G. Ensure that people travelling abroad receive national guidelines and can know and comply with travel guidelines abroad in DoD 5200.1-R (oo reference). one. Classified information officially obtained by a foreign government can only be disclosed if the government of origin expressly consents in writing to new disclosures. b) The validation of the recipient`s ability to provide the necessary protection is generally based on three sources of information. First, the NDPC regularly visits countries with which the U.S. government shares the IJC. The NDPC reports on these visits contain a description of each country`s security program. Copies of the reports are made available to any department or agency represented at the NDPC. Second, the NDPC also instructs the Secret Service to conduct an assessment of foreign government security programs and compliance. These reports are also made available to the member departments and agencies of the NDPC. Third, the intelligence community may be responsible for reporting specifically on specific technologies and capabilities.
(1) Production information (more sensitive than construction information for printing or assembly): these include the know-how, techniques and processes required to manufacture or, for the most part, upgrade military equipment and ammunition. A manufacturing process or manufacturing technique is a series of instructions to transform natural substances into useful materials (metals, plastics, combustible materials, explosives, etc.) or for the manufacture of materials into aerodynamic, mechanical, electronic, hydraulic or pneumatic systems, subsystems and components. The source code of the software, including the associated documentation, which describes the software or development know-how of a given U.S. war system that has completed Denakquise II (development authorization) or the documentation used for production, are considered design and manufacturing data and correspond to Category 4 production information data. A manufacturing data package describes how the product item is manufactured, tested and accepted, as well as the tools and processes needed. Manufacturing information includes drawings, process sheets, diagrams, instructions, testing methods and other support documents. Software source code and software documentation that include or allow access to algorithms or classified design reasons are considered manufacturing information requiring NDPC verification and authorization. Unclassified software source code and software documentation required for the maintenance of small software, interface/integration or administrative changes of tables, symbologies, markers, screens are processed by normal technological transmission channels and do not require NDPC verification.