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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
AUTOMATIC DECLASSIFICATION GUIDE 

National Security Branch 




DATE: 06-20-2013 

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DECLASSIFY ON: 06-20-2033 

ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED 
HEREIN IS UNCLASSIFIED EXCEPT 
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Issued Pursuant to: 

Executive Order 13526, Section 3.3(j), and 
Title 32, Code of Federal Regulations, Section 2001.32. 


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Forward 


A. (U//FOUO) The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Automatic Declassification Guide provides direction concerning the automatic 
declassification of national security information. It should be read in conjunction with the FBI’s National Security Information 
Security Classification Guide (NSISCG), and other valid FBI classification guides that deal with specialized subjects; 

1. Guidance with r espect to declassification of national security information 25 years or more after its original classification is 
provided by this document. This guide is the only valid authority for the FBI’s implementation of declassification in accordance with 
section 3.3(b) and (h) of Executive Order 13526. 

2. Guidance with r espect to classification of newly-created documents and newly-generated information is provided by valid FBI 
classification guides. 


3. Guidance with r espect to the marking, safeguarding, transportation, or destruction of classified national security information is 
provided by the FBI Security Policy Manual. 

4. Authorit y for these FBI policies is provided by Executive Order (EO) 13526, EO 12829, Title 32, Code of Federal Regulations 
(CFR), Part 2QQ1, Title 28, CFR , Pa r t 1 7, t he Department of Justice Security Policy Operating Manual, and the FBI Dec l assifica t ion 


Policy Implementation Guide. 


(U//FOUO) In cases where this guide does not effectively cover information under analysis, reviewers shall consult original 
classification authorities, personnel with substantive knowledge in the areas of concern, and/or other authorities. 

C. (U//FOUO) Interagency Security Classification Appeals Panel (ISCAP) approval will be required if a new category of 
information must be exempted from automatic declassification. 

D. (U//FOUO) This Guide is effective immediately, and it supersedes instructions found in previous versions of this Guide. 

E. (U//FOUO) This Guide will be updated as circumstances require, but at least every 5 years in coordination with ISCAP. 


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F. (U//FOUO) This Guide is to be used by FBI personnel in the performance of their duties related to automatic and systematic 
declassification reviews, as well as access reviews including the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), Privacy Act, Mandatory 
Declassification Requests (MDR), and discretionary reviews. Other agency personnel performing reviews at the National 
Declassification Center may use this guide to assist in the identification of FBI information that requires referral to the FBI. 

G. (U//FOUO) The Appendices hereto will be updated annually to, among other things, account for those file series which are 
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(U) Table of Contents 

(U) Forward 2 

(U) Table of Contents 4 

I. (U) Automatic Declassification in General 5 

II. (U) Application of 50 X Automatic Declassification Exemptions 12 

III. (U) Application of Automatic Declassification Exemptions 1 9 

IV. (U) Additional Categories of Information Cleared for Automatic Declassification 52 

(U) Appendix A 61 

(U) Appendix B 65 

(U) Appendix C 66 

(U) Appendix D 67 

(U) Appendix E 95 


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1. (U//FOUO) Nothing in this guide prevents officials who hold original classification or declassification authority from exercising 
personal judgment in order to declassify information of a type exempted from automatic declassification. 

2. (U//FOUO) For any FBI National Security Information which is not identified within this guide but which must be exempted 
from automatic declassification, FBI will submit a letter of justification to the Interagency Security Classification Appeals Panel 
(ISCAP) amending the guide. Pending receipt of a response from ISCAP, the documents containing the information in question 
will remain classified. Any information already 25 years old and not covered by this guide will be automatically declassified. 
However, FBI may exercise reclassification action under section 1.7(d) of EO 13526 (December 29, 2009) as appropriate. 


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I. (U//FOUO) Automatic Declassification in General 

1) (U//FOUO) Assistance to the National Archives and Records Administration : While engaged in automatic declassification 
activities pursuant to EO 13526, the appropriate program elements of the FBI will cooperate with the Archivist of the United States by 
consulting with the Director of the National Declassification Center (NDC), a center established by the National Archives and Records 
Administration (NARA), concerning the FBI automatic declassification program. The FBI shall cooperate with the NDC in 
developing priorities for the declassification of records to ensure that declassification is accomplished in a timely and efficient manner. 
The FBI shall consult with NDC before reviewing records in their holdings to ensure that appropriate procedures are established for 
maintaining the integrity of the records and that NARA receives accurate and sufficient information about declassification actions, 
including metadata and other processing information, when records are accessioned by NARA. The FBI will fully cooperate with 
NARA in the activities of the NDC and shall: 

a) In accordance with section 3.7(c)(1) of EO 13526, this guide, or detailed declassified guidance, will be provided to the Director of 
the NDC at NARA; 

b) Upon request of the Archivist, assign personnel to the NDC who shall be delegated to review and exempt or declassify FBI 
originated information contained in records accessioned into NARA; 


c) Consult with the NDC concerning the FBI declassification program; and 

d) Cooperate with the NDC in developing priorities for the declassification of records. 

2) (U//FOUO) Automatic Declassification : Unless exempted from automatic declassification, all classified information that is more 
than 25 years old and has been determined to have permanent historical value under Title 44 will be automatically declassified on 
December 31 of the year in which classified information becomes 25 years old, whether or not the records have been reviewed. 1 
(However, such automatic declassification does not constitute public release, and such information may be reclassified on an item-by- 
item basis in accordance with EO 13526, 1 .7(d) provided that public release has not taken place.) 


1 (U) See: EO 13526, Section 3.3(a). 


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(U//FOUO) Only 25X exemptions may be applied to records reviewed in anticipation o f automatic declassification at 2 5 years (i.e. in 
reviews conducted in 2013, for records dating between 1969 and 1993). Other than the 50X exemptions, b7E 

50X exemptions may only be applied to records approaching automatic declassification at 50 years (i.e. , in reviews conducted in 2013, 
for records dating between 1944 and 1968). Records exempted under 25X shall be automatically declassified on December 3 1 of a 
year that is no more than 50 years from the date of origin of the record, unless an approved 50X exemption is later applied within 5 
years of that automatic declassification date. Records exempted under 50X shall be automatically declassified on December 3 1 of a 
year that is no more than 75 years from the date of origin of the record. 


