Classified & Controlled Unclassified Information



 
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  • 8.1 Divulging CUI or classified information to the public or unauthorized personnel constitutes a serious breach of the obligations of the University and project personnel, and may constitute grounds for professional discipline, termination of employment, and civil or criminal prosecution, depending on the nature of the disclosure. The University will cooperate fully with any law enforcement actions. Further, intentional disclosure of designated CUI or classified information without authorization may result in forfeiture of federal research funding and termination of affected programs or projects
  • 8.2 Principal Investigators must notify the UTEP Assistant Facility Security Officer (ASFO) as soon as possible after discovery of any accidental or intentional disclosure of designated CUI or classified information.   The University will in turn notify the sponsoring agency program officer as appropriate.

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