U.S. Personnel Security Practices: Hearings Before the Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws of the Committee of the Judiciary, United States Senate ; Eighty-eighth Congress, First Session, Appendix: Departmental and Agency Rules and Regulations
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1963 - Internal security - 1185 pages
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accordance action activity additional administrative advised Air Force application appointing appropriate Army assigned Assistant association authority background investigation charges Chief Civil Service Commission civilian personnel classified clearance clearly consistent command completed concerned conducted consideration considered continuing copy counsel decision Defense Department designated determination Director duty effect employee employing employment Establishment Executive Order 10450 favorable Federal field final findings Form forwarded furnished further Government granted head indicated individual initiated installation instructions Intelligence interests involved issued letter limited material ment military national agency check national security Naval naval activity Navy NCPI necessary officer organization paragraph period person personnel position prior procedures processing reasons received recommendation record referred regulations Relations removal reply representative request responsible screening Secretary security clearance security hearing board separation statement submitted suspension taken tion United witnesses written inquiries
Page 27 - Membership in, or affiliation or sympathetic association with, any foreign or domestic organization, association, movement, group, or combination of persons which is totalitarian, Fascist, Communist or subversive, or which has adopted, or shows a policy of advocating or approving the commission of acts of force or violence to deny other persons their rights under the Constitution of the United States, or which seeks to alter the form of the Government of the United States by unconstitutional means.
Page 230 - Membership in, affiliation with or sympathetic association with any foreign or domestic organization, association, movement, group or combination of persons, designated by the Attorney General as totalitarian, fascist, communist, or subversive, or as having adopted a policy of advocating or approving the commission of acts of force or violence to deny other persons their rights under the Constitution of the United States, or as seeking to alter the form of government of the United States by unconstitutional...
Page 111 - Any Illness, Including any mental condition, of a nature which in the opinion of competent medical authority may cause significant defect in the judgment or reliability of the employee, with due regard to the transient or continuing effect of the Illness and the medical findings in such case.
Page 335 - ... representative of a foreign nation whose interests may be inimical to the interests of the United States, or with any person who advocates the use of force or violence to overthrow the Government of the United States or the alteration of the form of Government of the United States by unconstitutional means.
Page 280 - Any facts which furnish reason to believe that the individual may be subjected to coercion, influence, or pressure which may cause him to act contrary to the best interests of the national security.
Page 256 - General; the Secretary of Defense; the Secretary of the Army; the Secretary of the Navy; the Secretary of the Air Force; the Secretary of the Treasury...
Page 279 - Performing or attempting to perform his duties, or otherwise acting, so as to serve the interests of another government in preference to the interests of the United States; f.
Page 75 - The defense establishment should know — and now — whether its program is constitutional and, if not, wherein it is deficient. I am sure that it will remember that in other times of emergency — no more grave than the present — it was permitted, without any hearing whatsoever — much less with confrontation and cross-examination — to ğremove American citizens from their homes on the West Coast and place them in concentration camps. See Hirabayashi v. United States, 320 US 81 (1943); Korematsu...
Page 53 - Certain principles have remained relatively immutable in our jurisprudence. One of these is that where governmental action seriously injures an individual, and the reasonableness of the action depends on fact findings, the evidence used to prove the Government's case must be disclosed to the individual so that he has an opportunity to show that it is untrue.
Page 513 - The head of any department or agency shall designate or cause to be designated, any position within his department or agency the occupant of which could bring about, by virtue of the nature of the position, a material adverse effect on the national security as a sensitive position.