(U//FOUO) This guide allows for the FBI to incorporate exemptions into its classification guidance under section 2.2(e) of EO 13526 
for the following exemption element for the specified exemption period: l-6-h2. 

3) (U//FOUO) Exemptions (75 years) : The FBI does not currently anticipate making a request to exempt from automatic 
declassification any information 75 years old or older. 


4) (U//FOUO) Exemptions (50 to 75 years) : Information exempted from automatic declassification at 25 years from the date of origin 
may be exempted from automatic declassification at 50 years from the date of origin for an additio nal 25 years (for a final total of 75 
years from the date of origin) if the release of the information will clearly and demonstrably reveall ” 



5) (U//FOUO) Exemptions (25 to 50 years') : Information more than 25 years old and has been determined to have permanent 
historical value may be exempted from automatic declassification for an additional 25 years from the date of origin if release of the 


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information will clearly and demonstrably reveal information regarding one of the nine exemption areas listed in Table 2 below and 

the specific information has been approved for exemption as listed in Part III of this Guide or is in a file series listed in Appendix A of 
this Guide/ 

a) (U//FOUO) Definition of File Series: File units or documents arranged according to a filing system or kept together because they 
relate to a particular subj ect or function, result from the same activity, document a specific kind of transaction, take a particular 
physical form, or have some other relationship arising out of their creation, receipt, or use, such as restrictions on access or use. 4 

b) (U//FOUO)Jjle Series Exemption: An agency head shall notify the Director of the Information Security Oversight Office (ISOO) 
serving as the Executive Secretary of the ISCAP, of any specific file series for which a review or assessment has determined the 
information within the file series almost invariably falls within one or more of the nine exemption categories and which the agency 
proposes... to exempt from automatic declassification.” 5 Appendix A lists those FBI file series the FBI Director has so designated and 
have been approved by either the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs or ISCAP. Records exempted under a file 
series exemption are still subject to Mandatory Declassification Review. 

c) (U//FOUO) Category Acronyms (25-50 Years’) : Table 2 contains acronyms and descriptions for automatic declassification 
exemption categories. 


Table 2: (U//FOUO) Automatic Declassification 25X Exemption Codes 



3 (U) See: EO 13526, Section 3.3(b)(l-9). 

4 (U) See: EO 13526, Section 6.1 (r). 

5 (U) See: EO 13526, Section3.3(c). 


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7) (U//FOUO) Integral File Block : The FBI will not be applying the integral file block concept at the present time. 6 

8) (U//FOUO) Automatic Declassification Extensions ; 

a) (U//FOUO) 5-Year Delay for Media that are difficult or costly to review: After consultation with the Director of the NDC and 
before the records are subject to automatic declassification, an agency head or senior agency official may delay automatic 
declassification for up to 5 additional years for classified information contained in media that make a review for possible 
declassification exemptions more difficult or costly. 7 


b) (U//FOUO) 3-Year Grace Period: After consultation with the Director of the Information Security Oversight Office, an agency 
head may delay automatic declassification for up to 3 years from the date of discovery of classified records that were inadvertently 
not reviewed prior to the effective date of automatic declassification. 8 

c) (U//FOUO) Referrals: Other than for records properly exempted from automatic declassification, records containing classified 
information originating with other agencies or the disclosure of which would affect the interests or activities of other agencies with 
respect to the classified information and could reasonably be expected to fall under one or more of the exemptions in paragraph 3.3 
(b) of EO 13526 shall be identified prior to the onset of automatic declassification for later referral to those agencies. 


(1) The information of concern shall be referred by the NDC, or by the centralized facilities referred to in section 3.7(e) of 
the order, in a prioritized and scheduled manner determined by the Center. 

(2) Referrals identified prior to the establishment of the NDC shall be subject to automatic declassification only in 
accordance with paragraphs 3 . 3 (d)(3 )( A)-(C) of the order. 


(U) EO 13526, Section 6. l(v). “Integral file block” means a distinct component of a file series that should be maintained as a separate unit in order to ensure 
the integrity of the records. An integral file block may consist of a set of records covering either a specific topic or a range of time such as presidential 
administration or a 5-year retirement schedule within a specific file series that is retired from active use as a group. For purposes of automatic declassification, 
integral file blocks shall contain only records dated within 10 years of the oldest record in the file block. 

7 (U) See: EO 13526, Section 3.3(d)(2); and Title 32, CFR, Section 2001.30(n)(l). 

8 (U) See: EO 13526, Section 3.3(d)(4); and Title 32, CFR, Section 2001.30(n)(3). 

9 (U) See: EO 13526, Section 3.3(d)(3); and Title 32, CFR, Section 2001.30(f). 


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9) (U//FOUO) Appendices 

a) (U//FOUO) Appendix A identifies the file series within the Central Records System that have been approved for exemption from 
automatic declassification by either the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs or ISCAP. 

b) (U//FOUO) Appendix B identifies (a) file series within the Central Records System, and (b) additional records system concerning 
a Privacy Act notice has also been published. The constituents of these file series and this records system will be reviewed to 
determine whether information therein is exempt from automatic declassification pursuant to all automatic declassification 
exemption categories. 

c) (U//FOUO) Appendix C These file series will not initially be reviewed for exemption from automatic declassification, and FBI 

v* .. .classified material therein will be automatically declassified. This step is being taken, though it is known that some material will 

merit continued classification, because necessary reviews of the materials could not be accomplished by the automatic 
declassification date. When information from a file series listed in this Appendix is the subject of an access demand and the 
- information has not previously been disclosed to the public, the provisions of Section 1 .7(d) of the Order shall apply. These 
materials will be examined for purposes of reclassification on a document by document basis applying the exemption standards in 
3.3(b) of the order and the approved categories listed in this guide. When a document has already been declassified and released to 
the, public pursuant to proper authority, the provisions of Section 1 .7(c) of the Order shall apply. 

d) (U//FOUO) Appendix D identifies file series within the Central Records System and additional records systems that will not be 
reviewed and any FBI classified information contained therein is automatically declassified on December 3 1 of the year in which 
the information turns 25 years old. 

e) (U//FOUO) Appendix E identifies (a) file series within the Central Records System and additional records systems having 
national security content, but their oldest documents are younger than 25 years old. Accordingly, they are not now subject to 
automatic declassification. In outlying years, they will be moved to Appendix A, Appendix B, or Appendix D as necessary. 


