Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI)
Introduction to Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI)
Course 1: Introduction to Controlled Unclassified Information
Do You Know CUI?

Think about all that you have learned about CUI in this introductory course.  Then select and drag each of the files below into the appropriate file cabinet drawer.  Once you have placed the file in the cabinet, you can scroll over the file to see the text.  Once you have placed all of the files into the drawers, select Submit to see if you have categorized each file correctly. You will have two attempts for this exercise. 

d Interactive graphic with a file cabinet that has two drawers. The drawers are labeled CUI IS: and CUI IS NOT: There are also 5 file folders. Users are asked to drag and drop the correct file folder to the correct drawer. The correct answers are: The following three files should be placed in the CUI IS: drawer Effort to apply a uniform program for designation and dissemination of sensitive information Initiative to standardize markings across the federal government Effort to improve information sharing with adequate safeguards The following two files should be placed in the CUI is NOT: drawer Effort to impede the timeliness, accuracy, and dissemination of information Attempt to conceal violations of law, inefficiency, or administrative error
Complete the interaction, then select Next to continue.
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