"PROTECT AS RESTRICTED DATA"

    contractor sites have been authorized to use the PARD designation:

    a.   Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico.

    b.   Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, California.

    c.   Sandia National Laboratories - Albuquerque, Albuquerque, New

    d.   EG&G, Energy Measurements Inc. - North Las Vegas Facility, Las
         Vegas, Nevada, and Nevada Test Site, Mercury, Nevada.

    e.   Los Alamos National Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore National
         Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratory, Albuquerque - North Las
         Vegas Facility, Las Vegas, Nevada, and Nevada Test Site, Mercury,


    a.   Authorization to Use the PARD Designation.  Approval by the
         Director of Nonproliferation and National Security is required
         prior to using the designation of PARD at any site.  Authorizations
         to use the PARD designation are valid for only 1 year.

    b.   PARD Protection Requirements.  The security measures contained
         herein apply only to PARD information as it appears as output.
         Within the classified AIS (including communication lines), PARD
         information shall be protected consistent with the highest level of
         the information in the classified AIS or, at a minimum, at the
         Secret-Restricted Data level.  To ensure against abuse of the
         policy, the CSSM shall conduct periodic and selective reviews of
         the material marked by the users as PARD.

    c.   Determination of Use.  The user shall determine the use of the PARD
         marking for his/her information.  The PARD marking shall only be
         used if all the following criteria are met:

         (1)  A classified AIS output is generated that may contain limited
              quantities of classified information that is not readily
              recognized as classified or unclassified due to its being
              contained in large quantities of unclassified information.

         (2)  Operational conditions resulting from the large volume of the
              documents preclude utilization of certain security measures
              applicable to classified information.

         (3)  The classified AIS output contains a substantial volume with a
              low density of potentially classified information.

         (4)  Examples of classified AIS output that may be committed to
              PARD security measures are:

              (a)  Numerical output from weapon code calculations.

              (b)  Weapon code programming statements, excluding
                   documentation of the program, explanatory notes, and
                   similar clear text material associated with a weapon

         (5)  PARD information shall be marked as follows:

              (a)  The classified AIS output shall be conspicuously marked
                   on each page or sheet with the words "PROTECT AS
                   RESTRICTED DATA."  On output where space does not allow,
                   the letters "PARD" may be used.

              (b)  This marking shall be applied at the time of origination
                   of the classified AIS output (e.g., printouts,

              (c)  When the "Protect as Restricted Data" marking cannot be
                   included in a Cathode Ray Tube display, the marking shall
                   be affixed to the Cathode Ray Tube.

              (d)  All PARD output shall show the date of origination.

         (6)  PARD information shall be generated and used only in a DOE
              Limited Area wherein all assigned personnel have been cleared
              to the accreditation level of classified information approved
              for the classified AIS.

         (7)  PARD classified AIS output when not in use shall be stored
              within a Security Area in a manner consistent with at least
              one of the following:

              (a)  In a manner authorized for Secret documents (DOE

              (b)  In a secure storage container or filing cabinet equipped
                   with a locking device; or

              (c)  When the volume is so large it becomes operationally
                   necessary, PARD matter may be stored, at a minimum,
                   within a security area where it is administratively
                   controlled during workhours and maintained under locked
                   conditions during nonworkhours.

         (8)  PARD classified AIS output shall be destroyed in the same
              manner as classified documents.  Physical destruction shall be
              accomplished in compliance with DOE 5635.1A.

         (9)  PARD data/information shall be transferred as follows:

              (a)  The PARD document(s) to be transferred from the site in
                   which it was originated to another site shall be reviewed
                   for classification (DOE 5650.2B, IDENTIFICATION OF
                   CLASSIFIED INFORMATION) marked accordingly and, if
                   classified, marked, handled, protected, and transferred
                   as other classified documents (DOE 5635.1A).

              (b)  PARD documents may be electronically transmitted between
                   sites authorized to originate and use PARD without such
                   classification review.  However, the data shall be
                   protected at the accreditation level of the classified
                   AIS on which it was produced.

              (c)  The transfer of PARD documents between points within a
                   Security Area shall be made in the personal custody of Q
                   cleared personnel or other appropriately cleared person
                   approved by the DAA.

              (d)  PARD documents transferred between Security Areas located
                   at the same site shall be in the personal custody of a Q
                   cleared person or other appropriately cleared person
                   approved by the DAA.  The PARD documents shall be
                   double-wrapped with only the inner wrap marked with
                   "Protect as Restricted Data" marking.  Both the inner
                   wrapping and the outer wrapping shall contain the
                   classified address of the person to whom the matter is to
                   be delivered.  Large quantities of PARD documents may be
                   transferred in locked substantial containers, such as a
                   brief case, in lieu of the outer wrapper.  The case or
                   container shall bear the dispatcher's or recipient's name
                   and address.

              (e)  The CSSM at each site approved for the use of PARD
                   documents shall ensure proper control and use of PARD
                   documents by ensuring that each user is thoroughly aware
                   of the special security measures necessary for the
                   handling of PARD information.  The CSSM shall ensure that
                   an annual review is conducted to assure that
                   accumulations of PARD documents are kept to a minimum.
                   The CSSM shall ensure that unnecessary documents are
                   destroyed without delay.