NAVY - SECNAV M-5510.1
FOREIGN DISCLOSURE Manual
|Publication Date:||24 June 2019|
a. The National Disclosure Policy (NDP-1, reference (a)) is the national policy that governs the disclosure of U.S. Classified Military Information (CMI) to foreign governments and international organizations. It is implemented in the Department of Defense (DoD) by reference (b) and in the Department of the Navy (DON) by reference (c). This Foreign Disclosure Manual (FDM) is promulgated under the authority of reference (c) and establishes DON-wide procedures for the implementation of references (a), (b), and (c). The FDM covers the various circumstances under which DON commands, agencies, offices, and staff elements (hereinafter referred to as "DON organizations") may disclose CMI and Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) to foreign governments, international organizations, and/or their representatives. The FDM also establishes procedures to coordinate all DON foreign disclosure actions with other DoD or Federal agencies or foreign governments that have jurisdiction over or an interest in the information to be disclosed.
b. A glossary of the terms and acronyms used in this Manual may be found at Appendices A and B, respectively.