[Title 32 CFR 2003.27]
[Code of Federal Regulations (annual edition) - July 1, 2009 Edition]
[Title 32 - NATIONAL DEFENSE]
[Subtitle B - Other Regulations Relating to National Defense]
[Chapter Xx - INFORMATION SECURITY OVERSIGHT OFFICE, NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND]
[Part 2003 - NATIONAL SECURITY INFORMATION_STANDARD FORMS]
[Subpart B - Prescribed Forms]
[Sec. 2003.27 - TOP SECRET Label SF 706.]
[From the U.S. Government Printing Office]
32NATIONAL DEFENSE62009-07-012009-07-01falseTOP SECRET Label SF 706.2003.27Sec. 2003.27NATIONAL DEFENSEOther Regulations Relating to National DefenseINFORMATION SECURITY OVERSIGHT OFFICE, NATIONAL ARCHIVES ANDNATIONAL SECURITY INFORMATION_STANDARD FORMSPrescribed Forms
Sec. 2003.27 TOP SECRET Label SF 706.
(a) SF 706 is used to identify and protect automatic data processing
(ADP) media and other media that contain TOP SECRET information. SF 706
is used instead of the SF 703 for media other than documents.
(b) SF 706 shall be used in all situations that call for the use of
a TOP SECRET Label. Agency-wide use of SF 706 shall begin when supplies
of existing forms are exhausted or January 31, 1988, whichever occurs
(c) SF 706 is affixed to the medium containing TOP SECRET
information in a manner that would not adversely affect operation of
equipment in which the medium is used. Once the Label has been applied,
it cannot be removed.
(d) Only the Director of ISOO may grant a waiver from the use of SF
706. To apply for a waiver, an agency must submit its proposed
alternative form to the Director of ISOO along with its justification
for use. The Director of ISOO will review the request and notify the
agency of the decision.
(e) The national stock number of the SF 706 is 7540-01-207-5536.
[52 FR 10190, Mar. 30, 1987]