The Information Security Oversight Office (ISOO) recently issued its Fiscal Year 2010 Report to the President providing data about the Government-wide security classification. ISOO is responsible to the President for policy and oversight of the Government-wide security classification system and the National Industrial Security Program and is part of the National Archives.
Highlights of the report include:
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branch agencies reported 2,378 original classification authorities (OCA), a 7 percent reduction from FY 2009 and the lowest number reported to date.
- Agencies reported 224,734 original classification decisions.
- Executive branch agencies reported 76,571,211 derivative classification decisions; a 40 percent increase from FY 2009. This is an expected increase due to revised reporting requirements intended to better capture classification activity in the electronic environment.
- Under automatic declassification, agencies reviewed 45,386,491 pages and declas¬sified 24,238,273 pages of historically valuable records.
- Under systematic declassification reviews, agencies reviewed 5,797,022 pages, and declassified 4,630,410 pages.
- Under discretionary declassification reviews, agencies reviewed 1,903,832 pages, and declassified 181,607 pages.
- A total of 53,087,345 pages were reviewed for declassification and 29,050,290 pages were declassified.
- Agencies reviewed 3,330 pages on appeal, and declassified 1,308 pages in their entirety, declassified 1,057 pages in part, and retained classification of 965 pages in their entirety.