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AUTHORITY: E.O. 11932 (41 FR 32691), E.O. 11652 (37 FR 5209, National Security Council Directive of May 17, 1972 (37 FR 10053).

SOURCE: 42 FR 46516, Sept. 16, 1977; 42 FR 57687, Nov. 4, 1977, unless otherwise noted.

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or both, are to be held in confidence; or (2) Information produced by the United States pursuant to or as a result of a joint arrangement with a foreign government or governments or an international organization of governments, or any element thereof, requiring that the information, the arrangement, or both, are to be held in confidence.

National security. The national defense or foreign relations of the United States.

Confidential source. Any individual or organization that has provided, or that may reasonably be expected to provide, information to the United States on matters pertaining to the national security with the expectation, expressed or implied, that the information or relationship, or both, be held in confidence.

Classification guide. A document issued by an authorized original classifier that prescribes the level of classification and appropriate declassification instructions for specified information to be classified derivatively.

Derivative classification. A determination that information is in substance the same as information currently classified, together with the designation of the level of classification.

Special access program. Any program imposing "need-to-know" or access controls beyond those normally provided for access to Confidential, Secret, or Top Secret information. Such a program may include, but is not limited to, special clearance, adjudication, or investigative requirements, special designations of officials authorized to determine “need-to-know," or special lists of persons determined to have a "need-to-know." It does not include special captions such as NODIS, LIMDIS.

Intelligence activity. An activity that an agency within the Intelligence Community is authorized to conduct pursuant to the Order.

Unauthorized disclosure. A communication or physical transfer of classified information to an unauthorized recipient.

$ 9a.1 Security of certain information

and material related to the Inter

national Energy Program. These regulations implement Executive Order 11932 dated August 4, 1976 (41 FR 32691, August 5, 1976) entitled “Classification of Certain Information and Material Obtained from Advisory Bodies Created to Implement the International Energy Program." $ 9a.2 General policy.

(a) The United States has entered into the Agreement

International Energy Program of November 18, 1974, which created the International Energy Agency (IEA). This program is a substantial factor in the conduct of our foreign relations and an important element of our national security. The effectiveness of the Agreement depends significantly upon the provision and exchange of information and material by participants in advisory bodies created by the IEA. Confidentiality is essential to assure the free and open discussion necessary to accomplish the tasks assigned to those bodies.

(b) These regulations establish procedures for the classification, declassification, storage, access, and dissemination of certain information related to the International Energy Program. $99.3 Scope.

These regulations apply to all information and material classified by the United States under the provisions of E.O. 11932, dated August 4, 1976 entitled “Classification of Certain Information and Material Obtained From Advisory Bodies Created To Implement The International Energy Program.” $ 9a.4 Classification.

(a) Section 1 of E.O. 11932, August 4, 1976 directs that information and material obtained pursuant to the International Energy Program and which requires protection against unauthorized disclosure in the interest of the national defense or foreign relations of

PART 90-SECURITY INFORMATION

REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO CERTAIN INTERNATIONAL ENERGY PROGRAMS: RELATED MATERIAL

Sec. 9a.1 Security of certain information and

material related to the International En

ergy Program. 9a.2 General policy. 9a.3 Scope. 9a.4 Classification. 9a.5 Declassification and downgrading. 9a.6 Marking. 9a.7 Access. 9a.8 Physical protection.

Under Executive Order 11932
Exempt from General Declassification

Schedule of E.O. 11652 Exemption Category

section 5B (2), (3), or (4); or E.O. 11932 Automatically Declassified on (effective date or event if any) Exemption category "E.O. 11932" shall be used for information and material obtained by the United States on e understanding that it be kept in confidence and classified under E.O. 11932.

(b) If the information or material does not qualify for exemption from the General Declassification Schedule, ordinary stamps and marking may be used.

the United States shall be classified pursuant to Executive Order 11652.

