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Title 6Chapter IPart 7


TITLE 6—Domestic Security

CHAPTER I—DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

PART 7—CLASSIFIED NATIONAL SECURITY INFORMATION

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§7.1
Purpose.
§7.2
Scope.
§7.3
Definitions.

Subpart A—ADMINISTRATION

§7.10
Authority of the DHS Chief Security Officer.
§7.11
Components' responsibilities.
§7.12
Violations of classified information requirements.
§7.13
Judicial proceedings.
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Subpart B—CLASSIFIED INFORMATION

§7.20
Classification and declassification authority.
§7.21
Classification of information, limitations.
§7.22
Classification pending review.
§7.23
Emergency release of classified information.
§7.24
Duration of classification.
§7.25
Identification and markings.
§7.26
Derivative classification.
§7.27
Declassification and downgrading.
§7.28
Automatic declassification.
§7.29
National Declassification Center.
§7.30
Documents of permanent historical value.
§7.31
Classification challenges.
§7.32
Mandatory declassification review.

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