Standard Form 312 (SF 312) is a confidentiality agreement that, in accordance with Executive Order 13292, must be signed by federal government staff or one of their contractors, once they have received a security clearance for access to classified information. The form is published by the National Archives and Records Control Information Office and is entitled classified Information Nondisclosure Agreement. SF 312 prohibits the confirmation or repetition of classified information to unauthorized persons, even if this information has already been disclosed. The SF 312 replaces the old SF 189 or SF 189-A. The application of SF-312 is limited to civil actions to impose acts of publicity or to seek monetary policy damages and administrative sanctions, “including reprimands, suspensions, downgrades or withdrawals, in addition to the likely loss of security clearance.” In light of the Company`s disclosure of confidential information to the licensee for use in the company, the contractor accepts the following use and disclosure obligations: It is also possible that at the time of recruitment, a staff member will sign an NDA or NOA type agreement with a company; in fact, some employment contracts will have a clause that generally restricts “confidential information.” Similarly, NDAs are used in the field of information technology and are issued directly before the legal review of accounts. The supplier is not responsible for the involuntary disclosure of the confidential information that emerges, while the contractor takes at least the same care as is normally necessary to protect his own secrets. However, this exception to the contractor`s liability for disclosing confidential information does not apply where the contractor`s procedures are not reasonable due to the nature of the confidential information or where disclosure nevertheless results in liability to the company. The supplier is responsible for disclosing this information, whether intentional, unintentional or accidental, unless otherwise stated below. (c) was received by the recipient, without violation of this agreement, by a third party, without limitation of the use and disclosure of the information; IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties implemented this agreement with effect on the aforementioned date.
The contractor does not include some of the confidential information in the initiation or products, with the exception of a working product provided to the company for the exclusive use of the company. In addition, the contractor has no ownership interest in the confidential information. In addition, the contractor will ask anyone in his organization who has access to confidential information to execute a confidentiality agreement with the obligations set out in this agreement. It is an agreement (“contract”) between the contractor and the disclosure of certain information by the company and the contractor`s handling of this information. CONSIDERING that the recipient is prepared to receive the disclosure of the confidential information for the purposes of the – under the terms of this agreement; To show their agreement, the parties signed this agreement on the dates listed below. This agreement is the whole agreement between the parties regarding the object and replaces any previous written or written statements or agreements. 2.2 No disclosure. The recipient undertakes to do its best to prevent and protect the disclosure of confidential information or portions of the information to a person other than the recipient`s staff, which must be disclosed as part of the recipient`s authorized use of confidential information.