This course addresses the OPSEC issues that should be considered when reviewing information for public release and public access. Lessons can be applied to preparing information for release in all forms of media (e.g., print, web postings, and public speeches). After completing this course, learners will be able to edit information to be posted, written, and spoken by applying OPSEC principles; and, achieve the originator’s objective without compromising critical information.
Target Audience: Individuals involved in determining what information should be released to the public, such as public affairs officers, web masters, Freedom of Information Act review staff, speechwriters, speakers, classification review personnel, and OPSEC coordinators.
Method of Instruction: Microsoft Teams
Course Length: 8 hours (one eight-hour day). All times are Eastern Time.
19 Dec 2023 Registration opens 14 Nov 2023
23 Jan 2024 Registration opens 20 Dec 2024
14 Feb 2024 Registration opens 23 Jan 2024
15 May 2024 Registration opens 04 Apr 2024
21 Aug 2024 Registration opens 11 Jul 2024
04 Dec 2024 Regristration opens 23 Oct 2024
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