In response to agency requests, we are proposing revisions to the CUI Registry’s list of categories and subcategories to make it easier to navigate and understand. We’ve started with some small organizational changes that we hope will address confusion about the difference between categories and subcategories, clarify a few of the category names, and make it easier to find types of CUI on the Registry listing. These revisions are: Continue reading “Agency review: Proposed category-subcategory list changes for easier use”
by Mark Riddle
Markings during phased implementation
- When can I start using the CUI markings and following the requirements of the CUI Program?
The CUI Registry is a listing of the categories/subcategories of CUI that are required (or permitted) to be protected by law, Federal regulation, and Government-wide policy. While the Registry was compiled through agency submissions, the entirety of those submissions were vetted to ensure that the text in the law, Federal regulation, or Government-wide policy identified an information type and called for (or permitted) the protection of the information. By bringing all these authorities together in one place for Continue reading “The CUI Registry and reform”
1. What is the Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) Program?
The CUI Program is a Government-wide program that standardizes the way the executive branch manages unclassified information that requires safeguarding or dissemination controls required by law, Federal regulation, and Government-wide policy. This Program replaces existing agency programs like For Official Use Only (FOUO), Sensitive But Continue reading “Questions and answers: CUI Program”