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Security from Within: Independent Review of the Washington Navy Yard Shooting
Scott Hayford (ed)
On Sept. 16, 2013, Aaron Alexis, a Navy contractor employee with a Secret security clearance, shot and killed 12 U.S. Navy civilian and contractor employees and wounded several others at the Washington Navy Yard. Alexis was also killed. This is the report on the shooting by the Independent Review Panel appointed by the Dept. of Defense (DOD). It identifies structural gaps and weaknesses in DOD security programs, policies and procedures. The recommended changes are fundamental and far-reaching, and reflect the need to replace the underlying premise of installation and personnel security. For decades, DOD has framed installation security as a perimeter problem. This paradigm is outdated. Threats to personnel and classified information increasingly lie within our installations, and come from DOD employees and contractors who are trusted insiders. DOD needs to strengthen security from within, and reframe its policies and programs to counter insider threats. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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