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(1) (U//FOUO) For the purposes of this guide, the term confidential human source means "any individual or organization 
(when the identity of the organization could reasonably be expected to lead to the identity of a confidential human 
source or a human intelligence source) that has provided, or that may be reasonably be expected to provide, information 
to the United States on matters pertaining to the national security with the expectation that the information or 
relationship, or both, are to be held in confidence." 10 


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(1) (U//FOUO) Other intelligence sources and methods information (including identification of sources that are 

organizations when identification of the organization cannot be expected to lead to the identity of a confidential human 
source or a human intelligence source) shall be subject to declassification review in anticipation of automatic 
declassification at 25 years. 


c) (U//FOUO) Justification for exemption from automatic declassification at 50 years of age: 
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e) (U//FOUO) Records containing this type of information will be automatically declassified on December 3 1 of the year 75 years 
from the date of origin but may continue to be protected from public disclosure pursuant to the appropriate FOIA and Privacy Act 
exemptions. 11 


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(1) (U//FOUO) “Weapons of Mass Destruction” means: 


(a) Any explosive or incendiary, or poison gas device that is designed, intended, or has the capability to cause a mass 
casualty incident; 

(b) Any weapon that is designed, intended, or has the capability to cause death or serious bodily injury to a significant 
number of persons through the release, dissemination, or impact of toxic or poisonous chemicals; 

(c) Any weapon involving a biological agent, toxin, or vector (as such terms are defined in section 178 of Title 18) that 
is designed, intended, or has the capability to cause death, illness, or serious bodily injury to a significant number of 


persons; or 



c) (U//FOUO) Restricted Data and Formerly Restricted Data: 


(1) (U//FOUO) Are categories of information that are excluded from the automatic declassification requirements in section 
3.3 of Executive Order 13526 (Order) because they are classified under the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended. 


12 (U) See: EO 13526, Section 6.1(uu) and 50 U.S.C. § 1801(p). 


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(2) (U//FOUO) Restricted Data concerns: 


(3) (U//FOUO) Formerl y Restricted Data is information that is still classified under the Atomic. F.norpv Act of 1 Qsa « b7E 
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(4) (U//FOUO) Any document marked as containing Restricted Data or Formerly Restricted Data or identified as 
potentially containing unmarked Restricted Data or Formerly Restricted Data shall be referred to the Department of 
Energy. 

(5) (U//FOUO) Automatic declassification of documents containing Restricted Data or Formerly Restricted Data is 

prohibited. Documents marked as containing Restricted Data or Formerly Restricted Data are excluded from the 
automatic declassification provisions of the Order until the Restricted Data or Formerly Restricted Data designation is 
properly removed by the Department of Energy. When the Department of Energy determines that a Restricted Data or 
Formerly Restricted Data designation may be removed, any remaining information classified under the Order must be 
referred to the appropriate agency in accordance with the declassification provisions of the DnW _ 

(6) (U//FOUO) Any document containing information concerning foreign nuclear programs that was removed from the 
Restricted Data category in order to carry out provisions of the National Security Act of 1947, as amended, shall be 
referred to the Department of Energy and the Office of the Secretary of Defense. 13 


d) (U//FOUO) Justification for exemption from automatic declassification at 50 years of age: 

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f) (U//FOUO) Except for records containing Restricted Data and Formerly Restricted Data, records containing this type of 
information will be automatically declassified on December 3 1 of the year 75 years from the date of origin, but may continue to be 
protected from public disclosure pursuant to appropriate FOIA and Privacy Act exemptions 14 . Exemption will be invoked only when 
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from the date of origin, but may continue to be protected from public disclosure pursuant to the appropriate FOIA and Privacy Act b3 

exemptions. 15 



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5) (U//FOUO) Other intelligence sources and methods information shall be subject to declassification review in anticipation of 
automatic declassification at 25 years . Records containing this type of information will be automatically declassified on December 3 1 
of the year 50 years from the date of origin, but may continue to be protected from public disclosure pursuant to the appropriate FOIA 
and Privacy Act exemptions. 19 


17 (U) See: EO 13526, Section 3.3(b)(1) 

18 (U) See: EO 13526, Section 6.1(k). 

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a) Any explosive, incendiary, or poison gas device that is designed, intended, or has the capability to cause a mass casualty incident; 

b) Any weapon that is designed intended, or has the capability to cause death or serious bodily injury to a s ignifican t number of 
persons through the release, dissemination, or impact of toxic or poisonous chemicals or their precursors; 

c) Any weapon involving a biological agent, toxin, or vector (as such terms are defined in section 178 of Title 18) that is designed 
intended, or has the capability to cause death, illness, or serious bodily injury to a significant number of persons; or 

d) Any weapon that is designed, intended, or has the capability to release radiation or radioactivity causing death, illness or serious 

bodily injury to a significant number of persons. 22 ’ serious 



21 (U//FOUO) See: EO 13526, Section 3.3(b)(2) 

22 (U//FOUO) See: EO 13526, Section 6.1(uu) and 50 U.S.C. § 1 80 l(p) 

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RELATIONS AND DIPLOMATIC 


ACTIVITIES 


1) (U//FOUO) The category code 


2) (U//FOUO) “Foreign government information” means: 


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<a) infom.at.on provided to the United States Government by a foreign government or governments, an international 
organization of governments, or any element thereof, with the expectation that the information, the source of the 
information, or both, are to be held in confidence; 

(b) information produced by the United States Government pursuant to or as a result of a joint arrangement with a 
toreign government or governments, or an international organization of governments, or any element thereof 
requiring that the information, the arrangement, or both, are to be held in confidence; or information received and 
treated as foreign government information' under the terms of a predecessor order. 

