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OADR
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Ran across this on the 'net.  For anyone who fondly recalls the term "OADR" and wondered what the Hell it stood for.

Apparently, within a month, "OADR" won't be a thing anymore.

Quote:–If it has OADR ... Source dated after 15 Oct 1995 and prescribes OADR as duration of Classification, mark all new derivatively classified documents with”Declassify On: 15 Oct 2020”15 Oct 2020 represents 25 years from the with...Declassify On: 15 Oct 2020, 15 Oct 2020 represents 25 years from the last possible appropriate/legal use of the indefinite duration of classification OADR.

–An OCA’s SCG prescribes OADR as the duration of classification: Mark all new derivatively classified documents with “Declassify On: 15 Oct 2020”, this yy,applies regardless of when the SCG was issued, providing it’s  an active SCG.

–Again, 15 Oct 2020 represents 25 years from the last possible legal use of OADR.

-- from a MARFOR brief of 2009.

Oh, yeah.  "OADR" : Originating Agency's Determination Required

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