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== U.S. military ==
 
== U.S. military ==
   
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"Within [[DoD]], a security clearance is a determination that a person is eligible under [[DoD]] [[policy]] for [[access]] to [[classified information]]. [[Clearance]]s allow personnel to [[access]] [[classified information]] categorized into three levels: [[top secret]], [[secret]], and [[confidential]]. The [[damage]] to [[national defense]] and foreign relations that [[unauthorized disclosure]] could reasonably be expected to cause ranges from 'exceptionally grave damage' for [[top secret]] [[information]] to 'damage' for [[confidential information]]."<ref>Office of Counterintelligence (DXC), Defense CI & HUMINT Center, Defense Intelligence Agency, "Terms and Definitions of Interest for DoD Counterintelligence Professional," at GL-153 (May 2, 2011) ([https://www.fas.org/irp/eprint/ci-glossary.pdf full-text]).</ref>
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"Within [[DoD]], a security clearance is a determination that a person is eligible under [[DoD]] [[policy]] for [[access]] to [[classified information]]. [[Clearance]]s allow personnel to [[access]] [[classified information]] categorized into three levels: [[top secret]], [[secret]], and [[confidential]]. The [[damage]] to [[national defense]] and foreign relations that [[unauthorized disclosure]] could reasonably be expected to cause ranges from 'exceptionally grave damage' for [[top secret]] [[information]] to 'damage' for [[confidential information]]."<ref>Office of Counterintelligence (DXC), Defense CI & HUMINT Center, Defense Intelligence Agency, "Terms and Definitions of Interest for DoD Counterintelligence Professional," at GL-153 (May 2, 2011) ([https://www.fas.org/irp/eprint/ci-glossary.pdf full-text]).</ref>}}
   
 
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== References ==

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