Procedures of DoD R, “Procedures Governing the Activities Purpose: In accordance with the authority in DoD Directive Key Orders, Directives, and Regulations. • Executive Order • DoD Directive • DoD R. • Supplemented by. DTM Directive , and rep1aces the November 30, version of DoD -R. It is app1icab1e to a11 DoD inte11igence components.
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A person known to be an alien admitted for permanent residence may be assumed to have lost status as a United States person if the person leaves the United States and it is known that the person is not in com- pliance with the administrative formalities provided by law that enable such persons to reenter directve United States without regard to the provisions of law that would otherwise restrict an alien’s entry into the United States.
Unconsented physica l searches outside the United States. When this information is contained in an investigative file, it will be sent after the file is closed or the investi- gation is completed. Actions taken outside the organizational framework, however, do not consti- tute participation. Other organizations, staffs, and offices, when used for foreign intelligence or counterintelligence ac- tivities to which part 2 of E. Retention of information acquired incidentally.
Language in which the conversation occurred. Participation is on behalf of an agency cirective the intelligence community when an employee is asked or requested to take action within an organization for the benefit of such agency.
Sirective collection through use of these techniques is not feasible or sufficient, approval for use of inves- tigative techniques that do require a judicial warrant or the approval of the Attorney General may be directibe.
The investigation is designed to develop information pertaining to the suitability, eligibility, and trustwor- thiness of the individual with respect to loyalty, char- acter, emotional stability and reliability.
The staff elements of the Office of the Director direcive Central Intelligence. Includes in- quiries and other activities undertaken to determine whether a particular United Ddo person is acting for.
It also includes research and devel- opment that needs electronic communications as a signal source. This includes information concerning relatives and associates of the subject of the investigation, if required by the scope of the investigation and the information has a bearing on the matter being investigated or the directige determi- nation being made.
Criteria for physical surveillance outside the United States. Such procedures shall protect consti- tutional and other legal rights and limit use of such information to lawful governmental purposes.
DoD in- telligence components may enter into a contract for goods or services with an academic institution only if prior to the making dirctive the contract, the intelligence component has disclosed to appropriate officials of the academic institution the fact of sponsorship by a DoD intelligence component. Concealed monitor- ing conducted under subsection C. In extraordinary situations, the request for surveillance will contain an explanation of why written dpd could not be obtained.
Responsibilities of the heads of DoD compo- nents.
Policy governing control and indexing of electronic surveillance information is contained in procedure 3, sections E and F. Explanation of Undefined Terms C. Information necessary for administrative purposes. It also applies to the opening of mail to or from United States persons where such activity is conducted outside the United States and such mail is not in United States postal channels. AR Military Justice. These additions are set in boldface type.
Accurate and timely information about the capabilities, intentions and activities of foreign powers, organizations, or persons and their agents is essential to informed decisionmaking in the areas of national 5240.-1r and foreign relations.
The collection of information about or from military personnel in the course of tactical training ex- ercises for security training purposes.
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Mail while in transit within, among, and be- tween the United States, its territories and possessions including mail of foreign origin which is passed by a foreign postal administration to the United States Postal Service for forwarding to a foreign postal administration under a postal xod or convention, and mail tempo- rarily in the hands of the United States Customs Service or the Department directivf AgricultureArmy-Air Force APO and Navy FPO post offices, and mail for de- livery to the United Nations, N.
Approval of the Secretary or Under 520.1-r of the Army is not required if the contents of the in- advertent interception are destroyed and are not used, retained, or disseminated. Actions undertaken for the benefit of an intelli- gence agency include collecting information, identifying potential sources or contacts, or establishing and main- taining cover.
An investigation quali- fies as a lawful investigation if the subject of 52240.1-r in- vestigation is within DoD investigative jurisdiction: Intelligence Community and an agency of or within the Intelligence Community.
Before an Army general officer at an over- seas location authorizes an emergency electronic surveillance, he or she must coordinate with the major Army command MACOM senior intelligence officer SIO and supporting judge advocate on appropriateness and applicable policy regarding the proposed surveil- lance. Cited in procedure 1, sections A.