(b) Information and material, including transcripts, records, and communications, in the possession of the United States Government which has been obtained pursuant to (1) section 252(C)(3), (d)(2) or (e)(3) of the Energy Policy and Conservation Act (89 Stat. 871, 42 U.S.C. 6272(c)(3), (d)(2), (e)(3)), or (2) The Voluntary Agreement and Program Relating to the International Energy Program (40 FR 16041, April 8, 1975), or (3) the Voluntary Agreement and Plan of Action to Implement the International Energy Program (41 FR 13998, April 1, 1976), or (4) Any similar Voluntary Agreement and Program entered into under the Energy Policy and Conservation Act shall be reviewed by an officer of the Department of State with classifying authority for the purpose of determining whether such information or material should be classified pursuant to E.O. 11652. If the officer determines that the information or material warrants classification, he shall assign it the appropriate classification. Such information or material may be exempted from the General Declassification Schedule established by section 5 of Executive Order No. 11652 if it was obtained by the United States on the understanding that it be kept in confidence, or if it might otherwise be exempted under section 5(B) of such Order.

(c) In classifying such information or material, officers of the Department of State shall follow the standards E.O. 11652 and the provisions of 22 CFR 9.5 through 9.8. $ 9a.5 Declassification and down

grading. The provisions of E.O. 11652, 22 CFR 9.9 through 9.15, and 9a.4(b) shall govern declassification and downgrading of such information or material.

$ 9a.7 Access.

(a) Except as set forth in this section, access to information or material classified under the provisions of these regulations shall be governed by the provisions of 22 CFR 9.20 through 9.25.

(b) Classified information and material which was created by or in connection with an advisory body to the IEA may be made available to participants in such advisory body and their colleagues in accordance with the following subsections.

(c) Such information and material classified “Confidential” may be made available for review to participants in the meeting of the advisory body in which it was developed or discussed. Where participants are acting as representatives of companies or of the IEA Secretariat, such information and material may be made available for review to employees or other representatives of, or counsel for, such companies or Secretariat: Provided, That such person is determined by an appropriate officer of the Department to be trustworthy and to have a need for access to the particular classified information sought in connection with the performance of duties in furtherance of the purposes of the IEA, including the furnishing of legal advice to such participants.

(d) Such information and material classified “Confidential” may be left in the custody of such participants or other persons who may review it for reasonable period of time: Provided, That an appropriate officer of the Department determines that it will be protected from unauthorized disclosure

$ 9a.6 Marking.

(a) The provisions of 22 CFR 9.15 through 9.19 shall govern the marking of information or material classified under the provisions of these regulations, except that the following stamp shall be used as appropriate: (Top Secret, Secret or Confidential) Classified by:

by adequate security safeguards. Such information or material may not be reproduced by those permitted to review it pursuant to this section without the written consent of an officer of the Department with classifying authority.

(e) Such information and material classified other than “Confidential" under E.O. 11652 may be made available for review only to participants in the meeting in which it was developed or discussed; it must be reviewed in the presence of an official of the United States Government with an appropriate security clearance granted by the Department, and may not be left in the custody of such participants.

8 9a.8 Physical protection.

Except as provided in 8 9a.7, the physical protection of information or material classified under this regulation shall be governed by the appropriate provisions of 22 CFR 9.45 through 9.49.

PART 9b-REGULATIONS GOV

ERNING DEPARTMENT OF STATE
PRESS BUILDING PASSES

(b) Media correspondents holding valid Department of State press building passes:

(1) May enter and have access 24 hours a day, during regular working hours, outside regular working hours, on weekends and on holidays, without an appointment, to the reception area of the Diplomatic Lobby, C Street Mezzanine area, press booths (Room 2310), press briefing room (Room 2118), and when in operation, the Office of Press Relations (Room 2109).

(2) May enter and have access without an appointment, on the basement level or on the first and second floors, to the cafeteria, post office, banks, concessionaries, barber shop, dry cleaners and the Foreign Affairs Recreation Association offices for the purposes for which they are established and when they are in operation.

(3) May not escort non-passholders into the Department of State building.

