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TITLE 10—Energy

CHAPTER X—DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY (GENERAL PROVISIONS)

PART 1044—SECURITY REQUIREMENTS FOR PROTECTED DISCLOSURES UNDER SECTION 3164 OF THE NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000

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§1044.01
What are the purpose and scope of this part?
§1044.02
Who must follow the requirements contained in this part?
§1044.03
What definitions apply to this part?
§1044.04
What is a protected disclosure?
§1044.05
What is the effect of a disclosure qualifying as a “protected disclosure”?
§1044.06
Who may receive a protected disclosure?
§1044.07
How can you find out if a particular person is authorized to receive a protected disclosure?
§1044.08
Do you have to submit the documents for classification review before you give them to someone?
§1044.09
What do you do if you plan to disclose classified or unclassified controlled nuclear information orally rather than by providing copies of documents?
§1044.10
Will your identity be protected?
§1044.11
How do you protect the information that you want to disclose?
§1044.12
What procedures can you invoke if you believe you have been discharged, demoted, or otherwise discriminated against as a reprisal for making a protected disclosure?


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