COUNTERINTELLIGENCE AND REPORTING REQUIRMENTS. ALL THE WEIRD STUFF AN FSO OR CLEARED CONTRACTOR IS SUPPOSED TO REPORT…AND WHO THEY ARE SUPPOSED TO REPORT IT TO…AND WHILE WE’RE AT IT, SOME SPY STUFF TOO…. s. RULE NUMBER ONE.
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ALL THE WEIRD STUFF AN FSO OR CLEARED CONTRACTOR IS SUPPOSED TO REPORT…AND WHO THEY ARE SUPPOSED TO REPORT IT TO…AND WHILE WE’RE AT IT, SOME SPY STUFF TOO…
Reporting requirements are in Section 1-300 of the NISPOM…so never hesitate to look it up if you’re not sure…
Feel free to call me anytime you have a question on any of this:
Richard L. Harper
Manager, Investigations/Counterintelligence/International Security
Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control
(1) Any change of ownership, including stock transfers that affect control of the company.
(2) Any change of operating name or address of the company or any of its cleared locations.
(3) Any change to the information previously submitted for key management personnel including:
(4) Action to terminate business or operations for any reason, including imminent adjudication or reorganization in bankruptcy
(5) Any material change concerning the information previously reported by the contractor concerning foreign ownership, control or influence (FOCI).
Becker vs. Philco and Taglia vs. Philco (389 U.S. 979): contractor is not liable for defamation of an employee because of reports made to the Government under the requirements of this Manual
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What aren’t they looking for?
The Crown Jewels.
Expositions, or Seminars - 4.3%
• Foreign Liaison Officer or embassy official attempts to conceal official identity during commercial visits
• Suspected hidden agendas versus the original purpose of the visit
• Last minute and unannounced persons are added to the visiting party
• Presence of wandering visitors who act offended when confronted
• Foreign entity attempts a commercial visit or uses U.S. based third party to arrange a visit after the original foreign visit request is denied
• Visitors ask questions outside the scope of the approved visit to receive a courteous or spontaneous answer
• Visitors claim business-related interest but lack experience researching and developing technology
• Visitors ask to meet personnel from their own countries and attempt to establish continuing contact with them
He or she IS: