The National Industry Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) establishes the standard procedures and requirements for all government contractors, with regards to classified information. It covers the entire field of government-industrial security related matters.

DoD 5220.22-M “National Industry Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM)” – 28 Feb 2006

Website: Defense Security Service “National Industrial Security Program (NISP)”

Contractors must sign the DoD Security Agreement (DD Form 441) and agree to comply with the provisions of the NISPOM. Defense Security Service (DSS) oversees contractor compliance with the NISPOM on behalf of the Department of Defense (DoD) and 23 other Federal agencies.

                Table of Content
1.0: General Provisions and Requirements
2.0: Security Clearances
2.1: Facility Clearances
2.2: Personnel Security Clearances
2.3: Foreign Ownership, Control, or Influence (FOCI)
3.0: Security Training and Briefings
4.0: Classification and Marking
5.0: Safeguarding Classified Information
6.0: Visits and Meetings
7.0: Subcontracting
8.0: Information System Security
9.0: Special Requirements Section
9.1: RD and FRD
9.2: DoD Critical Nuclear Weapon Design Information (CNWDI)
9.3:  Intelligence Information
9.4:  Communication Security (COMSEC)
10.0: International Security Requirements
11.0: Miscellaneous Information
12.0: Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC)
13.0: Independent Research and Development (IR&D) Efforts Appendices

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Updated: 8/9/2017

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