(c) Media correspondents, with or without a Department of State press building pass, may enter areas above the second floor of the Main State building only if the correspondent is invited by a Department employee to attend a specific social or official function in an office located above the second floor. Permission to enter areas above the second floor is strictly limited to direct passage to and from the appointment location of the Department of State employee, or the office or reception room where the function takes place.

(d) Possession of State Department press building pass does not confer access to or other privileges at other Federal buildings. It is not to be construed as official United States Government recognition, approval or accreditation of a correspondent. [54 FR 1686, Jan. 17, 1989) $96.2 Press correspondents employed

by United States media organiza

tions. In order to obtain a Department of State press building pass, press correspondents employed by United States media organizations must:

(a) Present to the Office of Press Relations, Department of State, a letter from his or her organization stating:

Sec. 9b.1 Press access to the Department of

State. 95.2 Press correspondents employed by

United States media organizations. 9b.3 Press correspondents employed by for

eign media organizations. 9b.4 Department of State building press

pass for technical crews. 9b.5 Temporary Department of State press

building passes. 9b.6 Grounds for denial, revocation, or non

renewal of Department of State press

building passes. 9b.7 Procedures for denial, revocation, or

non-renewal of Department of State

press building passes. 9b.8 Term and renewal of Department of

State press building passes. AUTHORITY: 22 U.S.C. 2658.

SOURCE: 49 FR 4465, Feb. 7, 1984, unless otherwise noted.

8 9b.1 Press access to the Department

of State. (a) Media correspondents without valid Department of State press building passes shall have access to the Main State building identical to that enjoyed by members of the public.

(1) That the applicant is a bona fide, full-time media correspondent based permanently and residing in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area;

(2) That the applicant is employed by the certifying organization;

(3) That the organization and the applicant have regular and substantial assignments in connection with the Department of State as evidence by regular attendance at the daily press briefings.

(b) Submit to the Office of Press Relations, Department of State, Washington, DC 20520, a signed application and FORM DSP-97 for a press building pass. Applicants must comply with instructions contained in paragraphs 1 and 6 of FORM DSP-97 regarding fingerprinting and prior arrests. FORM DSP-97 requires the following information:

(1) Name;

(2) Affiliation with news media organizations;

(3) Date of birth;
(4) Place of birth;
(5) Sex;
(6) Citizenship;

(7) Social Security or passport number;

(8) Marital status; (9) Spouse name;

(10) Office address and telephone number;

(11) Length of employment;

(12) Home address and telephone number; and

(13) Length of residence. (49 FR 4465, Feb. 7, 1984, as amended at 54 FR 1686, Jan. 17, 1989)

(3) That the organization and the applicant have regular and substantial assignments in connection with the Department of State as evidence by regular attendance at the daily press briefings.

(b) A letter from the Washington, DC Embassy of the nation where the organization is headquartered or from the Embassy of the United States in the nation

where the organization is headquartered attesting to the existence of the news organization and the applicant's employment by that organization. The Director of the Office of Press Relations may accept a letter from another source attesting to the existence of such news organizations and the applicant's employment if, in his or her judgment, a substitute letter is warranted.

(c) Submit to the Office of Press Relations, Department of State, Washington, DC 20520 a signed application and FORM DSP-97 for a press building pass. Applicants must comply with instructions contained in paragraphs 1 and 6 of FROM DSP-97 regarding fingerprinting and prior arrests. FORM DSP-97 requires the following information:

(1) Name;

(2) Affiliation with news media organizations;

(3) Date of birth;
(4) Place of birth;
(5) Sex;
(6) Citizenship;

(7) Social Security or passport number;

(8) Marital status; (9) Spouse name;

(10) Office address and telephone number;

(11) Length of employment;

(12) Home address and telephone number; and

(13) Length of residence.

