An agency may authorize its contractors, licensees and fellows to retain contracts performed by their employees during the period of employment. At the end of the employment relationship, the holder, licensee or fellow must provide the legally applicable original or facsimile of the SF 312, SF 189 or SF 189-A of such personnel, who are primarily responsible for their classified work. A contractor, licensee, or fellow of an authority participating in the National Industrial Security Program, for which the Department of Defense acts as a cognitive security agency, must provide the Defense Industrial Security Clearance Office with a copy of the legally applicable facsimile of the SF 312, SF 189, or SF 189-A of a licensed employee. (2) The term “authorized”, when used for access to classified information, means that it complies with the provisions of an act, executive order, direction of the head of a division or authority involved in foreign intelligence or counterintelligence activities, the injunction of a United States court or a rule of the House of Representatives or a resolution of the Senate; the responsibility of the respective convention house for overseeing intelligence activities. § 793. The collection, transmission or loss of defence information (2) paragraph 1) does not apply to a person who has acted as part of a model of identification and unmasking of undercover agents and who has reason to believe that such activities would affect or impede the foreign intelligence activities of the United States, or (B) in the case of a person; which has authorised access to classified information. The current executive order and status that generates “classified information” such as that used in SF 312 is Executive Order 12958, Classified National Security Information, and the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as currently drafted. (g) The provisions of SF 312, SF 189 and SF 189-A do not replace the provisions of Section 2302, Title 5, United States Code relating to the disclosure of information by employees of the Government or other laws of the United States. 8. Unless I am released in writing by an authorized representative of the U.S.
Government, I understand that all conditions and obligations imposed on me by this Agreement apply during the period during which I have access to classified information and at any time thereafter. . . .