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classified matter

Official information or matter in any form or of any nature which requires protection in the interests of national security. See also unclassified matter.
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Joint Chiefs of Staff, stopped short of ruling it out, saying it was a classified matter.
With respect to classified matter, the condition that prevents unauthorized persons from having access to official information that is safeguarded in the interests of national security.
However, since supplies of plutonium are a classified matter, we cannot discuss that in any detail.
The private system was used to send tens of thousands of emails about government business, including classified matters.
Finally, it classified matters on price and outcomes and also enlisted a new formalized RFP process.
In contrast to the governor's practice of publicly airing his views on important and classified matters of the CBC, such as the probe in question, the Audit Committee shall raise the issue of the governor's public pronouncement to the competent body, which is the board of directors.
I also welcome the clarification of the fact that no national security issues were breached, no classified documents made available, and no classified matters briefed.
But the Defence Secretary told MPs: "Mr Werritty was never present at regular departmental meetings, during private meetings we did not discuss either commercial or defence matters, he had no access to classified documents, nor was he briefed on classified matters.
I'm not going to comment on classified matters," Panetta said, but he and Clinton fell back on familiar points about the 'complicated' ties between the US and Pakistan and the checkered history between the two countries.
Traditional diplomats work mostly on classified matters while PD professionals
Our allies ask us, AaeHow can we trust you to deal in classified matters in private, when the details are leaked to the pressAAE?

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