Once the content owner decides that new or revised notice language is needed and appropriate,
the content owner must clear the notice language using the notice language clearance
NOTE: If the new or revised notice language involves multiple content owners, the owners
collectively decide who acts as the lead content owner (or “designee”) for notice
The content owner (or designee) will initially decide which of the following two methods
to use to clear the notice language:
the Abbreviated Notice Language Clearance Process (used for language that is minor and not sensitive), or
the Full Notice Language Clearance Process (used for language that is either more than minor or is sensitive).
The content owner or designee will decide which process to use based on whether the
notice language is or is not minor and is or is not sensitive.
For more information on the Abbreviated Process and definitions for minor and sensitive,
see NL 00610.110D in this section.
For more information on the Full Process, see NL 00610.110F in this section.