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a. the IC's mission and what the IC does to accomplish it (including its structure and effectiveness);
b. the laws, directives, authorities, and policies that govern the IC's activities; and
c. the compliance and oversight framework that ensures intelligence activities are conducted in accordance with applicable rules.
a. provide timely transparency on matters of public interest;
b. prepare information with sufficient clarity and context, so that it is readily understandable;
c. make information accessible to the public through a range of communications channels, such as those enabled by new technology;
d. engage with stakeholders to better explain information and to understand diverse perspectives; and
e. in appropriate circumstances, describe why information cannot be made public.
a. classify only that information which, if disclosed without authorization, could be expected to cause identifiable or describable damage
to the national security;
b. never classify information to conceal violations of law, inefficiency, or administrative error, or to prevent embarrassment;
c. distinguish, through portion marking and similar means, classified and unclassified information; and
d. consider the public interest to the maximum extent feasible when making classification determinations, while continuing to protect
information as necessary to maintain intelligence effectiveness, protect the safety of those who work for or with the IC, or otherwise
protect national security.
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