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Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has said the law is vital to the smooth operation of Japan's newly-established National Securities Council, which expanded the command functions of the prime minister's office in drawing up country's foreign and security policies, given that the law will allow the US and other allies to share sensitive security information with Japan.
The bill orders the TSA to report to Congress a strategic multiyear technology spending plan, which should include sensitive transportation security risks, technology vulnerabilities or other sensitive security information.
Nolan's amicus brief filed today raises the recent admission against interest by DHS's Andrew Colsky that he violated MacLean's rights with a retroactive and speculative Sensitive Security Information (SSI) classification as a "misconduct" basis to terminate his non-probationary federal employment.
All information considered Sensitive Security Information by the Transportation Security Administration has been removed from this product.
It is thought to be carrying a considerable amount of toxic rocket fuel as well as sensitive security information which America would not want falling into the wrong hands.
The law requires Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff to draft new regulations for the system of sensitive security information administered by the Transportation Security Administration.
And I was told, with great insistence and a straight face, that they could not tell me whether or not the metal detector could detect plastic, because that was sensitive security information.
Third, these same parties need to design a process to evaluate, classify, and disseminate sensitive security information.