Description: This curriculum helps personnel gain familiarity with the Department of the Army (DA) Foreign Disclosure Program. Students learn how foreign disclosure affects Army operations and activities. It helps students understand the laws, executive orders, and policies and procedures necessary for performing the critical task of foreign disclosure. Foreign Disclosure with allied and other friendly countries is an increasingly important part of our national security and Defense acquisition strategy. International armaments cooperation, in its many forms, enhances interoperability, stretches declining recoginition that coalitions are the preferred way for U.S. forces to confront major regional and global security issues. This requires that the United States share technology, classified military information, and controlled unclassified information with allies, other friendly countries, and coalition partners.
Media: Web-Based Training
Length: 2 hours, 30 minutes
Target Audience: DA military, civilian and contractor personnel who require a basic understanding of foreign disclosure in the international security environment , specifically in international programs, coalition operations, and activities that involve the disclosure of U.S. classified military information (CMI) to foreign governments and international organizations.
Clearance Requirements: None
Prerequisites: Introduction to Army Foreign Disclosure and Contact Officers Course GS201.06
Requirements: At the completion this curriculum, the student is required to take an examination and score 70% or greater to receive a certificate of successful course completion.
System Requirements: Internet Explorer 6.0, Flash Player 8, Internet bandwidth connection (DSL or better), Display 1024 x 768, Audio (16-bit sound card), Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0.
Credit Recommendations: N/A
Note: This curriculum is especially suited for Army personnel requiring an understanding of foreign disclosure but do not execute duties as a Foreign Disclosure Officer (FDO), Foreign Disclosure Representative (FDR), or Contact Officer.
PLEASE NOTE: The student is required to take the Introduction to Army Foreign Disclosure Course GS201.06. If you have not already taken the introduction course, please make sure you check the box indicating the registration for the introduction course is required.
CDSE courses are intended for use by Department of Defense and other U.S. Government personnel and contractors within the National Industrial Security Program.