AP2.1.53 - AP2.1.70
AP2.1.53. Regrade. To raise or lower the classification
assigned to an item of information.
AP2.1.54. Restricted Data. All data concerning the:
AP126.96.36.199. Design, manufacture or utilization of atomic
AP188.8.131.52. Production of special nuclear material; or
AP184.108.40.206. Use of special nuclear material in the production
of energy, but shall not include data declassified or removed from the
Restricted Data category under Section 142 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954
(o)), as amended.
AP2.1.55. Safeguarding. Measures and controls that are
prescribed to protect classified information.
AP2.1.56. Security Clearance. A determination that a
person is eligible under the standards of DoD 5200.2-R (reference (ss)) for access to
AP2.1.57. Security In-Depth. A determination by the
Senior Agency Official that a facility's security program consists of layered
and complementary security controls sufficient to deter and detect
unauthorized entry and movement within the facility. Examples include, but are
not limited to use of perimeter fences, employee and visitor access controls,
use of an Intrusion Detection System, random guard patrols throughout the
facility during non-working hours, closed circuit video monitoring or other
safeguards that mitigate the vulnerability of unalarmed storage areas and
security storage cabinets during non-working hours.
AP2.1.58. Self-Inspection. The internal review and
evaluation of individual Agency activities and the Agency as a whole with
respect to the implementation of the program established under E.O. 12958 (reference
(e)) and its implementing directives.
AP2.1.59. Senior Agency Official. An official appointed
by the Secretary of Defense, Secretary of the Army, Secretary of the Navy, or
Secretary of the Air Force under the provisions of Section 5.6(c) of E.O.
AP2.1.60. Senior Official. An official appointed by the
Head of a DoD Component to be responsible for direction and administration of
the Information Security Program. (NOTE: In the Departments of Defense, Army,
Navy, and Air Force, this official will also be the "Senior Agency Official,"
as defined above.)
AP2.1.61. Sensitive Compartmented Information. Classified
information concerning or derived from intelligence sources, methods, or
analytical processes, that is required to be handled within formal access
control systems established by the Director of Central Intelligence.
AP2.1.62. Special Access Program (SAP). Any DoD program
or activity (as authorized in E.O. 12958) (reference
(e)), employing enhanced security measures (e.g., safeguarding, access
requirements, etc.) exceeding those normally required for collateral
information at the same level of classification shall be established,
approved, and managed as a DoD SAP.
AP2.1.63. Special Activity. An activity, or functions in
support of such activity, conducted in support of national foreign policy
objectives abroad that is planned and executed so that the role of the U.S.
Government is neither apparent nor acknowledged publicly; but that is not
intended to influence U.S. political processes, public opinion, policies, or
media, and does not include diplomatic activities or the collection and
production of intelligence or related support functions.
AP2.1.64. Systematic Declassification Review. The review
for declassification of classified information contained in records that have
been determined by the Archivist of the United States ("Archivist") to have
permanent historical value in accordance with Chapter 33 of title 44, United
States Code (reference
(p)), and is exempted from the automatic declassification provisions of section
C4.3. of Chapter 4 of this Regulation.
AP2.1.65. Telecommunications. The preparation,
transmission, or communication of information by electronic means.
AP2.1.66. Unacknowledged Special Access Program. A SAP,
the existence of which is not acknowledged, affirmed, or made known to any
person not authorized for access.
AP2.1.67. Unauthorized Disclosure. A communication or
physical transfer of classified information to an unauthorized recipient.
AP2.1.68. Upgrade. To raise the classification of an item
of information from one level to a higher one.
AP220.127.116.11. Any knowing, willful, or negligent action that
could reasonably be expected to result in an unauthorized disclosure of
AP18.104.22.168. Any knowing, willful, or negligent action to
classify or continue the classification of information contrary to the
requirements of E.O. 12958 (reference
(e)) or its implementing directives;
AP22.214.171.124. Any knowing, willful, or negligent action to
create or continue a special access program contrary to the requirements of
AP2.1.70. Waived Special Access Program. A SAP for which
the Secretary of Defense has waived applicable reporting requirements of
Section 119 of title 10, U.S.C. (reference
(i)), is identified as a "Waived SAP" and therefore has more restrictive
reporting and access controls.