"At various stages along the way, she would have received briefings on procedures for safeguarding classified information, and she would have signed nondisclosure agreements," Mr. Aftergood said. "But that doesn't mean she would be entirely familiar with the minutiae of marking classified documents, which is more of an administrative function."
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