Intelligence Community Policy Guidance Number 707.1: Center for Security Evaluation Construction Security Review Board (Effective 12 June 2008)   [open pdf - 249KB]

"This policy guidance establishes the authorities and responsibilities of the DNI [Director of National Intelligence] Construction Security Review Board (CSRB) as a forum between the Secretary of State and the DNI for review and concurrence of Department of State (DoS) Construction Security Plans (CSPs) and design documentation prior to implementation. The CSRB shall : (1) Serve as the formal mechanism to provide DNI construction security consultation and coordination to the Secretary of State for overseas diplomatic facilities. (2) Review CSPs and relevant design documentation for new construction and major renovations to existing, newly acquired, and newly leased diplomatic facilities where classified activities are conducted. (3) Validate that appropriate and adequate steps are taken to ensure the security of overseas construction projects at U .S. diplomatic facilities. (4) Validate that the diplomatic facility incorporates : a. Adequate measures for protecting classified information, including national intelligence and intelligence sources and methods, b. Adequate measures for protecting national security related activities, c. Adequate protection for the personnel working in the diplomatic facility, and d. A plan for the continued evaluation and maintenance of security at such facility. (5) Provide expert advice on issues referred by the Director, Center for Security Evaluation (D/CSE) involving design documentation and procedures affecting the security of U.S. diplomatic facilities abroad."

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ICPG 707.1; Intelligence Community Policy Guidance No. 707.1
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