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Reconciling Security, Disclosure, and Record-Retention Requirements in Transit Procurements (2010)

Chapter: APPENDIX E: Sample Nondisclosure Agreements

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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX E: Sample Nondisclosure Agreements." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2010. Reconciling Security, Disclosure, and Record-Retention Requirements in Transit Procurements. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/14404.
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74 APPENDIX E: Sample Nondisclosure Agreements The Transportation Research Board does not endorse a particular nondisclosure agreement (NDA). Transit agencies should work with their counsel to determine the appropriate format for NDAs intended to protect secu- rity information. NDA information is provided here for informational purposes only. Alaska Department of Transportation NDA for conditional access,$FILE/SSI+non- disclosure+AMHS+Security.pdf. Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Non-Disclosure and Confidentiality Agreement, Virginia Department of Transportation CII/SSI Individual Non-Disclosure Agreement, Disclosure%20(Individual)%20V5.PDF. Virginia Department of Transportation Critical Infrastructure Information (CII), Sensitive Security Informa- tion (SSI) Agreement to Establish a Company Representative, Department of Homeland Security NDA,

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TRB‘s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Legal Research Digest 32: Reconciling Security, Disclosure, and Record-Retention Requirements in Transit Procurements highlights the legal requirements that are relevant to the transit procurement process of balancing the competing needs of open government and public security. The report explores federal and state requirements concerning record retention and disclosure, as well as practices transit agencies have adopted to meet their responsibilities in balancing these competing public policy interests.

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