Security Policy Reform Council
The Security Policy Reform Council (SPRC) seeks to transform the paradigms that govern the design and execution of security policy and programs and to serve as a thought leader on security issues. The Council works with industry and government stakeholders to identify and mitigate security challenges, develop security solutions, advocate for reforms to enhance the effectiveness of security policy and programs, and enhance industry’s ability to support and protect national security. By convening security experts in government, industry, and academia, the Council promotes collaboration, information-sharing, and ongoing exchanges of views between the public and private sectors.
Challenges in Handling CUI Can Hurt Industry and Government
Identifies 9 challenges that the National Archives' Information Security Oversight Office must address during the implementation of the federal Controlled Unclassified Information program.
INSA Paper Examines Impediments to Security Reciprocity, Offers 14 Policy and Process Improvements
Delays caused by inefficiencies in security reciprocity, the process of “passing” a worker’s clearance from one agency to another, result in the estimated loss of 1,000 contractor labor-years at a cost of approximately $2 billion to the Intelligence Community and upwards of $8 billion across the Federal Government each year.
Charlie Allen Testifies Before U.S. House Homeland Security Subcommittee