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VOL. i)

COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY

JAMES O. EASTLAND, Mississippi, Chairman ESTES KEFAUVER, Tennessee

EVÉRETT MCKINLEY DIRKSEN, Ilinois OLIN D. JOHNSTON, South Carolina

ROMAN L. HRUSKA, Nebraska JOHN L. MCCLELLAN, Arkansas

KENNETH B. KEATING, New York SAM J. ERVIN, JR., North Carolina

HIRAM L. FONG, Hawaii
THOMAS J. DODD, Connecticut

HUGH SCOTT, Pennsylvania
PHILIP A. HART, Michigan
EDWARD V. LONG, Missouri
EDWARD M. KENNEDY, Massachusetts
BIRCH E. BAYE, Indiana

SUBCOMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE INTERNAL

SECURITY ACT AND OTHER INTERNAL SECURITY LAW8

JAMES 0. EASTLAND, Mississippi, Chairman

THOMAS J. DODD, Connecticut, Vice Chairman OLIN D. JOHNSTON, South Carolina

ROMAN L. HRUSKA, Nebraska JOHN L. MCCLELLAN, Arkansas

EVERETT MCKINLEY DIRKSEN, Ilinois SAM J. ERVIN, JR., North Carolina

KENNETH B. KEATING, New York

HUGH SCOTT, Pennsylvania
J. G. SOURWINE, Counsel
BENJAMIN MANDEL, Director of Research

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FOREWORD

A compilation of security rules and regulations for the various departments and agencies of the U.S. Government is presented for the first time in the following pages. This appendix, which is printed in two volumes, is part of the hearing record of February 20 and 26, and March 12, 1963. Witnesses at those hearings were security officials of the departments and agencies who furnished the Internal Security Subcommittee with this material in conjunction with their testimony.

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Appendix I. Supreme Court opinion, Cole v. Young et al.

Appendix II. Supreme Court opinion, Greene v. McElroy et al., Deputy

Assistant Secretary of Defense. -

Appendix III. Walter T. Skallerup, Jr., Assistant Secretary of Defense,

letters to committee chairman, dated-

August 24, 1962.-

July 31, 1962

Appendix IV:

A. Department of the Army:

Security investigations and adjudications.

Military security-Completion and processing of DD Form

398—Statement of personal history ---

Personnel security clearance-Clearance of personnel for

access to classified defense information and material..

Civilian Personnel Regulations-CPR-12—Investigations-

Civilian personnel Security investigations and adjudications.

Chart-Organization of the Office of Administrative Assistant

to the Secretary of the Army--

Chart-Civilian employees security program staff..

Chart-Current Army civilian employee security program..

Table-Army civilian personnel security program-Actions

taken, 1958–61..

B. Department of the Navy:

Navy civilian personnel instructions.-

Personnel security investigations and clearances for access to

classified information..

OIR notice 12732— Reciprocal acceptance of clearances.-

Civilian personnel instructionsJune 20, 1962.--

Chart-Organizational structure, civilian personnel security

office.

Chart-Depicting processing cases of Navy-

Chart-Routing and processing of cases.

Table-Security risk cases—1959–62...

C. Department of the Air Force:

Sensitive positions-Percentages of turnover-Number and

type of cases handled-Final disposition...

Organizational chart...

Organizational chart-Office of the Secretary,

Chart— The Secretariat-Assigned responsibilities for the

civilian personnel security program.

Chart—Flow process (explanation) -

Regulation-Civilian personnel investigations for employ-

ment.

Table Investigative requirements for applicants for employ-

ment in the United States -

Table-Investigative requirements for U.S. citizens applying

for oversea positions -

Air Force letter-Instructions for civilian personnel security

program.--

Civilian personnel security program..

Personnel security investigations, clearance and access author-

izations.

Air Force letter--Instructions for civilian personnel security

program...

Regulation-Civilian personnel security program

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Appendix V. Department of Defense:

Directive 5210.7.-

Directive 5210.8.-

(Appendixes VI, VII, and VIII retained in subcommittee files and not

printed.) -

Appendix IX. Executive Order 10909, safeguarding classified information

within industry -

Appendix X. Chart-Office of Industrial Personnel Access Authorization

Review,

Appendix XI:

TableCases processed under the industrial personnel and facility

security clearance program.---

Table Cases processed under the industrial personnel security

review regulation..

Table-Cases processed under the industrial personnel access author-

ization review program.-

Appendix XII. Post Office Department:

Chart-Post Office Department.

Chart-Bureau of the Chief Postal Inspector.

Postal Inspection Service-Security regulations.-

Appendix XIII. Department of Justice:

Personnel security regulations -

Letter, March 20, 1963, J. Walter Yeagley, Chairman, Personnel

Security Advisory Committee, to Senator Eastland, with the

following enclosures:

(a) Letter, February 12, 1954, Robert W. Minor to Hugh L.

Dryden re proposed definition of sensitive positions.

(6) Letter, August 23, 1954, William P. Rogers to Philip Young

re certain investigations to be conducted by the FBI..

(c) Letter, March 4, 1955, Herbert Brownell, Jr., to the President,

reporting on review of the employee security program.--

(Note from President attached, approving the contents of the

letter and ordering it distributed to each Federal depart-

ment and agency)

(d) Letter, January 16, 1956, William F. Tompkins to Philip

Young re notification of an employee of reasons for his

suspension.

(e) Letter, June 14, 1956, William F. Tompkins to Philip Young,

transmitting copy of Civil Service Circular 859 to heads of

departments and independent establishments-Action un-

der Cole v. Young decision ordering reinstatement of per-

sons suspended from a nonsensitive position.

( U.S. Civil Service Commission-Departmental Circular No.

859.

(g) Memo, dated August 1, 1956, from Attorney General to all

departments and agencies-Claims for reinstatement of

former employees dismissed under Executive Order 10450.

(h) Letter, dated August 23, 1956, William F. Tompkins to

Philip Young-Delegation of powers granted under Execu-

tive Order 10450.

(1) Memo from Justice Department advising that the Personnel

Security Advisory Board is abolished and that its work will

be carried on by the Assistant Attorney General in Charge

of the Internal Security Division...

Appendix XIV. Department of State:

Chart-Office of the Secretary of State.--

Organization chart-Office of Security-

Manual of Operations and Administration--Personnel Security Regu-

lations

Personnel Manual-Security of Employees...

Manual-Foreign Service Personnel —Security of Employees.

(Appendixes XIV-E-Application for Federal employment, XIV-F-

Application supplement, XIV-G—Security investigation data for sensi-

tive positions, XIV-H—Appointment affidavit forms, XIV-I-Finger-

print requirements, XIV-J—Certificate of nonmembership in certain

organizations, all State Department documents, were ordered held in

the subcommittee files and not printed.)-----

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