(49 FR 4465, Feb. 7, 1984, as amended at 54 FR 1687, Jan. 17, 1989)

§ 9b.3 Press correspondents employed

by foreign media organizations. In order to obtain a Department of State press building pass, correspondents employed by foreign media organizations must:

(a) Present to the Office of Press Relations, Department of State, Washington, DC 20520 a letter from his or her organization stating:

(1) That the applicant is a bona fide, full-time media correspondent based permanently and residing in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area:

(2) That the applicant is employed by the certifying organization;

$ 9b.4 Department of State building

press pass for technical crews. Department of State press building passes are issued to members of television and radio technical crews who provide technical support on a daily basis for media correspondents assigned to the Department of State.

Members of technical crews who do not tion by the Office of Press Relations possess press passes, but who provide following a period of three (3) months. technical support for media cor

[49 FR 4465, Feb. 7, 1984, as amended at 54 FR respondents assigned to the Depart

1687, Jan. 15, 1989) ment of State, may apply to the Office of Press Relations for a visitor's pass 8 9b.7 Procedures for denial, revocavalid for one day.

tion, or non-renewal of Department

of State press building passes. (54 FR 1687, Jan. 17, 1989)

(a) If the Director of the Office of 8 9b.5 Temporary Department of State Press Relations, Department of State, press building passes.

anticipates, after consultation with the A media correspondent or technician

Office of the Legal Adviser, that in apwho meets all the qualifications stated

plying the standard set forth in $95.6 a in $89b.2(a)(1) and 9b.2(a)(2) or $8 9b.3(a)

Department of State press building and 9b.3(b), but does not have regular

pass might be denied, revoked or not and substantial assignments in connec

renewed, the media correspondent or tion with the Department of State may

technician will be notified in writing make arrangements with the Office of

by the Director of the basis for the proPress Relations for the issuance of a

posed denial in as much detail as the visitor's pass valid for one day.

security of any confidential source of

information will permit. This notifica(54 FR 1687, Jan. 17, 1989)

tion will be sent by registered mail.

(b) The notification of the proposed $ 9b.6 Grounds for denial, revocation,

denial, revocation or non-renewal sent or non-renewal of Department of State press building passes.

to the correspondent will also contain

a statement advising the correspondent In consultation with the Bureau of

of his or her right to respond to the Diplomatic Security and the Office of

proposed denial and to rebut any facthe Legal Adviser, the Director of the tual basis supporting the proposed deOffice of Press Relations of the Depart- nial. ment of State, may deny, revoke, or (c) The correspondent shall be alnot renew the Department of State lowed thirty (30) days from the date of press building pass of any media cor- the mailing of the proposed denial, revrespondent or technician who:

ocation or non-renewal notification to (a) Does not meet the qualifications respond in writing. The response shall stated in 88 9b.2(a)(1), 9b.2(a)(2) and consist of any explanation or rebuttal 9b.2(a)(3) or $$ 9b.3(a)(1), 9b.3(a)(2), deemed appropriate by the cor9b.3(a)(3) and 9b.3(b). (Upon denial, rev- respondent and will be signed by the ocation, non-renewal the cor- correspondent under oath or affirmarespondent or technician may not re- tion. apply for a period of one year unless (d) If the correspondent is unable to there are material changes in meeting prepare a response within 30 days, an the qualifications.) or,

extension for one additional 30-day pe(b) Poses a risk of harm to the per- riod will be granted upon receipt of the sonal safety of Department of State or correspondent's written request for other Governmental personnel or to such an extension. Government property; or

(e) At the time of the filing of the (c) Engages or engaged in conduct media correspondent's or technician's which there are reasonable grounds to written response to the notification of believe might violate federal or state the proposed denial, revocation or nonlaw or Department of State regula- renewal, the correspondent or technitions.

cian may request, and will be granted, (d) Has been convicted of a felony (or the opportunity to make a personal apa crime in a foreign country that would pearance before the Director of the Ofbe considered a felony if it were com- fice of Press Relations, Department of mitted in the United States).

State, for the purpose of personally (e) Fails to claim an approved au- supporting his/her eligibility for a thorization form for a State Depart- press pass and to rebut or explain the ment press building pass after notifica- factual basis for the proposed denial.

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