3) E x change, cooperation and jo i nt venture s with for e ign governments shall be refer r ed to the appropriate entity for 

consultation to avoid foreign relations harm. p y or 

? 'f ^ gove^,men, ceased ,0 exist < e -8- : South Vietnam), or its relationship with the U.S. has changed to the 

nt that referral is no longer practical (e.g.: Iran), the FBI will be responsible for declassification, subject to referrals toother U S 

Government agencies which may have equities in the information. oxner u.j>. 

5) (U//FOUO) Except as noted in 


information shall be subject to declassification review in anticipation of automatic 


J . oc . fi .. ' * " auou uc suujcci to ueciassirication review in anticipation of autom: 

declassification at 25 years. Records containing this type of information will be automatically declassified on December 31 of the 


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VI. Appendices 


Appendix A 

(U//FOUO) The following file series within the Central Records System have been approved for exemption from automatic 
declassification by either the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs under Executive Order 12958, as amended, or 
ISCAP pursuant to Executive Order 13526, without the need for review because the information in them almost invariably falls 
within one or more of the exemption categories approved for use by the FBI and described in Section 1, Table 2, above: 

(U//FOUO) NOTE: The following Central Records File Series are grouped in tables based on their level of classification. Within 
the tables they are grouped numerically. 


Table A.l : (U//FOUO) Central Records System File Series 

The table below is classified SgC^Sfeg^OFOR N in it3 entire t y unless otherwise marked. 


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Foreign Military and Naval Matters 
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Exemption Approved - 2006 





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International Terrorism 


Exemption Approved - 2006 



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Targeting the National Information 
Infrastructure, Targeting the U.S. 
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(U//FOUO) Individual records in the 97, 102 and 117B file series will be reviewed for declassification prior to either December 31 
2016, or December 3 1 st of the year in which the records are 35 years old . If such reviews are not conducted, the pertinent records ’ 
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(U//FOUO) Individual records in the 105, 109, 110, 113, 134, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 212 and 307 file series will be reviewed for 
declassification prior to either December 31, 2021, or December 3 1 st of the year in which the records are 40 years old . If such 
reviews are not conducted, the pertinent records shall be automatically declassified. 

(U//FOUO) Individual records in the 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, and 229 file series will be 
reviewed for declassification prior to either December 31, 2022, or December 3 1st of the year in which the records are 40 years old . 
If such reviews are not conducted, the pertinent records shall be automatically declassified. 

(U//FOUO) Individual records in the 64 and 65 file series will be reviewed for declassification prior to either December 31, 2026, or 
December 3 1 st of the year in which the records are 45 years old . If such reviews are not conducted, the pertinent records shall be 
automatically declassified. 

(U//FOUO) File series exemption requests have been submitted for file series 246, 247, and 248. ISCAP approval is pending. 


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Appendix B 

A. (U//FOUO) File series within the Central Records System, and... 

B. (U//FOUO) 1 additional records systems concerning which a Privacy Act notice has also been published. 

(U//FOUO) Constituents of these file series and this records system will be reviewed to determine whether information therein is 
exempt from automatic declassification pursuant to all automatic declassification exemption categories Records in the following 

Central Records System file senes and additional records systems will be carefully examined to determine whether exemptions to 
automatic declassification apply: 1 


Table B.l : (U//FOUO) Central Records System File Series 


108- 

Foreign Travel Control File 


__ — 

.. . : : : ■ 


111- 

Foreign Social Conditions Control File 


■. f :V -: ■ >. 



7 $ — _ , 

112— 

Foreign Funds Matters Control File 

- 

— ; : — - — - — — — — — 


Table B.l. l:OJ//FOUO) 

Additional Privacy Act Records System 


Justice/FBI-012 

Time Utilization Record Keeping System 




■■■■■ : ' ' : ■ 


^ECRET/ZNOPOR N 


65 



Appendix C 


SEtRETffN OFORN 


(U//FOUO) Records in the following Central Records System file series will not initially be reviewed, and classified information 
therein will be automatically declassified. This step is being taken, though it is known that classified information therein will merit 
continued classification, because necessary reviews of the materials could not be accomplished by December 31, 2006. 


(U//FOUO) NOTE: Pursuant to E013526, Section 1.7(d), these materials will be examined for purposes of reclassification on a 
document by document basis, when subjected to access demands, or prior to being accessioned to NARA. 


Table C.l : (U//FOUO) Central Records System File Series 


66- 

Administrative Matters ; 




67E— 

Personnel Files, Reinvestigations of FBI Personnel 


ES5 . . 

■ ■ ■ 


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66 




S ECR g 


Appendix D 

(U//FOUO) Records in the following Central Records System file series and additional records systems will not be reviewed prior to 
the onset of automatic declassification and to the extent that FBI classified information may reside in them it shall be automatically 
declassified: 


Table D.l : (U//FOUO) 


Central Records System File Series 


1 (all but 
the I, J, K 
and L 
alphas) 

Training - Training Coordinator, National Academy, 
Civil Rights, Domestic Terrorism, Computer Intrusions, 
Americas Criminal Enterprise Program, Transnational 
Criminal Enterprise Program, Violent Crime, White 
Collar Crime, Firearms/Legal/Aviation/ 
Surveillance/Other 

National Academy Applicants 




2- 

Neutrality Matters 



. v:;,- ... 


3- 

Overthrow or Destruction of the Government 





4- 

Federal Firearms Act 

State Firearms Control Assistance Act 


National Firearms Act 

Unlawful Possession or Receipt of Firearms 


X:- ' '• .... ' ' . •. 

