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Security Clearance

A security clearance indicates successful completion of a security assessment; allows access to classified information. There are three security clearance levels: confidential, secret and top secret.

(Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat)

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References

Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat. (2003). Glossary – Subject: Security. In Information Management. Retrieved August 4, 2009 from
http://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/cioscripts/gloss/gloss-alpha_e.asp?SubjectID=62&who=/im-gi/#226.
     
Security Clearance

A security clearance indicates successful completion of a security assessment; allows access to classified information. There are three security clearance levels: confidential, secret and top secret.

(Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat)

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References

Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat. (2003). Glossary – Subject: Security. In Information Management. Retrieved August 4, 2009 from
http://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/cioscripts/gloss/gloss-alpha_e.asp?SubjectID=62&who=/im-gi/#226.

Approved for glossaryposting by Ben Eisen on December 5, 2010


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