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Administration and Resource Management, Headquarters Marine Corps

1. The HQMC Key and Lock Program is administered by the Director, Administration Resource Management Division (Dir AR), Security Programs and Information Management Branch (ARS). This program is designed for the protection of classified networks, material and systems, government and personal property within office spaces assigned to Headquarters Marine Corps Staff Agencies and Departments throughout the Pentagon Reservation (Pentagon and FOB#2).

2. The purpose of the message is to remind all HQMC staff agencies/departments of the procedures for requesting key and lock support for Marine Corps activities assigned throughout the Pentagon Reservation. The procedures for requesting these products and services are as follows:

a. All request for the installation or repair of all locking devices (i.e. X09 Safe Locks and installation of CD X09 door combination locks, Simplex mechanical locks, L1021 mechanical push button Unican Locks, American Magnetic locks etc.) exterior or interior shall be requested via e-mail to the address listed below. The subject line should read, “LOCK SUPPORT”.

b. Request for repairs to Card Readers or any associated hardware for the Electronic Access Control System must be requested from the Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA), Alarm Monitor and Security System Maintenance at (703) 697-8292. This number should also be called for emergency lock-outs or repairs for the Electronic Access Control System only.

c. For all other lock-out emergencies, agency/ department Security Managers or representatives should immediately contact via phone, the Physical Security Manager at  (571) 256-8648 or (703) 254-3541.

d. Agency/Department Security Managers must record all combinations for security containers and exterior or interior doors that have been equipped with a General Services Administration (GSA) approved combination lock (i.e. X07, X08, X09 or high security padlock) on a Standard Form 700 (SF-700). These forms should be stored in a GSA approved security container outside of your respective office space in the event the combination must be accessed by other authorized individuals to gain entry into classified material or information commensurate with the highest classification of the overall office space or security container. It is also recommended the SF-700 be stored in a location where 24 hour access to the combination is available.

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