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Title 32: National Defense
Appendix C to Part 197—Procedures for the Department of State (DoS) Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS) Series
1. The OSD Records Administrator shall:
a. Determine the location of the records being requested by the DoS for the FRUS series under Public Law No. 102-138.
b. Request authorization from the CIA, NSC, and any other non-DoD Agency not signatory to the Agreement for the State historians to have access to such non-DoD Agency classified information expected to be interfiled with the requested OSD records.
c. Obtain written verification from the DoS Diplomatic Security staff of all security clearances, including “Q” clearances.
d. Make all necessary arrangements for the State historians to access and review OSD files.
e. Make all necessary arrangements for the State historians to copy documents selected for use in their research.
(1) According to appendix F to this part, provide a staff member to supervise the copying and the copier to be used to copy the documents.
(2) Compile a list of the documents that were copied by the DoS.
f. Release all documents copied by the DoS for use in the FRUS still classified.
g. Submit to the respective Agency a list of CIA and NSC documents copied and released to the State historians.
h. Process requests from the DoS Historian's office for members of the Advisory Committee on Historical Diplomatic Documentation, who possess the appropriate security clearances, to have access to documents copied and used by the State historians to compile the FRUS series volumes or to the files that were reviewed to obtain the copied document. Make all necessary arrangements for the Committee to review any documents that are at the WNRC.
2. The DoS Historian shall:
a. Submit requests for access to OSD files to the OSD Records Administrator, 1155 Defense, Pentagon, Washington, DC 20301-1155. The request should list the names and security clearances for the historians doing the research and an explicit description, including the accession and box numbers, of the files being requested.
b. Submit requests for access for members of the Advisory Committee on Historical Diplomatic Documentation to documents copied by the State historians for the series or the files reviewed to obtain the documents to the OSD Records Administrator.
c. Request that the DoS Diplomatic Security staff verify all security clearances in writing to the Security Manager for the office of the OSD Records Administrator.
d. According to appendix F to this part, supply the toner cartridge, paper, and other supplies required to copy the documents.
e. Give all copies of the documents to the member of the office OSD Records Administrator's staff who is supervising the copying as the documents are copied.
f. Submit any DoD documents desired for use or pages of the manuscript containing DoD classified information to the Chief, Security Review, Executive Services Directorate, 1155, Defense, Pentagon, Washington, DC 20301-1155 for a declassification review prior to publication.