V;;: 

5- 

Income Tax 





6— 

Interstate Transportation Strikebreakers 





7- 

Kidnapping 

International Parental Kidnapping Crime Act of 1993 


Child Abductions - No Ransom 






67 





8- 

Migratory Bird Act 


9- 

Extortion 

Interstate Domestic Violence 


Interstate Violation of a Protection Order 


10- 

Red Cross Act 

— — ■ ■ __ 

11- 

Tax Matters - Other than Income Tax 

— 

;V'.' ■.■ ■■.. ■ 



12- 

Narcotics 

Drugs 


Drug Demand Reduction Program 



’"A"' " ■ 

;. v . ; ■ ' 1 .,, 

13- 

National Defense Act 

Prostitution 


Selling Liquor within Five Miles of Army Camps 

Fraudulent Enlistment in U.S. Armv 

14- 

Sedition 


■ ■ 


~ — — 

15- 

Thefts from Interstate Shipments 

' — — — — 

16— 

Federal Injunctions 


17- 

War Risk Insurance Act 

Veterans Bureau Matters 


Veterans Administration Matters 

Servicemen's Re- Adjustment Act of 1944 


Veterans Re- Adjustment Assistance Act of 1952 

Ex-Servicemen's Unemployment Compensation Act of 1 958 


Veterans Re- Adjustment Benefits Act of 1966 

War Orphans Educational Assistance Act of 1956 


Veterans Administration Matters - Education, Housing 

Fraud Against the Government - Veterans Administration, 
Department of Veterans Affairs 


Veterans Affairs Matters 

■ 

18- 

May Act 

" ^ — : - ^ 


s 


ORN 


68 

















_ irT^FT^fQFiTn i 


! 

32- 

Federal Building Sites 

Identification - Finger Print Matters, Biometrics Matters 

- 




33- 

Uniform Crime Reporting 


“ 


: /: . . 



34- 

Lacy Act 

' “ 




35- 

Civil Service 





36— 

Mail Fraud 


E ■: : . ■' .. 


. ; .. e ; .au %ee ■ ii 


37- 

False Crimes Against the Government 




' E.- ■■■' ■ '■ ' ■ ' E: ' ' E " :'!• 


38- 

Naturalization 

Applications for Pardons to Restore Civil Rights 


■ . V • . -i, . . -v /: . •. ; ' -X; • . . ....... ' ' - ■' 

; : ■ - 

39- 

Naturalization 

Immigration and Naturalization 


Falsely Claiming Citizenship 



40 - 

Passport and Visa Matters 






41- 

Explosives 





42- 

Deserters 

Deserters - Harboring 


Deserters - Crimes of Violence 



. . ■■ ■■ 


43- 

National Defense 

Illegal Wearing of Uniform 


Illegal Sale of Military Insignia 

Fraudulent Use of Certain Military and Naval Documents 


Forging or Counterfeiting Seal of U.S. Department or 
Agency 

Falsely Making or Forging Naval, Military Official Pass 


Forging or Using Forged Certificate of Discharge From 
Military or Naval Service 

Illegal Manufacture, Use, Possession, Sale of Emblems and 
Insignia 


|RN 


70 













Illegal Manufacture, Sale or Use of Military Cremation 
Urns 

Illegal Manufacture, Possession or Wearing of Civil 
Defense Insignia 


Unauthorized Use of "Smokey Bear," "Johnny Horizon" 
or Woodsy Owl" Symbols 

False Advertising/Misuse of Names, Words, Emblems or 
Insignia 


False Advertising/Misuse of Names to Indicate Federal 
Agencies 

Misuse of Name "Federal Home Loan Mortgage 
Corporation" 


Misuse of the Great Seal of the U.S., Seal of the 
President or Seal of the Vice-President of the U.S 


I:.' : ; ' v. -"f : .: 

.... 


44- 

Civil Rights 

Racial Discrimination 


Voting Rights 

Religious Discrimination 




45- 

Crimes on the High Seas 





46 ~ 

Fraud Against the Government - Anti-Kickback Statute, 
Armed Forces Leave Act of 1946, Conflict of Interest, 

Public Works Administration Act 


Contract Settlement Act, Economic Opportunity Act, 
Kickback Racket Act, Government Agency 
Concemed/Procurement Fraud; Government Agency 
Concemed/Fraudulent Voucher; Department of Labor 
Comprehensive Employment and Training Act, 
Department of Defense, Department of Health, 
Education and Welfare, Department of Housing and 
Urban Development, Department of Labor, Department 
of Transportation, Small Business Administration, 
Veterans Administration 



Servicemen's Dependents Allowance Act of 1942 

Mustering Out Payment Act 


False Claims - Civil Suit 

War Frauds Bribery 


Re-Negotiation Act 

Surplus Property Act 


Dependents Assistance Act of 1950 

Unemployment Compensation Statutes 


SE' 


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71 




Unemployment Insurance Claims of Former Government 
Employees 

Federal Aid Road Act 


Temporary Unemployment Compensation Act 

Lead and Zinc Act 


Trade Expansion Act of 1962 

Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965 


Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act 

Public Safety Officers Benefits Act of 1976 


■ : 

7 - 

47- 

Impersonation 



■ ' ; :: .T ; ■ . '■■■'■ 7 ' ' ■■■■ 7 ■ 7-' : : 

; v; 

48 — 

Postal Violations - Except Mail Fraud 



- , 

. 7:- ;;f'7; 777:7,. ''7, 

49- 

Bankruptcy 

National Bankruptcy Act 



Bankruptcy Fraud 



. 


_ " -77 7 ....7 ■■=,:■ . ; .,,,;77 : ■ 7- 

50- 

Peonage . 

Involuntary Servitude and Slavery 


Human Trafficking 






51- 

Jury Investigations 


.. ' .. . '■ 

... 7 ,7 7- -.5; -:,A . "7 -7^^ :-7:7| 

— _________ 

52- 

Embezzlement of Government Property 

Illegal Possession of Government Property 


Robbery of Government Property 

Destruction of Government Property 


Interference with Government Communications 

Thefts of Government Property 




53- 

Excess Profits on Wool 



7'.-, . ' "7 ■ ■■ : ■ ■ >7 ' ■■ ^ -7: \ ■ 

' ' 7 ."7 " 

