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Jun
26
lindy.kyzer
Digital Privacy Advocates and Security Clearances
Cleared News
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In an era of Wikileaks and open data advocates, is it time to revamp the Standard Form-86 security clearance questionnaire?
Feb
24
lindy.kyzer
Security Clearance Process: Pathetic?
Cleared News, Getting/Updating a Clearance
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An 0p-ed in the Washington Post by former deputy secretary of defense and chairman of the Defense Policy Board John Hamre calls the current security clearance process pathetic.

Hamre relayed the process he had to go through for his recent top secret security clearance renewal. For unclear reasons he had to re-submit his electronic SF-86. While this itself was an annoyance, it seemed to be the security clearance interview that sent Hamre over the edge in his frustration with the process.

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Jan
5
lindy.kyzer
New Contract Seeks to Streamline Defense Department Security Clearance Process
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A $39 million task order contract awarded this week to CACI International Inc. includes software engineering and integration services for the Defense Logistics Agency’s security clearance process.

Dan Allen, CACI President of U.S. Operations, said, “With this new task order to support the Department of Defense, CACI will directly enhance the nation’s ability to ensure that only the highest quality professionals receive security clearances. Our direct experience in building advanced interoperable and modular systems for the federal government makes us an excellent choice for this important work.”

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Dec
20
lindy.kyzer
Trial of Wikileaks Suspect Raises Clearance Questions
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At a military hearing of Pfc. Bradley Manning, accused of leaking thousands of classified documents to the website Wikileaks, a major issue being presented by the defense team is whether Manning should have had access to sensitive information in the first place.

Described by his defense team as a troubled soldier dealing with gender identity issues, Manning’s attorneys sought to place responsibility on his military chain of command for ignoring signs he shouldn’t have been given access to classified computer systems.

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