special access program regulations

[1] within the department of defense, sap is better known as “sar” by the mandatory special access required (sar) markings. [2] after the conclusion of world war ii, president harry s. truman issues executive order 10104, and creates the “top secret classification” designation. [4][5] in executive order number 11652 richard m. nixon legitimizes the use of special access controls and the “special access program” is finally made official. waived saps are a subset of unacknowledged saps in the department of …

special access program indoctrination agreement

for most of us stuck on the outside trying to get an idea of what’s inside, the term “special access program” is often misunderstood as being itself a classification level. ”  in all fairness, by the time of their discovery, the precedent of unofficial special access programs was primarily a moot point. with that in mind, let’s take a quick journey back to the not-to-distant past. made up of a who’s who of pentagon under secretaries, vice chiefs, and assistant …

special access program vs sci

this is a high state of enforced need-to-know, and only a minimum number of cleared employees are given access to sap information. conversely, not all those cleared for secret and top secret have access to sap information. what makes sap access unique is the need-to-know. to better understand the concept, consider school clubs. though these clubs are unique in themselves, they have one determining and similar qualification: membership is open only to those enrolled in the particular school. instead, they …

unacknowledged special access program

for most of us stuck on the outside trying to get an idea of what’s inside, the term “special access program” is often misunderstood as being itself a classification level. ”  in all fairness, by the time of their discovery, the precedent of unofficial special access programs was primarily a moot point. with that in mind, let’s take a quick journey back to the not-to-distant past. made up of a who’s who of pentagon under secretaries, vice chiefs, and assistant …

What is a DoD Special Access Program

[1] within the department of defense, sap is better known as “sar” by the mandatory special access required (sar) markings. [2] after the conclusion of world war ii, president harry s. truman issues executive order 10104, and creates the “top secret classification” designation. there are now explicit guidelines for the remaining three classification levels to prevent a systematic flood of classified documents coming from the pentagon and other agencies. waived saps are a subset of unacknowledged saps in the department …