There are many contractual reasons to transfer classified information from one location to another. Meetings, working groups, and deliverable requirements are just a few. In the receiving organization, the FSO should ensure all arriving classified information is inspected and received into accountability.
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The FSO should ensure that all classified deliveries are inspected prior to bringing them into accountability. Such checks are necessary to ensure items were sent properly, were not tampered with in transit, contain correct items and are authorized for storage in the classified holdings
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When performing Derivative Classification tasks, it's sometimes necessary to produce, reproduce, copy, or print classified information for work products, briefings and demonstrations. When doing so, the derived item should bear the appropriate classification.
Classification markings are applied to the top and bottom, front and back of classified items. Markings are also found in internal pages, paragraphs and other locations inside documents, books, manuals and other paper based products.
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FSO trains and treats ALL employees as security “force multipliers”. With security ingrained in the performance and actions of employees, the organization has a united front and all employees exist to protect classified information. For example, even employees without security clearances can help protect classified information by learning to recognize classification markings reporting suspicious behavior or contacts.
The corporate culture of successful organizations is published organization wide and employees are well versed. Each employee should understand how they fit into the company mission and the importance of their contribution toward the enterprise’s success.