CUI Registry: NATO-NATO Unclassified
Per the United States Security Authority for NATO, Instruction 1-07, this is information generated by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), or which is submitted to NATO by a member state, under the North Atlantic Treaty, signed on April 4, 1949. NATO Information is a category of information that is governed in the United States by United States Security Authority for NATO Instruction 1-07 (USSAN 1-07), pursuant to the North Atlantic Treaty and provisions of Executive Order 13526.
|Subcategory Description:||Per the United States Security Authority for NATO, Instruction 1-07, this is information classified as ""NATO Unclassified"", which may only be used for official NATO purposes and may carry administrative or dissemination limitation markings.|
|Marking:||Mark this information in accordance with instructions in the United States Security Authority for NATO, Instruction 1-07 and supporting NATO Security Directives.|
- CUI Specified authorities include specific handling practices that differ from general CUI requirements. For Specified authorities, reference individual Safeguarding/Dissemination control citations for distinct requirements
- Whether CUI is Basic or Specified is determined by the applicable Safeguarding and/or Dissemination Authority for that CUI.
- Each "Safeguarding and/or Dissemination Authority" citation links to the statute, regulation or government-wide policy authorizing the control of that information as CUI.
- Each "Sanctions" authority links to the statute, regulation or government-wide policy that includes penalties for CUI misuse of CUI for the associated "Safeguarding and/or Dissemination Authority" on the same line.
|Safeguarding and/or Dissemination Authority||Basic or
|United States Security Authority for NATO, Instruction 1-07||Specified|
Authority links are updated based on regular re-publication of the United States Code and Code of Federal Regulations, and the CUI Registry maintenance schedule.