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Title 32Subtitle BChapter XXIVPart 2400


TITLE 32—National Defense

Subtitle B—OTHER REGULATIONS RELATING TO NATIONAL DEFENSE

CHAPTER XXIV—OFFICE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY

PART 2400—REGULATIONS TO IMPLEMENT E.O. 12356; OFFICE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY INFORMATION SECURITY PROGRAM

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§2400.1
Authority.
§2400.2
Purpose.
§2400.3
Applicability.
§2400.4
Atomic Energy Material.
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Subpart B—ORIGINAL CLASSIFICATION

§2400.5
Basic policy.
§2400.6
Classification levels.
§2400.7
Original classification authority.
§2400.8
Limitations on delegation of original classification authority.
§2400.9
Classification requirements.
§2400.10
Presumption of damage.
§2400.11
Duration of classification.
§2400.12
Identification and markings.
§2400.13
Limitations on classification.
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Subpart C—DERIVATIVE CLASSIFICATION

§2400.14
Use of derivative classification.
§2400.15
Classification guides.
§2400.16
Derivative classification markings.
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Subpart D—DECLASSIFICATION AND DOWNGRADING

§2400.17
Policy.
§2400.18
Declassification and downgrading authority.
§2400.19
Declassification by the Director of the Information Security Oversight Office.
§2400.20
Systematic review for declassification.
§2400.21
Mandatory review for declassification.
§2400.22
Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act requests.
§2400.23
Prohibition.
§2400.24
Downgrading.
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Subpart E—SAFEGUARDING

§2400.25
Access.
§2400.26
Access by historical researchers and former Presidential appointees.
§2400.27
Storage of classification information.
§2400.28
Dissemination of classified information.
§2400.29
Accountability and control.
§2400.30
Reproduction of classified information.
§2400.31
Destruction of classified information.
§2400.32
Transmittal of classified information.
§2400.33
Loss or possible compromise.
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Subpart F—FOREIGN GOVERNMENT INFORMATION

§2400.34
Classification.
§2400.35
Duration of classification.
§2400.36
Declassification.
§2400.37
Mandatory review.
§2400.38
Protection of foreign government information.
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Subpart G—SECURITY EDUCATION

§2400.39
Responsibility and objectives.
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Subpart H—OFFICE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY INFORMATION SECURITY PROGRAM MANAGEMENT

§2400.40
Responsibility.
§2400.41
Office Review Committee.
§2400.42
Security Officer.
§2400.43
Heads of offices.
§2400.44
Custodians.
§2400.45
Information Security Program Review.
§2400.46
Suggestions or complaints.


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