AP184.108.40.206. The requirements of the Information Security
Program apply only to information that requires protection to prevent
damage to the national security and has been classified in accordance with
E.O. 12958 (reference
(e)) or its predecessors. There are other types of information that
require application of controls and protective measures for a variety of
reasons. This information is known as "unclassified controlled
information." Since classified information and unclassified controlled
information exist side-by-side in the work environments -- often in the
same documents -- this Appendix is provided as an attempt to avoid
confusion and promote proper handling. It covers several types of
unclassified controlled information, and provides basic information about
the nature of this information and the procedures for identifying and
controlling it. In some cases, the Appendix refers to other DoD Directives
that provide more detailed guidance.
AP220.127.116.11. The types of information covered in this Appendix
include "For Official Use Only" information, "Sensitive But Unclassified"
(formerly "Limited Official Use") information, "DEA Sensitive
Information," "DoD Unclassified Controlled Nuclear Information,"
"Sensitive Information," as defined in the Computer Security Act of 1987
(j)), and information contained in technical