Governs clearances, access, and security protocols for industrial and physical security in classified spaces. Established as a Federal Rule, which became effective in August of 2021. Parts of the rule include items such as reporting foreign travel for personnel that have Sensitive Compartmentalized Information (SCI) or Special Access Program (SAP) travel. The ‘NISPOM rule’ replaced DoD 5220.22M. The rule also references that Federal Contractors leverage the requirements established in the federal registrar  32 CFR part 2001, Classified National Security Information. 

Applicability: Applicable in industrial security, government clearance procedures.

URL: NISPOM rule

CFR-2010-title32-vol6-part2001.pdf (govinfo.gov)

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