Contract Expiration Date:
Number of SCI Positions Authorized: 15
a. The Contract Monitor for this contract is Denise Trapp, NAIC/GTA,
b. The contractor shall maintain accountability for all intelligence released in his/her custody, produced and held for the duration of the contract or any other binding agreement; and to permit identification of all persons who have had access to intelligence in their custody.
c. The contractor shall not reproduce intelligence without the written permission of the releasing agency. If permission is granted, each copy is controlled in the same manner as the original.
d. The contractor shall not destroy any intelligence without advance approval of the releasing agency. However, the contractor is authorized to destroy working papers without advance approval at task completion or contract termination, which ever occurs first, per DOD 5220.22-M instructions. Destruction reports must be forwarded to the Contract Monitor upon completion of any/all destruction.
e. The contractor shall restrict access to only those individuals who possess the required security clearances and who are actually providing services under the contract. Further dissemination to other contractors, sub-contractors, other government agencies, and private individuals or organizations are prohibited unless authorized in writing by the releasing agency.
f. The contractor shall not release intelligence material to foreign nationals or immigrant aliens whether or not they are also consultants, US contractors, of employees of the contractor, and regardless of the level of their security clearance, except with advance written permission from the originator and contract monitor.
g. The contractor shall ensure that each employee having access to intelligence material is fully aware of the special security requirements for this material and maintain records in a manner that permits the contractor to furnish on demand, the names of individuals who have had access to the material in their custody.
h. Upon completion or termination of the contract, or sooner, the contractor shall return all intelligence (furnished or generated), unless the Contract Monitor authorizes retention or destruction in writing.
i. Classification and declassification markings of documentation produced by the contractor will be consistent with that applied to the information or documentation from which the new document was prepared. If a compilation of information or completed analysis appears to require a security classification other than that indicated by the source documentation, the contractor shall tentatively assign a security classification and request instructions from the Contract Monitor (DD Form 254, item 12B). Pending final determination, the material will be safeguarded as required for its assigned or proposed classification, whichever is higher, until the classification is changed or otherwise verified by the Contract Monitor.
j. All Sensitive Compartmental Information (SCI) shall be handled in accordance with specific security requirements which will be furnished by the Cognizant Security Authority (CSA) or the User Agency/Supporting Special Security Officer (SSO).
k. SCI shall not be released to contractor employees without specific release approval by the originator of the material as outlined in governing directives; based on prior approval and certification of "need-to-know" by the designated Contract Monitor.
l. Names of contractor personnel requiring access to SCI shall be submitted to the Contract Monitor for approval. Upon receipt of written approval from the contract monitor, the company security officer shall submit request(s) for single scope background investigations.
m. Inquiries pertaining to classification guidance on SCI shall be directed to the designated Contract Monitor.
n. SCI furnished in support of this contract shall remain the property of the DOD Department, agency or command that released it. Upon completion or cancellation of this contract, SCI furnished to the contractor shall be returned to NAIC/MSIQ-3, 4180 Watson Way, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 45433.
o. An SCI facility, meeting the security requirements for storage of SCI must be established and maintained by the contractor. SCI shall be stored and maintained only in such properly accredited facilities.
p. Computer Security. The processing of SCI on computer equipment shall be in compliance with DIAM 50-4. Authority to process SCI on computer equipment shall be granted by the office having responsibility for the SCI facility. DIAM 50-4, Vol. II, contains policy and procedures on security of compartmented computer operations. For assistance, contact the NAIC Information Security Office (NAIC/SOI, 4180 Watson Way, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 45433).
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