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Security Clearances: Agencies Need Clearly Defined Policy for Determining Civilian Position Requirements
Brenda S. Farrell (au)
Security clearances allow personnel access to classified information that, through unauthorized disclosure, can, in some cases, cause exceptionally grave damage to U.S. national security. In 2011, the Dir. of National Intelligence (DNI) reported that over 4.8 million federal government and contractor employees held or were eligible for a clearance. To safeguard classified data and manage costs, agencies need an effective process to determine whether civilian positions require a clearance. This report examined the extent to which the executive branch has established policies and procedures for agencies to use when (1) first determining if federal civilian positions require a security clearance and (2) reviewing and revising or validating existing federal civilian position security clearance requirements. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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