54- 

Customs Laws and Smuggling 



^ W ®T 


55- 

Counterfeiting 




v - • 7 '7 

56- 

Corrupt Practices Act 

Elections and Political Activities 


Election Laws - Threats Against Federal, State and Local 

Election Laws 




72 




Candidates 


57- 


Strikes 




58- 


59- 


60- 


61- 




Bribery 


Conflicts of Interest 


Corruption of Federal Public Officials 







World War Adjusted Compensation Act 


Trusts 




Radical Matters 
Misprision of Treason 



the Department of Justice and the Federal Judiciary 


Domestic Police Cooperation 


Fair Credit Reporting Act 


Federal Judiciary Investigations 


Lands Division Matters 


Kickback Racket Act 


Unreported Interstate Shipment of Cigarettes 


Conspiracy 


Liaison With Congressional Committees and Special 
Congressional Studies 


War Labor Disputes Act 


Bribery - Government Agency Concerned 


Federal Bribery 










Antitrust 








Treason 


Eight Hour Day Law 


Federal Cigarette Labeling and Advertising Act 


Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act of 1940 


Tariff Act of 1930 


Civil Suits 


Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 


Liaison With Foreign Governments and International 
Bodies 


General Accounting Office Reviews 


Liaison With Presidential Committees, Commissions and 
Boards 


Case Files Maintained "For Information" or "Information 
Concerning" 




73 







— 31TUJHJL 1 Af i| U1 uHTu 



Case Files on "Sources of Information" 

Publicity About the FBI 


J. Edgar Hoover "Official and Confidential" Files 

Louis B. Nichols "Official and Confidential" Files 


Office of Planning, Evaluations and Audits Final Reports 
and Annotated Draft Copies of Final Reports 

Case Files Relating to Civil Suits Against the FBI and 
Freedom of Information-Privacy Acts Litigations for Which 
Separate Case File Classifications have been Established 


Domestic Police Cooperation 

Fugitive Investigations for Other Federal Agencies 

. ' ; ■ 



63— 

Bank Accountants - Administrative 

Miscellaneous - Non-Subversive/Securitv 


For FBI Headquarters Use Only 



; . " ... ■ /■ ; 


67 — (all 
but the E 
alpha, see: 
Appendix 
C 

Applicant Recruitment and Processing 

Applicant Investigations 


Other Personnel Matters 


VvV: 


. ' . ' . . ■■■■■ ■ . ■■ : : ■ V .. . - ' ■ 

68— 

Alaskan Matters 



i . . ■ ■ 

... 

69— 

Contempt of Court 


70- 

Crimes in Indian Country 

Crimes on Government Reservations 

71- 

Interstate Commerce - Except "Theft From" 
Bills of Lading 

Interstate Transportation of Prison-Made Goods 


False Entries in Records of Interstate Carriers 

Interstate Transportation of Lottery Tickets 1 


Interstate Transportation of Obscene Matter 

Interstate Transportation of Gambling Device 

72- 

Intimidating Witnesses 

Obstruction of Justice 


Obstruction of Court Orders 

Obstruction of Criminal Investigations 





■TFT 1UL 1 //!■ I Uli OTUV 


Pardons 

Parole Violators 

Applications for Executive Clemency 

Applications for Commutation of Sentence 

Background Investigations - Office of the Pardon 
Attorney 


Applications for Pardons After Completion of Sentences 

Probation Violators 

Applications for Pardons to Restore Civil Rights 


Perjury 

; 

Bondmen and Sureties 

Federal Escape Act 

Escape and Rescue 

Parole Violators 
Mandatory Release Violators 


Applicants - U.S. Courts, Departments, International 
Labor Organizations, World Health Organization, 
Maintenance Employees, Contract Personnel, Non- 
Contract Personnel, U.S. Courts 

Illegal Use of Government Transportation Requests 

Missing Persons 

Laboratory Research Matters 

Gold Hoarding 


Escaped Federal Prisoner 

Probation Violators 

Conditional Release Violators 

Escaped Federal Prisoners - Crimes of Violence 


Background Investigations - Presidential Appointments, 
Office of the Vice President, Department of Justice, 
Administrative Office of U.S. Courts, Department of 
Justice, U.S. Attorney’s Office, Congressional Committees 


Public Relations Matters 


75 




\ 

~~ . . : . : — — — 

82— 

83- 

War Risk Insurance Act - Civil 
Court of Claims 

National Service Life Insurance 

84- 

85- 

86- 

Reconstruction Finance Corporation Act 

: ■ ■ ■ U V . ; . 

Home Owners Loan Corporation 

* 

Farm Credit Act 

C'idiiiiii cuuri 


Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation 

rarm v^reait Administration 

Public Works Administration - Agricultural Adjustment 
Administration, Civil Works Administration, National 
Industrial Recovery Act, Work Projects Administration 


Emergency Relief Act 


Fraud Against the Government - Small Business 
Administration 

Federal Lending and Insurance Agencies 



(U) 87 - ‘ * — — 

• National Stolen Property Act - Civil 

• Interstate Transportation of Stolen Property 


88- 

Unlawful Wight - to Avoid Prosecution, to Avoid Giving 
Testimony, to Avoid Custody, to Avoid Confinement, to 
Avoid Prosecution - Parental/Child Abduction Matters 

Child Support Recovery Act Matters 

89 — (all but 
the G 
alpha, see: 
Appendix 

Assassination, Kidnapping, Assault - Members of 

Congress, Executive Department Heads, Supreme Court 
Justices 

— 

Assaulting, Killing a Federal Officer 1 



- STn?ET7/lVUE3Ri\ 


E) 



Assassination, Kidnapping, Assault - Executive 
Department Heads 

Conspiracy to Impede or Injure a Federal Offippr 

Assassination, Kidnapping, Assault - Supreme Court 
Justices 

90- 

91- 

____ 

Irregularities in Federal Penal Institutions 

_ Crimes Against Family Members - Federal Officials 


ociiuv ixo Query 

Bank Extortion 

Bank Larceny 
Bank Burglary 

92 - 

Anti-Racketeering - Lea Act, Interference with 
Government Communication Systems, Hobbs Act 

Racketeering Enterprise Investigations 

93- 

n a 

Ability to Pay Government Claims 

Ascertaining Financial Ability 

94— 

: ' ' j.. . 

