Classified Jumbo Pouch
- 13 3/4 X 10 1/4 X 1 inch
- Made of 95% post-consumer recycled material
Great for keeping precious things together and safe, this large zippered pouch is sturdy, with a fun motif. Whether it be sensitive but unclassified or top secret material, whatever it conceals is bound to be a curiosity.
Classified information can take any form. While paper documents are most common, there are classified photographs, maps, motion pictures, videotapes, databases, microfilms, hard drives, and CDs. Regardless of medium, classified information requires protection until it is formally declassified.
The federal government's current system of marking and controlling security-classified information dates from World War II. Very little pre-1941 information still meets the criteria for continued classification. Only very specific information dating from before 1942 controlled by the National Security Agency regarding signals intelligence, by the United States Secret Service regarding the protection of the President, and by the U.S. Mint concerning the gold bullion depository at Fort Knox remains classified.