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Unauthorized Disclosure Resources

EO 13526 - Classified National Security Information (2009)
EO 12333 - United States intelligence activities, as amended (2008)
National Security Act of 1947, as amended
ODNI Instruction No. 2007-6
Title 18, U.S. Code (USC) - Crimes and Criminal Procedure
Title 50, U.S.C. - War and National Defense
Whistleblower Protection Act, Intelligence Community of 1998
WMD Commission Report

 

Classification Management Resources

EO 13526 - Classified National Security Information (2009)
ISOO Implementing Directive, 32 CFR Part 2001, Classified National Security Information; Final Rule (2010)
ICD 710 - Classification and Control Markings System (2009)
CAPCO Authorized Classification and Control Markings Register (Publically Releasable)(2008)
CAPCO Intelligence Community Classification and Control Markings Implementation Manual (2009)

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(U) Welcome to Security in the Intelligence Community (IC) - provides SCI-approved personnel with an introduction to fundamental security concepts and their personal responsibilities. It introduces basic concepts needed to protect classified activities, procedures, systems, and facilities.

AGILE Course Code: ONCIX-SSD-4008
Audience: People working within a SCI environment
Duration: 2.5 hours
Classification: UNCLASSIFIED
Pre-requisites: None
Updated: August 2016

This course is available on AGILE Course Code ONCIX-SSD-4008. Please visit https://www.agile.mil
 


(U) IC Security Today - provides SCI-approved personnel with a review basic concepts needed to protect classified activities, procedures, systems, and facilities, focusing on changes within security in a post-9/11 world. This course is useful as a refresher for security practitioners.

AGILE Course Code: ONCIX-SSD-4007
Audience: All SCI-approved personnel
Duration: 3 hours 20 minutes
Classification: UNCLASSIFIED
Pre-requisites: TS/SCI and an initial security SCI briefing
Updated: July 2016

This course is available on AGILE. Please visit https://www.agile.mil

 

Unauthorized Disclosure Training
 


(U) Unauthorized Disclosures of Classified Information - defines unauthorized disclosures, the damage that they can cause, common misconceptions related to the disclosure of classified information, and the responsibilities of IC employees related to unauthorized disclosures. This course is based on the requirements specified under ICD 701.

AGILE Course Code: ONCIX-SSD-4002
Audience: All SCI-approved personnel
Duration: 30 minutes
Classification: UNCLASSIFIED
Pre-requisites: TS/SCI
Updated: September 2011

This course is available on AGILE. Please visit https://www.agile.mil
 


(U) Unauthorized Disclosures of Classified Information - Supplement for Security Professionals - builds upon the concepts presented in Unauthorized Disclosures of Classified Information. It provides security professionals the tools to effectively respond to issues related to unauthorized disclosures. The security personnel’s reporting responsibilities and requirements under ICD 701 are also explored.

AGILE Course Code: ONCIX-SSD-4003
Audience: All SCI-approved personnel
Duration: 20 minutes
Classification: UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO
Pre-requisites: TS/SCI and must be a security professional
Updated: September 2011

 

This course is available on AGILE. Please visit https://www.agile.mil
 

(U) Application of Dissemination Controls: Originator Control (ORCON) - provides direction and guidance for the application and use of the originator control markings (ORCON) on classified material.

AGILE Course Code: ONCIX-SSD-4006
Audience: Federal government civilians, military personnel and government contractors with responsibility for security and marking classified information. Also may be used for newly assigned SCI-access personnel or for an annual refresher training.
Duration:  2.5 hours
Classification: UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO
Pre-requisites: None
Updated: August 2014

 

This course is available on AGILE. Please visit https://www.agile.mil

 


(U) Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) - Awareness provides introductory-level training on how performance risk functions (threats, vulnerabilities and consequences) affect the supply chain. This course is intended for personnel involved the acquisitions and logistics process as well as security officers and specialists.  