95- 

Research Matters 
Laboratory Examinations 

— “ 


Crimes Against Property 

Crimes Against Persons 

' 

Civil Cases 

Crimes Against Society 

96— 

98- 

Alien Applicants 


99- 

oauuiage 

Plant Protection Surveys ' ‘ 

Federal Train Wreck Statute 

100- 

Subversive/Security Matters - Individuals 

Internal Security - Organizations, Communist, Socialist 
Workers Ppirtv Af o • r- ^ 


Domestic Security 

vvuiiKcib rarty, muon or Islam, Specific Country 

‘ L 

1 erronsm Enterprise Investigations - Domestic Terrorism 


^rrnrTfiTifni ihiih 


77 



-^rMET/;UUiiUinV 



Atomic Energy Act - Applicants, Employees 


Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Applicants, 
Employees 

Special Inquiries - Department of Energy - Applicants, 
Department of Energy - Employees, Nuclear Regulatory 
Commission 


Energy Research and Development Administration - 
Applicants, Employees 

Department of Energy - Applicants, Employees 

Background Investigations - Department of Energy, Nuclear 
Regulatory Commission 


Limited Inquires - Department of Energy, Nuclear 
Regulatory Commission 



SEeg£3^QFt)RN 


78 



S E gRE^/NQfOR N 



125 - 


European Recovery Program 
Emergency Relief Program 


Economic Cooperation Administration 


Foreign Operations Administration 


International Cooperation Administration 


Agency for International Development 


Mutual Security Act 


' ■ . 


.j / 


Railway Labor Act 


Employers' Liability Act 




TiFfTI 1 1 1 |i|i|n|| llidTh 1 1 


Applicants - National Science Foundation Act 


Plant Informants 


American Legion Contacts 

Informants 

Loyalty of Employees of the United Nations 


Protection of Strategic Air Command Bases 


^ “ J ~ ine umtea nations backgro und Investijiri^^^ 

— — — — |§* - ~ — 

Unauthorized Publication or Use of Commu n ications Interceptions of Commu nicati on* 

■ 11 . ■ " — — — i ■■ : — . ■ : • •. ■ ■ „ ' ; : 

G O C vTrl 0 e f „f ° Vemment Empl0yees ■ FraUd Against ,he ^ground Investigates - Security of Government 


Employees 


ofheT ° f Personnel Management - Referrals, Employees, J Security of Government Employees 


Suitability Background Investigations 


False Entries in Records of Interstate Carriers 

Illegal Use of Railroad Passes 

Interstate Transportation of Gambling Devices 
Interstate Transportation of Lottery Ticket s 
Broadcasting of Obscene Language 


Limited Inquiries - Security/Suitability of Government 
Employees 


Sexual Exploitation of Children 




Interstate Transportation of Unsafe Refrigerators 



SE 


ORN 


81 



^SESJ^yyivtwuKN- 



Special Inquiries Level I - Presidential Appointments, 
Presidential Appointments Requiring Senate 
Confirmation, White House Staff, 


Special Inquiries Level III - Presidential Appointments, 
Presidential Appointments Requiring Senate 
Confirmation, White House Staff, White House Access, 

5 Year Reinvestigations 

Special Inquiries Congressional Committees 


Special Inquiries Level II - Presidential Appointments, 
Presidential Appointments Requiring Senate Confirmation, 
White House Staff, White House Access, National Security 
Council, 5 Year Reinvestigations 


Special Inquiries Level IV - Presidential Appointments, 
Presidential Appointments Requiring Senate Confirmation, 
5 Year Reinvestigations 

Special Inquiries Congressional Committee 5 Year 
Reinvestiga tions 

Limited Inquiries - White House, Congressional 
Committees 





FORN 


82 



SEEB£X4£gFeRN 


163 — (all Foreign Police Cooperation 

but the I 


Aircraft Hijacking 

Interstate Transmission of Wagering Information 
Interstate Transportation in Aid of Racketeering 
Destruction of Interstate Property 
Interstate Transportation of Wagering Paraphernalia 
(Hydraulic Brake Fluid Act 

Informants - Racial, Extremist 

Motor Vehicle Seat Belt Act 

Sports Bribery 

Civil Rights Act of 1964 

Bombing Matters - Threats, Incendiary Devices, Bomb 
Technician Activities 


Crimes Aboard Aircraft 


175 - 


Assassination, Kidnapping, Assault - President, Vice 
President, Staff Members 


Threats Against the President 



R a c keteering Influence d and Corrupt Organizations Tabor Related Racketeering 



Victim- Witness Assistance Program 



1 89- Equal Credit Opportunity Act 

190- - Freedom of Information- Privacy Acts 

- v 

|9j-- False Identity Matters 

1 92- Hobbs Act - Financial Institutions, Commercial 

Institutions, Armored Carriers 

■J 93 :: Hobbs Act - Commercial In stitutions 

J 94 " Hobbs Act - Corruption of Public Officials 

195 ~~ Hobbs Act - Labor Related ~ 

1 96- Fraud by Wire, R adio or Television 

Telemarketing Fraud 

Other Wire and Mail Fraud Schemes 

197 " Civil Actions - Civil Suits and Claims Against FBI 

Programs 

Claims Against the Gove rnment 

Personnel Related Litigation 

198 ~ Crimes in Indian Country 

204 " Federal Revenue Sharing - State and Local, Crime 

Control Act, Comprehensive Employment and Training 
Act, Housing and Community Development Act, 


SEC 


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85 



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205 - 


206 - 


207 - 


208 - 


209 - 


Railroad Revitalization and Regulatory Reform Act 


Foreign Corruption Practices Act of 1977 


Fraud Against the Government - Department of Defense, 
Department of Agriculture, Department of Commerce, 
Department of the Interior, Community Services 
Administration 


n-'-' : 


Fraud Against the Government - Environmental 
Protection Agency, National Aeronautics and Space 
Administration, Department of Energy, Department of 
Transportation 





; . 




