1. the name, address and telephone number of the representative and designated alternate of that contracted undertaking in the United States or overseas territory; 2. The contract number and the military command of the treaty; 3. The highest classification category of defence-related information to which the contractor`s employees have access, which shall comply with the company`s classification level and the personal joint adjudication system (JPAS) cage code; (4) facilities in the United States (in the Overseas Territories only the APO number(s)) where the order work is performed; 5. The start date of the contractor`s operation on the basis of the United States or overseas; (6) the expected date of completion of operations on the U.S. or overseas basis; and (7) Any changes to the information previously provided pursuant to this clause. (b) Prior to the commencement of classified information operations on an installation indicated on Form DD 254, for which the Contractor is not required to have a security clearance for the installation, the Contractor shall enter into a security agreement (or agreement) with the Facility Commander for the group of visitors, in order to ensure that the Contractor`s security procedures are properly integrated with those of the Facility. The agreement must indicate at least the security measures that will be implemented: this contract contains a Form DD 254, DOD Contract Security Classification Specification, and requires service at a government site in the United States or abroad. . .

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