuments --the samemarking guidelines as used by the Controlled Access ProgramCoordination Office (CAPCO). This policy is effective immediately.An infonnational pamphletoutlining the requirementsis attached.Additional guidancecanbe found on the SIPRNETCAPCO pageathttp://capco.dssc.sgov.gov.POC for collateral/SAPclassificationmarkingsis Ms. PeggyUshman,AFDO, DSN 6645352,commercial703-604-5352.POC for SCI control systemmarkingsis Mr. MarcusEason,AF/A2S,DSN297-6051or commercial202-767-6051. ".WILLIAM A. eson CAPCOMarkings

Air Force Directorate of Security ForcesInformation Security Division(HQ USAF/A7SI)30 May 2006Guidelines forCAPCO MarkingsPOC:Ms Peggy UshmanDSN 664-5352 Commercial 703-604-5352E-mail: peggy.ushman@pentagon.af.milThis document is unclassified. Classification markings are for training purposes only.

The Controlled Access Program Coordination Office (CAPCO) uses a uniform list of securityclassification and control markings that are compiled in the Authorized Classification andControl Marking Register. This may be found on the SIPRNET at http://capco.dssc.sgov.gov.There are nine general categories of classification and control markings:1. U.S. ClassificationTop SecretSecretConfidential2. Non-U.S. Classification3. Joint Classification4. SCI Control SystemsHCS/SI/G/TK5. Special Access Program Markings6. Foreign Government Information (FGI) Markings7. Dissemination ControlsRisk Sensitive (RSEN)For Official Use Only (FOUO)Originator Controlled (ORCON)Controlled Imagery (IMCON)Sources and Methods Information (SAMI)Not Releasable to Foreign Nationals (NOFORN)Proprietary Information (PROPIN)Authorized for Release To (REL TO)Releasable by Information Disclosure Official (RELIDO)Restricted Data (RD)CNWDISIGMAFormerly Restricted Data (FRD)CNWDISIGMADOD or DOE Unclassified Controlled Nuclear Information (UCNI)8. Non-Intelligence Community MarkingsSpecial Category (SPECAT)Single Integrated Operations Plan-Extremely Sensitive Information (SIOP)Limited Distribution (LIMDIS)9. Document Declassificationdate, automatic exemption marking, or MR (manual review)This document is unclassified. Classification markings are for training purposes only.