Fraud Against the Government - General Services 
Administration 


Fraud Against the Government - Department of Health, 
Education and Welfare; Department of Health and 
Human Services 


Health Care Fraud 



SEC^^iQEQRN 



SE' 


PRN 




SFTTTTm'NOEeRN 


250- 


251 — 


252- 


SWAT Operations - Domestic Terrorism Matters 



Tampering With Consumer Products 


Controlled Substances Registrant Protection Act of 1 984 


Violent Criminal Apprehension Program 


Crisis Management Program 


Tactical Helicopter Program - Domestic Terrorism Matte™ 


Environmental Crimes - Resource Conservation and 
Recovery Act, Toxic Substance Control Act, 
Comprehensive Environmental Response and Liability Act 
of 1980, Clean Water Act, Safe Drinking Water Act 


Controlled Substances - Robbery, Burglary 


National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime 


Crisis Negotiation Program 


254- 


255- 


Destruction of Energy Facilities 


Counterfeiting of State and Corporate Securities 


Hazardous Liquid Pipeline Safety Act 



‘5Ecb»«®3e5rn 



89 



279— (all 
but the D 
and E 
alphas, see : 
Appendix 
E) 


288— (all 
but the B, 
F, I, J and 
L alphas, 
see : 

Appendix 
E) 


289— (all 
but the G 
alpha, see : 
Appendix 
E) 


Use, Possession, Transfer, Production, Transport of 
Weapons of Mass Destruction - Domestic Terrorism 
Threatening or Attempting to Use, Possess, Produce or 
Transport Weapons of Mass Destruction - Domestic 
Terrorism 



Civil Rights, Color of Law 



Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act 


Computer Intrusions - Criminal Matters, Domestic 
Terrorism Matters 


Technical Support - White Collar Crime Program, Violent 
Crime Program, Criminal Enterprise Programs, Domestic 
Terrorism Program, Civil Rights Program 


Witness Security Program - Organized Crime, General 
Criminal, Domestic Terrorism, White Collar Crime, 
Drugs, Non-FBI Sponsored Past or Present Participation 


: 


: 


SETREi4®tQTT)RN 


90 


301 — 


305— 


306- 





308— (all 
but the I 
alphas, see : 
Appendix 

E) 


Domestic Terrorism Preparedness 



Missing Persons DNA Database 


Innocen tjmage s National Initiative 


Serial Killings 


316- 


318- 


Evidence Response Team - Administrative Matters, 
Training, Crime Scenes: Violent Crime, Americas 
Criminal Enterprise Program, White Collar Crime, 
Domestic Terrorism, Cyber, Police Assistance, Other 


Internet - Extortion, Gambling, Illegal Financing, Money 
Laundering, Obscenity 


Corporate Fraud 


Prime Bank and High Yield Investment Fraud 


SEggfi^gFORN 

Other Security, Commodities Fraud Matters^ 



3 1 9— (all 
but the B, 
D, F, O, U, 
W and X 
alphas, see : 
Appendix 
E) 


Accountable Officer's Accounts Records 


Travel, Transportation Records 


Stores, P lant, Cost Accounting Records 

x a a t t « I 7 "7 I I ■ 1 — — — 


Space, Maintenance Records 


Motor Vehicle Maintenance, Operations Records 


Pr int; ,t r, TV ~ — - — — Communications Records 

Printing, Binding, Duplication, Distribution Records Information Services RecnrHc 

Housing Records — 

Security, Protective Services Records 


Cartographic, Aerial Photographic, Architectural, 
Engineering Records 


Electronic Records 





92 



Table D.2 : (TJ//FOTJO) Additional Privacy Act Records Center 


Justice/FBI-001 

National Crime Information Center 



Justice/FBI-003 

Bureau Mailing Lists 



Justice/FBI-004 

Routine Correspondence Handled bv Predesiened Form 



Justice/FBI-005 

Routine Correspondence Prepared Without File Copy “ 



Justice/FBI-007 

rBI Automated Payroll System 


| 

Justice/FBI-008 

Bureau Personnel Management System 


' - . . : ; ; 

Justice/FBI-009 

Fingerprint Identification Records System 


* 

Justicc/FBI-OIO 

EmployeeT rav el Vouchers and Individual Earning Records - 

; - : . 

: . . 

Justice/FBI-01 1 

Employee Health Records 


i ■ ' •••.•. pp .... ' • s -= .p; ' .•••>.•• / 

Justice/FBI-013 

Security Access Control System 


MM ■■ " ' " ' ■ ' ■* ■ ' ■ ' 

Justice/FBI-014 

FBI Alcoholism Program 

- : 

: ; ■ p ;/ t PP ! 

Justice/FBI-0 1 5 

National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime 



Justice/FBI-016 ’ 

PB1 Counter-drug Information Indices System 

Justice/FBI-017 

National DNA Index System 



SrrTMrTTTNOFORN 


Justice/FBI-018 

National Instant Criminal Background Check System 

Justice/FBI 019 

Terrorist Screening Records System 


Jable D.3 : (U//FOUO) Additiona l Non-Privacy Act Records Systems 



SE< 


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^rnrFTfflfOFjTP 1 1 


Appendix E 


Table E.1: (U//FOUO) Central Records System Fi 


File Series 


II, J, K and 
L- 


89G— 


Training Received - Foreign Counterintelligence, 
International Terrorism 


Training Provided - Foreign Counterintelligence, 
International Terrorism 


Attorney General's Protection Detail 


; . ! - . . 



Operations and Training - International Terrorism Matters 


S_ WAT Operations - International Terrorism Matters | Tactical Helicopter Program - Inte rnational 



256A- 


Hostage Taking - International Terrorism 


259- 


Security Clearance Investigation Program 


260- 


Industrial Security Program 


261 — 


Information Assurance Program 


Overseas Homicide/ Attempted Homicide - International 
Terrorism 


265- 


Acts of Terrorism - International Terrorism 


268- Engineering Technical Matters - Foreign 

Counterintelligence 


270G- 



278- 


Cooperative Witness Program - International Terrorism 


Economic Espionage 


Arms Control Treaty Matters 


Intelligence Oversight Board Matters 



I 


Matters 


Security Officer Matters 


Director's Protective Detail 


b7E 


96 



DQSN29 


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Computer Investigations and Threat Assessment Center 



b7E 





97 






SEC 


98 



801 - 


802 - 


803 - 


805 - 


Intelligence Collection Management - International 
Terrorism 


Intelligence Collection Management - Foreign 
Counterintelligence 


Intelligence Collection Management - Cyber 


Intelligence Collection Management - Other Director of 
National Intelligence Requirements 



Intelligence Analysis, Production - International Terrorism 


Intelligence Analysis, Production - Foreign 
Counterintelligence 

Intelligence Analysis, Production - Cyber 


Intelligence Analysis, Production - Other Director of 
National Intelligence Requirements 


^FfWTVNnrfiFri 


99