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Title 10Chapter IIIPart 709


TITLE 10—Energy

CHAPTER III—DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

PART 709—COUNTERINTELLIGENCE EVALUATION PROGRAM

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§709.1
Purpose.
§709.2
Definitions.
§709.3
Covered persons subject to a CI evaluation and polygraph.
§709.4
Notification of a CI evaluation.
§709.5
Waiver of polygraph examination requirements.
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Subpart B—CI EVALUATION PROTOCOLS AND PROTECTION OF NATIONAL SECURITY

§709.10
Scope of a counterintelligence evaluation.
§709.11
Topics within the scope of a polygraph examination.
§709.12
Defining polygraph examination questions.
§709.13
Implications of refusal to take a polygraph examination.
§709.14
Consequences of a refusal to complete a CI evaluation including a polygraph examination.
§709.15
Processing counterintelligence evaluation results.
§709.16
Application of Counterintelligence Evaluation Review Boards in reaching conclusions regarding CI evaluations.
§709.17
Final disposition of CI evaluation findings and recommendations.
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Subpart C—SAFEGUARDING PRIVACY AND EMPLOYEE RIGHTS

§709.21
Requirements for notification of a polygraph examination.
§709.22
Right to counsel or other representation.
§709.23
Obtaining consent to a polygraph examination.
§709.24
Other information provided to a covered person prior to a polygraph examination.
§709.25
Limits on use of polygraph examination results that reflect “Significant Response” or “No Opinion”.
§709.26
Protection of confidentiality of CI evaluation records to include polygraph examination records and other pertinent documentation.
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Subpart D—POLYGRAPH EXAMINATION AND EXAMINER STANDARDS

§709.31
DOE standards for polygraph examiners and polygraph examinations.
§709.32
Training requirements for polygraph examiners.


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