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TITLE:  DoD Directive 5210.60, "Security Clearance Program for U.S. Citizens Employed Directly by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), 01/30/1990

SUMMARY: This Directive: 1. Reissues reference DoD directive 5210.60, June 7, 1972 to reflect the transfer of delegated authority to the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Security policy) (DUSD(SP)) to act on U.S. citizen clearance requirements when employed directly by NATO. It also deletes all references to the South-East Asia Treaty Organization, which terminated on June 30, 1977, and the Central Treaty Organization, which terminated on May 15, 1979. 2. Updates the policies, standards, criteria, and procedures, in accordance with Executive Order 11633, December 3, 1971, for processing requests for access to NATO classified information for U.S. citizens for whom a NATO Security Clearance Certificate (NSCC) is required for direct employment by the civil or military agencies in NATO. Such U.S. citizens are hereafter referred to as "applicants."

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OPR:  USD(P), 703-695-5136