AP188.8.131.52.2. Portions of the document that contain DoD
UCNI shall be marked with "(DoD UCNI)" at the beginning of the
AP184.108.40.206. Classified documents and material containing DoD
UCNI shall be marked in accordance with Chapter 5, except that:
AP220.127.116.11.1. Pages with no classified information but
containing DoD UCNI shall be marked "DoD Unclassified Controlled Nuclear
Information" at the top and bottom.
AP18.104.22.168.2. Portions of the document that contain DoD
UCNI shall be marked with "(DoD UCNI)" at the beginning of the portion
-- in addition to the classification marking, where
AP22.214.171.124. Material other than paper documents (for example,
slides, computer media, films, etc.) shall bear markings that alert the
holder or viewer that the material contains DoD UCNI.
AP126.96.36.199. Documents and material containing DoD UCNI and
transmitted outside the Department of Defense must bear an expanded
marking on the face of the document so that non-DoD holders understand the
status of the information. A statement similar to this one should be
"DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
UNCLASSIFIED CONTROLLED NUCLEAR
EXEMPT FROM MANDATORY DISCLOSURE
(5. U.S.C. 552 (b)(3),
as authorized by 10 U.S.C. 128)"
AP188.8.131.52. Transmittal documents that have DoD UCNI
attachments shall bear a statement: "The attached document contains DoD
Unclassified Controlled Nuclear Information (DoD UCNI)."
AP3.5.3. Access to DoD UCNI. Access to DoD UCNI shall
be granted only to persons who have a valid need-to-know for the information
and are specifically eligible for access under the provisions of DoD
Directive 5210.83 (reference
(bb)), "Department of Defense Unclassified Controlled Nuclear
Information (DoD UCNI)."
AP3.5.4. Protection of DoD UCNI
may be stored in
unlocked containers, desks or cabinets if Government or
Government-contract building security is provided, or in locked buildings,
rooms, desks, file cabinets, bookcases, or similar items.
AP184.108.40.206. During working hours, reasonable steps should be
taken to minimize risk of access by unauthorized personnel. After working
hours, DoD UCNI
AP220.127.116.11. DoD UCNI may be transmitted by first-class mail
in a single, opaque envelope or wrapping. Except in emergencies,
electronic transmission of DoD UCNI shall be over approved secure
AP18.104.22.168. Record copies of DoD UCNI documents shall be
disposed of in accordance with the Federal Records Act (44 U.S.C. 33) (reference
(p)) and Component records management directives. Non-record DoD UCNI
documents may be destroyed by shredding or tearing into pieces and
discarding the pieces in regular trash