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ARMY - AR 715-30

Secure Environment Contracting

active, Most Current
Organization: ARMY
Publication Date: 23 September 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 35
scope:

Purpose

This regulation ensures contracts executed and administered in support of acquisitions by and for the activities listed in paragraph 1-6a are conducted in accordance with existing laws and regulations, and provides related policies and procedures. This regulation is applicable to all classified contracts. Secure environment contracting (SEC) is necessary to support activities with special security, operations security (OPSEC), or special access needs beyond those normally afforded collaterally classified documents. This regulation establishes policies, procedures, documentation, reporting requirements, and oversight responsibilities in support of contracts that require SEC procedures and emphasizes planning, execution, exceptions, and accountability.

Document History

AR 715-30
September 23, 2019
Secure Environment Contracting
Purpose This regulation ensures contracts executed and administered in support of acquisitions by and for the activities listed in paragraph 1–6a are conducted in accordance with existing laws and...
February 1, 2013
Secure Environment Contracting
Purpose This regulation ensures contracts executed and administered in support of acquisitions by and for the activities listed in paragraph 1–5a are conducted in accordance with existing laws and...
November 20, 2002
SECURE ENVIRONMENT CONTRACTING
Purpose. The purpose of this regulation is to ensure that contracts executed and administered in support of acquisitions by and for Army sensitive activities are conducted in accordance with existing...

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