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ASAP Rules of Behavior

I understand that I am responsible for the protection of access to the system associated with the ASAP AIS and will not compromise the system to unauthorized personnel. I further understand that I should report any suspicious activity to the ASAP Information Assurance Security Officer (IASO), including any problem that I may encounter while using the system.

  1. PURPOSE: The information contained in this paper should be viewed as general guidance to those of you accessing AIS at the ASAP. This briefing is to ensure that you are aware of your security responsibilities; recognize the vital role you play in security; and that you do not, through familiarity, become careless.
  2. TYPES OF INFORMATION: In the use of AIS, you may become exposed to various levels of classified and unclassified information. Unclassified includes such as FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY (FOUO), proprietary, and Government developed privileged information. You are hereby advised that you are, by virtue of your employment with the U.S. Government, morally and lawfully bound to protect any and all of this information or material to which you have knowledge of or access to. Those users, who are not Government employees but have been granted authorized access to our AIS, shall be responsible for their actions regardless of the security mechanisms that are in place.
  3. You must have a valid Common Access Card (CAC) or valid User ID to use the ASAP AIS.
  4. MISUSE OF GOVERNMENT PROPERTY: AIS may be used only for Government related work. You are not authorized to use any resource to create, store, and/or process games, personal letters, or any information that is not Department of Defense (DOD) business information or programs. Violators of this guidance will be subject to disciplinary action or prosecution. Management reserves the right to periodically check individual files to verify that only official authorized mission activities are performed.
  5. PROTECTION INFORMATION: I am required to impress upon you the extreme need for caution and discretion in any contacts either personal or professional. As in any interesting activity, the temptation is great to refer to your professional accomplishments. You are cautioned to avoid any conversation or release of information that could result in a disclosure of Classified or Unclassified Sensitive information to unauthorized personnel.

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