AGILE Course Code: ONCIX-SCD-1001
Audience: Security professionals and their managers
Duration: 2.5 hours
Classification: UNCLASSIFIED
Pre-requisites: None
Updated: September 2016

 

This course is available on AGILE. Please visit https://www.agile.mil

PERSONNEL SECURITY ADJUDICATIONS COURSE

 

PURPOSE:  This curriculum prepares security specialists to conduct adjudications of covered individuals to determine eligibility for initial or continued access to classified national security information or eligibility to hold a sensitive position in accordance with Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) 704 and Security Executive Agent Directive (SEAD) 4 guidelines. This program is also essential for security specialists from other security disciplines who need to better understand how their work directly supports national security eligibility determinations.

 

TARGET:  This course is designed for federal government, military, civilians, federal partners and government contractor personnel supporting TS/SCI adjudications, clearance granting and upgrades in support of ICD 704 and SEAD 4.

 

INSTRUCTION TYPE: Virtual Instructor-Led

 

LENGTH:  5 days 

COURSE:  UNCLASSIFIED

 

PREREQUISITES:  NONE

 

COST: NONE

 


SENSITIVE COMPARTMENTED INFORMATION SECURITY COURSE (SCIF)


PURPOSE:  This course will give you a better understanding of Intelligence Community (IC) physical security policies and prepare you to implement the requirements of the IC 705 series documents (ICD 705; ICS 705-1; ICS 705-2 and the ICD 705 Technical Specifications).The program also stresses the Life Cycle of a SCIF; design, construction, best practices and operations for a SCIF from cradle to grave and includes a security panel forum compromised of representatives from several IC elements Accreditation Offices. 

 

TARGET: This course is designed for federal government, military, civilians, federal partners and government contractor personnel performing physical planning and implementation of SCI and SAP facilities.

 

INSTRUCTION TYPE: Virtual Instructor-Led

 

LENGTH:  5 days 

COURSE: UNCLASSIFIED 

 

PREREQUISITES:  NONE

 

COST: NONE

 


SPECIAL SECURITY OFFICER COURSE (SSOC)


PURPOSE:  Security Professionals who are responsible for the day-to-day management and oversight of SCI indoctrinated personnel, SCI facilities, and/or SCI programs are encouraged to attend this training. During the course, attendees receive an overview of Personnel, Physical, and Information Security disciplines, practical exercises, and real life scenarios.


TARGET:  This course is designed for federal government, military, civilians, federal partners and government contractor personnel to build, strengthen and professionalize their security related responsibilities.

 

INSTRUCTION TYPE: Virtual Instructor-Led


LENGTH:  5 days

COURSE:  UNCLASSIFIED


PREREQUISITES:  NONE

 

COST: NONE

 

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Registration

 

To register, please visit https://bookeo.com/ncsctraining

 

In-person training is on hiatus until further notice.

 

Training is virtual instructor-led, 4 hours a day, 5 days a week starting at 8:00am or 1:00pm.

 

Virtual training is UNCLASSIFIED.

 

No prerequisites are required to attend.

 

There is no cost for training.

 

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Welcome to the National Counterintelligence and Security Center, Security Training Program (STP) page! Our mission is to provide you with the education and the resources that you need to protect our nation’s critical assets through Counterintelligence and Security Training.


Our courses teach compliance requirements for Intelligence Community Directives (ICDs), Intelligence Community Standards (ICS), Intelligence Community Policy Guidance (ICPMG), Intelligence Community Policy Memos (ICPMs), and Security Executive Agent Directives (SEADs) to provide you the information that is required/recommended to perform your job duties and gain counterintelligence and security knowledge allowing you to grow, develop, and lead.


There is no cost to attend our courses. However, your organization is responsible for transportation, lodging, and meals.


Bookmark this page to stay abreast of training-related mandates, activities, and resources you will need.

 

 

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Training for CI and Security Practitioners

 

 

Welcome to the National Counterintelligence and Security Center Training page!  Our mission is to provide you with the training and the resources that you need to protect our nation’s critical assets.  We can help you do this through:

  • Counterintelligence Training
  • Security Training
  • 
Insider Threat Training


Our courses teach NCSC compliance requirements, ODNI requirements, and will give you information that is required/recommended to perform your job duties, and gain counterintelligence, security, and insider threat skills, that will allow you to grow, develop, and lead.

 

To get started, bookmark this page to stay abreast of training-related mandates, activities, and resources you will need.  We encourage you to take advantage of the blended learning courses offered as well as our cutting-edge online training to help you become successful.

 

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