Controlled Access Program Coordination Office (CAPCO) MarkingsThe Intelligence Community format for marking classified information consists of nine categories of markings and uses punctuation marks to separate thecategories and series of markings within the categories. (See the grey box below for a listing of the categories.) The categories must be listed in the ordershown in the Authorized Classification and Control Markings Register. Use only the categories and markings required to protect the information. Themarking string below shows the order of the most frequently used categories, punctuation, and a sample of the markings; it is not intended to represent acorrect overall classification marking.US Overall CLASSIFICATION. Conspicuously place theclassification line at the top and bottom of each pagein uppercase letters. A double slash separatescategories. When necessary, break the line after apunctuation mark. Mark unclassified documents whentransmitted over a classified system or when theycontain dissemination controls such as FOUO.DISSEMINATION CONTROLMARKINGS. When using multiplemarkings, separate them with asingle slash. List in order shown inmarkings register. LES and FOUOmay not be used in the overallclassification line.In the REL TO marking, always list USAfirst, followed by other countries inalphabetical trigraph order. Use ISO3166 trigraph country codes; separatetrigraphs with a comma and a space.The word “and” has been eliminated.TOP SECRET//HCS/COMINT/TK//FGI CAN GBR//RSEN/ORCON/REL TO USA, CAN, GBR//20290224SECRET//HCS/COMINT-GAMMA/TK//FGISCI CONTROL SYSTEMS. Identify the SCI controlsystems and subsystems. Use a single slash (no space)to separate SCI control systems. SCI subsystems. Use ahyphen (no space) between the SCI control systemidentifier (e.g., COMINT) and the SCI subsystem (e.g.GAMMA). SI and COMINT are synonymous; may use SI orCOMINT in this line, but must use SI in portion markings.FOREIGN GOVERNMENTINFORMATION. Identify source ofFGI in a US-originated document.Use FGI trigraph country code inalphabetical order, separated by asingle space.DECLASSIFICATION INFORMATION.Use numerical date or MR, asappropriate for document. Limited toone entry. See Manual for use of 25Xcodes.Precedence Order and Most Common Authorized Portion Markings1. US ClassificationTOP SECRET (TS)SECRET(S)CONFIDENTIAL (C)UNCLASSIFIED (U)4. SCI Control Systems/SubsystemHCS (HCS)COMINT (SI)-GAMMA (G)TALENT KEYHOLE (TK)2. Non-US ClassificationReserved for othercountries and internationalorg., e.g.,// NATO SECRET.5. Special Access RequiredSPECIAL ACCESS REQUIRED[nickname] (SAR-NM)3. Joint ClassificationUsed for informationjointly owned/produced bymore than one country.6. Foreign Government InformationExample: Canadian SecretinformationOverall Classification line://FGI CAN//Portion Marking:(//CAN S)7. Dissemination Control N(NF)PROPIN(PR)Authorized for Release to. (REL TO)RELIDO (new marking)(RELIDO)DEA Sensitive(DSEN)FISA(FISA)Law Enforcement Sensitive (LES)(NOTE: In classified documents, LESis not included in the overallclassification line.)8. Non-Intelligence Community MarkingsSensitive But Unclassified (SBU)Sensitive Information (SINFO)9. Declassification InformationIf Declassify On line provides a date, use thedate (YYYYMMDD) in the overall classificationline; if “Source Marked OADR” or “SourceMarked [exemption code]” or 25X1-human, useMR. Use “MR” when document contains FGI,Restricted Data, FRD, or NATO classifiedinformation.Never use MR in the Declassify On line.This document is unclassified. Classification markings are for training purposes only.

Overall Classification Markings:The highest level of classified information contained in a document shall appear in a way thatwill distinguish it clearly from the informational text. At a minimum, the overall marking willcontain the overall classification and either the declassification date, automatic declassificationexemption, or MR (for manual ORN//25X1SECRET//REL TO USA, NZL, NATO//MRDocuments containing Foreign Government Information shall carry an overall classification levelof either the U.S. classification or the U.S. equivalent of the FGI classification, whichever ishigher.Each interior page of a classified document shall be marked at the top and bottom either withthe highest level of classification of information contained on that page, or with the highestoverall classification of the document.Manual Review (MR) is: Used where the information is to be declassified on the occurrence of a specific event Used for derivatively classified documents where the “Declassify On” line with “Sourcedocument is marked “Originating Agency Determination Required” or “OADR” Used in cases where E.O. 12958 requirements are superseded by statute, treaty, orother agreement Required with the DoE markings Restricted Data and Formerly Restricted Data Used on all NATO and Non-US classified informationNOTE: MR is only used in the classification markings at the top and bottom of the page.It is not used in the classification/declassification instructions at the bottom of the firstpage.Authorized for Release To (REL TO): Identifies classified information that an originator has predetermined to be releasablethrough established foreign disclosure procedures and channels to the foreign country orinternational organization indicated.May be used only with Top Secret, Secret, and Confidential.Cannot be used with NOFORN on page markings. When a document contains both NFand REL TO portions, NOFORN takes precedence for the markings at the top andbottom of the page.The full marking “//REL TO USA, applicable country trigraph(s), internationalorganization or coalition force tetragraph” shall be used after the classification and willappear at the top and bottom of the front cover, if there is one, the title page, if there isone, the first page and the outside of the back cover, if there is one. “REL TO” mustinclude country code “USA” as the first country code listed. After the USA, countryThis document is unclassified. Classification markings are for training purposes only.

