NAVY - SECNAV 5500.36
(DUSN (P)) DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY SECURITY ENTERPRISE
|Publication Date:||19 May 2015|
a. Define the Department of the Navy (DON) Security Enterprise (SE) and assign responsibilities.
b. Establish and issue policy to guide and manage the implementation of the DON SE pursuant to references (a) through (ak) located in enclosure (1).
c. Provide a framework and guidance to promote efficiency and facilitate consistent security policies and practices across the DON.
d. Establish the DON Security Enterprise Executive Committee (DON SE EXCOM) and provide direction for comprehensive DON SE policy, oversight framework, and governance structure that supports safeguarding personnel, information, operations, resources, technologies, and facilities against harm, loss, or hostile acts and influences. See enclosure (2) for information regarding the DON SE governance and enclosure (3) for information regarding the Senior Director for Security.
e. Provide a common lexicon for the DON SE.
Applicability. This instruction:
a. Applies to Total Force, personnel employed by, detailed to, or assigned to the DON, including Government Civilians (both appropriated and non-appropriated funds); members of the active and reserve components of the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps; temporarily assigned forces performing a full-time or training role or function of security, e.g., Auxiliary Security Force and Ship's Self Defense Force; experts or consultants performing services for the DON through personnel appointments or contractual arrangements; industrial or commercial contractor, licensee, certificate holder, or grantee, including subcontractors.
b. Shall not alter or supersede the existing authority and policies of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) regarding the protection of intelligence sources, methods, and activities pursuant to reference (s), or the authorities delegated by the DNI to the Heads of the Intelligence Community Element.
c. Does not apply to Nuclear Weapons Security Programs which are administered per references (r) and (ak).
d. Does not alter or supersede oversight, management, and authority over resources for Special Access Programs (SAP) found in references (aa) and (ac).
e. Does not supersede or change responsibilities and authorities of the Director, Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program (N00N), established by 50 U.S.C. § 2406 and § 2511 (codifying Executive Order 12344, 1 February 1982).
f. Does not apply to the authorities of the DON SE EXCOM regarding law enforcement policy and antiterrorism and/or force protection, and will not alter or supersede existing service or organizational missions specifically assigned to those entities, e.g. Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), Headquarters Marine Corps.