- Class 6 containers are typically used for storage of classified information They come in file cabinet and map and plan styles and are good for documents, laptops, software, hard drives maps and other small items.
- Classified and non-classified materials should never be stored together.
- GSA approved containers must have a GSA label affixed to the front…
- no GSA label; it’s not an approved container and will have to be recertified. You can find information here.
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