trigraphic codes shall be listed in alphabetical order followed by internationalorganization/coalition tetragraphic codes listed in alphabetical order. Country codesshall be separated by a comma.TOP SECRET//REL TO USA, EGY, ISR//20280922Portion Markings:Every portion (title, subject, paragraph, subparagraph, table, chart, etc.) will be portion marked.Unclassified documents which bear any control markings shall also be portion marked.Portion markings will always be placed at the beginning of the portions and will be enclosed inparenthesis.Examples of portion markings:(TS)(S)(C)(U)(//DEU S) - German Secret(//NC) - NATO Confidential(S//HCS//NF) - Secret HUMINT(S//TK) - Secret Talent Keyhole(U//FOUO)(S//NF) - Secret NOFORN(S//RD) - Secret Restricted Data(S//REL) - Secret Releasable To(//FGI S) - portion marking for a portion which is classified German (or appropriate country)SECRET in cases where the country must be concealedThis document is unclassified. Classification markings are for training purposes only.

EXAMPLESYou have a document that uses the selected portion markings:US Classificationo Top Secret Secreto ConfidentialNon-US Classification (NATO documents)Joint ClassificationSCI Control Systemso HCSo SIo Go TKSpecial Access ProgramForeign Government Information (FGI)Dissemination Controlso Risk Sensitive (RSEN)o For Official Use Only (FOUO) Originator Controlled (ORCON)o Controlled Imagery (IMCON)o Sources and Methods Information (SAMI) Not Releasable to Foreign Nationals (NOFORN)o Proprietary Information (PROPIN)o Authorized for Release To (REL TO)o Releasable by Information Disclosure Official (RELIDO)o Restricted Data (RD)CNWDISIGMAo Formerly Restricted Data (FRD)CNWDISIGMAo DOD or DOE Controlled Nuclear Information (UCNI)Non-Intelligence Community Markingso Special Category (SPECAT)o Single Integrated Operations Plan-Extremely Sensitive Information (SIOP)o Limited Distribution (LIMDIS)Declassification Instructions - date, automatic exemption marking, or MR (manual review)Your overall document marking would be:SECRET//ORCON/NOFORN//20251024This document is unclassified. Classification markings are for training purposes only.

You have a document that uses the selected portion markings:US Classification Top Secreto Secreto ConfidentialNon-US Classification (NATO documents)Joint ClassificationSCI Control Systemso HCS SIo G TKSpecial Access ProgramForeign Government Information (FGI)Dissemination Controlso Risk Sensitive (RSEN)o For Official Use Only (FOUO)o Originator Controlled (ORCON)o Controlled Imagery (IMCON)o Sources and Methods Information (SAMI)o Not Releasable to Foreign Nationals (NOFORN)o Proprietary Information (PROPIN)o Authorized for Release To (REL TO)o Releasable by Information Disclosure Official (RELIDO)o Restricted Data (RD)CNWDISIGMA Formerly Restricted Data (FRD)CNWDISIGMAo DOD or DOE Controlled Nuclear Information (UCNI)Non-Intelligence Community Markingso Special Category (SPECAT)o Single Integrated Operations Plan-Extremely Sensitive Information (SIOP)o Limited Distribution (LIMDIS)Declassification Instructions - date, automatic exemption marking, or MR (manual review)Your overall document marking would be:TOP SECRET//SI/TK//FORMERLY RESTRICTED DATA//MRThis document is unclassified. Classification markings are for training purposes only.

SECRET//20191231Overall page markings mustinclude the overallclassification, any caveatsthat apply to the document,and the declassification date.Portion markingsmust be 1A derivatively classified documentwould have the following:Required date format:YYYYMMDDDerived from: (replace Classified by:)Declassify on:This document is unclassified. Classification markings are for training purposes only.

TOP SECRET//HCS/COMINT -GAMMA- /TK//FGI CAN GBR//RSEN/ORCON/REL TO USA, CAN, GBR//20290224/TK//FGI CAN GBR//RSEN/ORCON/REL TO USA, CAN, GBR//20290224 In the REL TO marking, always list USA first, followed by other countries in alphabetical trigraph order. Use ISO 3166 trigraph country codes; separate trigraphs with a comma and a space. The word “and” has been eliminated. DECLASSIFICATION .

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