nonsensitive : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s never having had security classification
- Those deemed overly fanatic are discreetly steered into nonsensitive or dead-end jobs, he says, and a soldier needs permission from his commanding officer before he is .
- In so ruling, the court held that Government employees in "nonsensitive" jobs may not be dismissed as security risks under the basic security risk act of 1950.
- The Defense Investigative Service will conduct about 220,000 investigations this year and also complete 900,000 nonsensitive clearance checks for federal agencies.