||MANDATING DIRECTIVE, ORDER OR INSTRUCTION
|USMC Annual Security Training
||Comprised of 3 Modules
||DODI 5240.6 & DODD 5205.02
|USMC Annual Security Training: Basic Information & Personnel Security
||Covers: accessing classified information, managing classified documents, and sharing classified information.
|USMC Annual Security Training: Anti-Terrorism and Force Protection
||Covers: procedures for dealing with any suspected terrorism activity, recognize possible threats and situations for terrorist activity, and what protective measures can be taken.
|USMC Annual Security Training: Counter-Espionage Awareness
||Identify types of people and organizations likely to conduct espionage against the U.S.; recognize circumstances and situations that allow intelligence sources to be targeted and recruited; recognize indicators that espionage may be occurring; identify behavior and activities that must be reported to NCIS.
|Information Assurance (IA)
||Training shall include computer security basics; computer security policies and procedures; contingency planning; and systems life cycle management.
||5 CFR 930.301 & MARADMIN 118/11
||Course depicts situations where terrorists can merge and combine seemingly insignificant facts into significant pieces of information. This course consists of a power point presentation developed and aimed at civilian employees who work for government projects. The presentation describes and demonstrates methods in which information can be gathered from memos, blogs, and other agency communication means. The goal of the presentation is to raise the civilian employee’s level of OPSEC awareness in the cyber environment.
|Anti-Terrorism Level 1 (AT Level 1)
||Orient all civilian personnel on general terrorist threat and personal protection measures that could reduce vulnerability to acts of terrorism.
|Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
||DoD Commands shall provide training on information privacy laws, regulations, policies, and procedures governing the Department’s collection, maintenance, use or dissemination of personal information.
||DOD 5400.11R & MARADMIN 118/11
|Equal Employment Opportunity
||Commands are required to communicate through training to their employees their equal employment opportunity policy and programs.
||29 CFR 1614.102(a)(4)
|Prevention of Sexual Harassment
||Commands shall provide training programs to teach employees at all levels how to identify and prevent sexual harassment
|No FEAR Act
||Commands shall train all of its employees (including supervisors and managers) about the rights and remedies available under Anti discrimination Laws and Whistle Blower Protection Laws.
||Section 202 of Public Law 107-174
||Commands shall provide training that covers gifts between employees, gifts from outside sources, misuse of position, and working with and interacting with contractors.
||5 CFR 2638.703 & DODD 5500.7
||Federal agencies are required to provide new employees with educational and training materials on the U.S. Constitution as part of the new employee orientation materials; and provide all Federal agency employees educational and training materials on the Constitution on September 17th. http://constitutionday.cpms.osd.mil/
||Congressional Appropriations Bill H.R. 4818, P.L. 108-447
|Combating Trafficking in Persons (CTIP)
||Commands shall conduct annual awareness training for all members of their Commands to educate all DON civilians on the worldwide trafficking menace, national TIP policy and attendant personal responsibilities consistent with DoD core values and ethical standards.
|Drug Free Workplace Program
||Provides the employee with a survey of drug testing policies, as well as an overview of the effects that alcohol and drugs have on the body.
||MCO 12792.1 & CHRM 792.3
|Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
||Provides the employee with information about the Employee Assistance Program and the available resources.
|Occupational Safety & Health (OSHA)
||Commands are required to develop a plan for safety and awareness training. Topics will vary.
||29 CFR 1960.59(a)
||At a minimum, the training must include: a definition of OPSEC and its relationship to the command’s security, intelligence, and information assurance programs; the command’s critical information list; an overview of the OPSEC process; and the command’s potential vulnerabilities associated with social media. This requirement may be met by completing MarineNet course: “Uncle Sam’s OPSEC,” code OPSECUS001.
|Training for Accountable Officials (AO) and Certifying Officers (CO)
||This training addresses responsibilities of and qualifications for certifying officers and their selection and appointment; certification of vouchers for payment; random review of disbursement vouchers; departmental accountable officials (DAOs); and pecuniary liability.
||Public Law 104-106blic Law 104-106
||This training informs employees: (a) Of their responsibility to create and maintain records. (b) How to identify records and distinguish them from non-record materials. (c) Not to remove records from Government custody or destroy them, except as required or allowed under authorized record schedules. (d) To inform appropriate officials of any actual, impending, or threatened unlawful removal, alteration, or destruction of Federal records; and the sanctions provided for the unlawful removal or destruction of Federal records. (e) To identify personal papers and maintain them separately from organizational records.
|Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA)
||This training informs supervisors of the purpose of USERRA, the obligations of the employer, responsibilities of the employee, coverage and applicability, reemployment eligibility, use of leave, military leave, protections, excused absences, time limits, service credit, appeal rights, etc.
||Public Law 110-389