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Results in Brief 3
DOE and DOD Lack Clear OUO and FOUO Guidance in Key
Neither DOE nor DOD Requires Training or Conducts Oversight 9
Recommendations for Executive Action 12
Agency Comments and Our Evaluation 12
Appendix I Comments from the Department of Energy 16
Appendix II Comments from the Department of Defense 20
Appendix III GAO Contacts and Staff Acknowledgments 23
Table 1: FOIA Exemptions 5
Figure 1: DOE's OUO Stamp 7
Department of Defense
Department of Energy
Freedom of Information Act
For Official Use Only
Official Use Only
GAO-06-369 Managing Sensitive Information
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