when complete

Russian translation: если формуляр/бланк полностью заполнен

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English term or phrase:when complete
Russian translation:если формуляр/бланк полностью заполнен
Entered by: Erzsébet Czopyk

14:43 Dec 9, 2017
English to Russian translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
English term or phrase: when complete
Колонтитул в Witness Statement

OFFICIAL-SENSITIVE (when complete)
Zoryana Dorak
Ukraine
Local time: 10:44
если формуляр/бланк полностью выполнен
Explanation:
GENERAL PRINCIPLES
1. The public sector holds a very wide range of information and delivers many different
services, but many of the information risks organisations must manage are broadly
similar. The majority of information related to public sector business, operations and
services can be managed as OFFICIAL. Indeed most organisations will operate almost
exclusively at this level.
2. There is no unclassified level below this - any information that is created, processed,
generated, stored or shared within (or on behalf of) HMG is OFFICIAL by definition.
3. There is no requirement to mark routine OFFICIAL information.
4. Personnel, physical and information security controls for OFFICIAL are based on
commercial good practice, with an emphasis on staff to respect the confidentiality of all
information. In some instances a more limited need to know must be enforced and
assured. A single handling caveat ‘OFFICIAL-SENSITIVE’ provides for this.
5. OFFICIAL–SENSITIVE must be clearly marked.

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachm...
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Erzsébet Czopyk
Hungary
Local time: 09:44
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если формуляр/бланк полностью выполнен


Explanation:
GENERAL PRINCIPLES
1. The public sector holds a very wide range of information and delivers many different
services, but many of the information risks organisations must manage are broadly
similar. The majority of information related to public sector business, operations and
services can be managed as OFFICIAL. Indeed most organisations will operate almost
exclusively at this level.
2. There is no unclassified level below this - any information that is created, processed,
generated, stored or shared within (or on behalf of) HMG is OFFICIAL by definition.
3. There is no requirement to mark routine OFFICIAL information.
4. Personnel, physical and information security controls for OFFICIAL are based on
commercial good practice, with an emphasis on staff to respect the confidentiality of all
information. In some instances a more limited need to know must be enforced and
assured. A single handling caveat ‘OFFICIAL-SENSITIVE’ provides for this.
5. OFFICIAL–SENSITIVE must be clearly marked.

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachm...


Erzsébet Czopyk
Hungary
Local time: 09:44
Specializes in field
Native speaker of: Native in HungarianHungarian
PRO pts in category: 158
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Vladimir Alekseev, MCIL: Только "заполнен". Означает, что статус "OFFICIAL-SENSITIVE" относится к заполненному документу, а не к пустому бланку.
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