C18.104.22.168. Confidential. Records shall be maintained
for the receipt and external dispatch of Confidential foreign government
information. Other records need not be maintained for foreign government
Confidential information unless required by the originating government.
Records shall be maintained for 2 years.
C6.6.3. Foreign Government Restricted Information and
Information Provided in Confidence. In order to ensure the protection of
other foreign government information provided in confidence (e.g., foreign
government "Restricted," or foreign government unclassified information
provided in confidence), such information must be classified under E.O.
(e)). The receiving DoD Component shall provide a degree of protection
to the foreign government information at least equivalent to that required
by the foreign government or international organization that provided the
information. If the foreign protection requirement is lower than the
protection required for U.S. CONFIDENTIAL information, the information shall
be marked as described in section
C5.7. of Chapter 5 of this
Regulation and the following requirements shall be met:
C22.214.171.124. The information shall be provided only to those
individuals who have an established need-to-know, and where access is
required by official duties
C126.96.36.199. Individuals given access shall be notified of
applicable handling instructions. This may be accomplished by a briefing,
written instructions, or by applying specific handling requirements to an
approved cover sheet.
C188.8.131.52. Documents shall be stored so as to prevent
unauthorized access (e.g., a locked desk or cabinet or a locked room to
which access is controlled).
C6.6.4. Third-Country Transfers. The release or
disclosure of foreign government information to any third-country requires
the prior written consent of the originating government.
C6.6.5. Storage. To the extent practical, foreign
government information should be stored separately from other information to
facilitate its control. To avoid additional costs, separate storage may be
accomplished by methods such as using separate drawers in the same container
as other information or, for small amounts, the use of separate file folders
in the same drawer.