It may be a first in the annals of government secrecy: Declassifying documents to mark the anniversary of their leak to the press. But that is what will happen Monday, when the federal government plans to finally release the secret government study of the Vietnam War known as the Pentagon Papers 40 years after it was first published by The New York Times.
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The Information Security Oversight Office (ISOO), established in 1978, is responsible to the President for overseeing the Government-wide security classification program, and receives policy and program guidance from the National Security Council. ISOO has been part of the National Archives and Records Administration since 1995. You can learn more about ISOO at www.archives.gov/isoo
The Public Interest Declassification Board (PIDB) at the National Archives has been hard at work this year developing recommendations to the President of the United States to transform the national security classification system.
PIDB is an advisory committee established by Congress to advise and provide recommendations to the President and other executive branch officials on the identification, collection, review for declassification, and release of declassified records of archival value. In addition, PIDB advises the President on policies regarding classification and declassification of national security information.
On Thursday, December 6th, the Public Interest Declassification Board will host an open meeting to discuss its recommendations to the President on Transforming the Security Classification System. The full Report to the President will be published online on December 6th . The meeting will focus on the Board’s fourteen recommendations, centering on the need for new policies for classifying information, new processes for declassifying information, and the imperative for using and integrating technology into these processes.
When: December 6, 2012 from 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. DoorsOpen: 8:45 a.m. Where: The Archivist’s Reception Room, Room 105 in the National Archives Building Address: 700 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC (Note: Attendees must enter through the Pennsylvania Avenue entrance.) RSVP: email@example.com
The meeting is open to all, including press and media. Space is limited and attendees must register via firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that one form of Government-issued photo identification (e.g. driver’s license) is required to gain admittance.