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IMPLEMENTATION OF SECURITY EXECUTIVE AGENT DIRECTIVE 3, REPORTING REQUIREMENTS FOR PERSONNEL WITH ACCESS TO CLASSIFIED INFORMATION OR WHO HOLD A SENSITIVE POSITION


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ROUTINE 
R 261856Z SEP 22 MID200080253650U 
FM SECNAV WASHINGTON DC 
TO ALNAV 
INFO SECNAV WASHINGTON DC 
CNO WASHINGTON DC 
CMC WASHINGTON DC 
BT 
UNCLAS 
 
ALNAV 065/22 
 
MSGID/GENADMIN/SECNAV WASHINGTON DC/-/SEP// 
 
SUBJ/IMPLEMENTATION OF SECURITY EXECUTIVE AGENT DIRECTIVE 3, REPORTING 
REQUIREMENTS FOR PERSONNEL WITH ACCESS TO CLASSIFIED INFORMATION OR WHO HOLD 
A SENSITIVE POSITION// 
 
POC/SANTOMOURO/STEVEN/GS-15/DUSN SECURITY/EMAIL: DON_SECURITY_PERS 
_US(AT)NAVY.MIL/TEL: (202)578-6892// 
 
REF/A/DOC/ODNI//12 Jun 17// 
REF/B/DOC/UNSECDEF/I&S//2 Nov 20// 
REF/C/DOC/SECNAV/24 Jan 20// 
REF/D/DOC//UNSECDEF/I&S//14 Sep 20// 
 
NARR/ REF A IS SECURITY EXECUTIVE AGENT DIRECTIVE (SEAD) 3, REPORTING 
REQUIREMENTS FOR PERSONNEL WITH ACCESS TO CLASSIFIED INFORMATION OR WHO HOLD 
A SENSITIVE POSITION.   
REF B IS THE UNDER SECRETARY OF DEFENSE FOR (INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY) 
IMPLEMENTATION OF SECURITY EXECUTIVE AGENT DIRECTIVE 3, REPORTING 
REQUIREMENTS FOR PERSONNEL WITH ACCESS TO CLASSIFIED INFORMATION OR WHO HOLD 
A SENSITIVE POSITION.   
REF C IS SECNAVINST 5510.30C, DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY PERSONNEL SECURITY 
PROGRAM.   
REF D is the DODM 5105.21, SENSITIVE COMPARTMENTED INFORMATION ADMINISTRATIVE 
SECURITY MANUAL// 
 
RMKS/1.  This ALNAV implements references (a) and (b) for all military and 
civilian personnel affiliated with the Department of the Navy.  Reference (a) 
defines "covered individuals" and establishes reporting requirements for all 
covered individuals who have access to classified information or hold a 
sensitive position; reference (b) expands these requirements by adding 
Department of Defense-specific categories of reportable information.   
Reference (b) does not apply to contractors operating under the National 
Industrial Security Program (NISP), unless applied by contract; however, it 
does apply to non-NISP contractors occupying sensitive or national security 
positions.  Contractors covered under the NISP are required to follow the 
requirements listed in 32 Code of Federal Regulation, Part 117 and the 
relevant Industrial Security Letters.  Individuals with access to Sensitive 
Compartmented Information must also comply with the additional reporting 
requirements listed in reference (d). 
 
2.  Reference (b) expands on reporting requirements listed in reference (a) 
to include contact with media, cryptocurrency, mental health treatment and 
counseling, concerning behavior and/or conduct, foreign travel, foreign 
contacts, marriage and cohabitation. 
 
3.  In addition, reference (b) requires commanders and supervisors of covered 
individuals and supporting security management personnel who receive 
information from a covered individual or other specified sources to forward 
that information or send an incident report to the Consolidated Adjudication 
Service via the Defense Information Security System or successor system. 
 
4.  Loss of an Activity Security Manager or Special Security Officer's 
cognizance of a covered individual does not remove their responsibility to 
report information for covered individuals who transfer or separate if the 
reportable behavior or situation occurred while under the security manager's 
cognizance. 
 
5.  Commanders, supervisors, or supporting security management personnel are 
not authorized to mitigate potentially derogatory information nor are they 
authorized to restrict reporting of information based on its source. 
 
6.  Deliberate failure to report information may trigger an adverse security 
action against the individual that failed to report the information. 
 
7.  References (a) and (b) can be downloaded from the below website:  
https://portal.secnav.navy.mil/orgs/DUSNP/Security-
Directorate/SitePages/Home.aspx. 
 
8.  References (a) and (b) will be incorporated into the next revision of 
reference (c). 
 
9.  The point of contact for this effort is Mr. Steven Santomauro, Personnel 
Vetting Branch Chief. 
 
10.  Released by The Honorable Carlos Del Toro, Secretary of The Navy. 
 
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UNCLASSIFIED//

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