AP2.1.37. Information Security. The system of policies,
procedures, and requirements established under the authority of E.O. 12958 (reference
(e)) to protect information that, if subjected to unauthorized disclosure,
could reasonably be expected to cause damage to the national security.
AP2.1.38. Infraction. Any knowing, willful, or negligent
action contrary to the requirements of E.O. 12958 (reference
(e))or its implementing directives that does not comprise a "violation,"
as defined in paragraph AP2.1.69., below.
AP2.1.39. Integrity. The state that exists when
information is unchanged from its source and has not been accidentally or
intentionally modified, altered, or destroyed.
AP2.1.40. Intelligence Activity. An activity that an
Agency within the Intelligence Community is authorized to conduct under E.O.
AP2.1.41. Mandatory Declassification Review. Review for
declassification of classified information in response to a request for
declassification that meets the requirements under section 3.6 of E.O. 12958
AP2.1.42. Material. Any product or substance on or in
which information is embodied.
AP2.1.43. Multiple Sources. Two or more source documents,
classification guides, or a combination of both.
AP2.1.44. National Security. The national defense or
foreign relations of the United States.
AP2.1.45. Need-To-Know. A determination made by an
authorized holder of classified information that a prospective recipient
requires access to specific classified information in order to perform or
assist in a lawful and authorized governmental function.
AP2.1.46. Network. A system of two or more computers that
can exchange data or information.
AP2.1.47. Nickname. A nickname is a combination of two
separate unclassified words that is assigned an unclassified meaning and is
employed only for unclassified administrative, morale, or public information
AP2.1.48. Original Classification. An initial
determination that information requires, in the interest of national security,
protection against unauthorized disclosure.
AP2.1.49. Original Classification Authority. An
individual authorized in writing, either by the President, or by Agency Heads
or other officials designated by the President, to originally classify
AP2.1.50. Permanent Historical Value. Those records that
have been identified in an Agency records schedule as being permanently
AP2.1.51. Prospective Special Access Program (P-SAP). A
DoD program or activity for which enhanced security measures have been
proposed and approved to facilitate security protections prior to establishing
the effort as a DoD SAP.
AP2.1.52. Protective Security Service. A transportation
protective Service provided by a cleared commercial carrier qualified by the
Military Traffic Management Command (MTMC) to transport SECRET shipments. The
carrier must provide continuous attendance and surveillance of the shipment by
qualified carrier representatives and maintain a signature and tally record.
In the case of air movement, however, observation of the shipment is not
required during the period it is stored in the carrier's aircraft in
connection with flight, provided the shipment is loaded into a compartment
that is not accessible to an unauthorized person aboard. Conversely, if the
shipment is loaded into a compartment of the aircraft that is accessible to an