1. When I accept the privilege of access to classified or other sensitive information, I am also accepting responsibilities that accompany this privilege.

TRUE or FALSE

 

2. My personal life and what I do on my own time is none of the government's business.

TRUE or FALSE

 

3. If I see a co-worker engaging in improper, unreliable or suspicious behavior, it is none of my business and probably wouldn't do any good to report it anyway.

TRUE or FALSE

 

4. I was detained by local law enforcement officials for possible violation of the law against trespassing. Even though I was later released and not charged, I still have to report this to the security office.

TRUE or FALSE

 

5. Serious depression is usually treated as a medical or performance problem, not a security issue.

TRUE or FALSE

 

6. A co-worker mentioned that he thinks people are following him. That’s a little weird, but he seems reliable so I should give him the benefit of the doubt and not report to anyone.

TRUE or FALSE

 

7. If I seek assistance for an alcohol problem, a severe financial problem, or an emotional/mental problem, this will adversely affect my security clearance.

TRUE or FALSE

 

8. Anyone with a security clearance is strongly encouraged to report foreign travel plans to their security office, whether the travel is on official business or for pleasure, and even if the travel is only to Canada or Mexico. 

TRUE or FALSE

 

9. If I obtain alcohol abuse counseling or treatment at my own initiative, through the Employee Assistance Program, I do not need to report this to the security office.

TRUE or FALSE

 

10. Any planned or actual outside employment or activity that could create a real or apparent conflict with your responsibility to protect classified information must be reported to the security office.

TRUE or FALSE