Evaluation of USAID's Implementation of Executive Order 13526, Classified National Security Information
The Office of Security develop, implement, and document a sampling method for reporting classification decisions that can be projected to the total population of classifiers at USAID.
The Office of Security train employees who are required to report information on classification decisions to make sure they understand their reporting duties, and document such training.
The Office of Security update Automated Directives System 568 to state that inspections of classified documents shall be conducted using a representative sample.
The Office of Security conduct inspections of classified information using a formal process with a representative sample, and document the results of the testing.
The Office of Security implement a procedure to work with the Chief Information Office during inspections to sample users of the electronic system (ClassNet) and test for overclassification and classification markings.
The Office of Security identify documents marked incorrectly during inspections and explain proper marking to employees performing the classifications, and document the results.
The Office of Security identify employees who perform a large quantity of derivative classifications, and enforce proper management of classified information by including it as an element in their performance evaluations.
The Office of Security publish USAID's classification guide during fiscal year 2014.
The Office of Security update Automated Directives System 568 to reflect the Agency's current requirements for employees recording classification decisions.
Office of Security work with the Chief Information Office to train ClassNet users on how to use the marking tool, and document such training.
The Office of Security provide customized original classification authority training annually to original classifiers, and document they have completed the training.