Logistical or financial data.
Government contract information.
Nonsensitive. In rare cases, an Army computer may be designated Nonsensitive, provided it does not
fall into any of the above sensitivity designations. Very few Army computers are designated
Nonsensitive because most Army computers process either classified or unclassified-sensitive
information and are designated at least US2.
A computer can be designated as Nonsensitive only if it processes no classified information and no
unclassified- sensitive information. It can process only what is defined as "public information." "Public
information" is information that is freely available to the general public. There are no restrictions on
the release of this information. The location of Fort Huachuca is "public information."
All Army computers will be designated CS1, CS2, CS3.1, US2, or Nonsensitive, based on the highest
classification or sensitivity of information processed. An Army computer is probably not going to
process only one kind of information. If a computer processes information that is in different
sensitivity levels, it will be designated at the highest level. This is like determining the overall
classification of a document; that's based on the highest classification of information in the
EXAMPLE: A computer will be used to process SECRET information (which is CS3) and TOP
SECRET information (which is CS2). This computer will be designated CS2. Of the two types of
information processed, TOP SECRET (CS2) is the highest classification.