Maintaining Command Religious Program (CRP) Files and Records
RP, Module III, NET 287-03-45-83, Chapter 3, Pages 3-1 through 3-18
Learning Objective: Differentiate
between a centralized and decentralized
filing system; specify what types of
filing equipment and materials are used
in the office of the chaplain; recognize
the procedures for safeguarding classified
files and records.
In a decentralized filing system, official
correspondence is maintained in the office
having primary need for the
A centralize filing system is normally
used at commands which maintain classified
files and records.
The standard Navy five-drawer steel
cabinet occupies more floor space than
the four-drawer steel cabinet.
Straight-cut file folders are preferred
over one-third-cut file folders for use
in the office of the chaplain.
One-third-cut file folders are ordered
according to tab position in lots of
10 folders per box
20 folders per box
30 folders per box
50 folders per box
Every Religious Program Specialist must
be eligible for access to classified
Vaults provide the most secure means of
stowing classified materials and
All EXCEPT which of the following
statements are true regarding the handling
and stowage of classified material?
Portable cabinets offer little
security for stowing classified
Wood file cabinets offer little
protection against fire damage
Metal cabinets offer protection against
theft and fire
Keylocks are more secure than
procedures contained in the Standard
Subject Identification Cedes (SSICs)
publication; differentiate between
major, primary, secondary, tertiary,
and arbitrary numerical subject
groups; explain the requirements for
using the SSIC system in the Command
Religious Program including classifying,
filing, and cross-referencing
The basic guidelines for categorizing
correspondence in the Navy are set forth
in which of the following publications?
3-10. The SSIC system consists of what total
number of major numerical subject groups?