When you are looking to receive a controlled unclassified employee information (CUI) letter from your employer, you may be able to avoid the hassle of writing it yourself by using this easy method.CUI letters are controlled unclassified documents that are required for a certain employee to work or be hired.
They are generally written by the agency’s human resources staff to help them understand the employee’s duties, responsibilities, and other information.
To receive a control letter, you must submit a controlled and unclassified document.
You can find out more about controlling unclassified documents here.
Here are the steps to use this method.
Step 1: Submit the controlled and unsolicited documentStep 2: Complete the control and unsourced formStep 3: Send the controlled document to your employerStep 4: Keep in mind that it’s a controlled document and can’t be edited or changed by your employer.
For example, the control letter will be restricted to a specific employee, such as your senior manager.
To learn more about control unclassification, visit our CUI letter FAQs.