INSA Paper Examines Impediments to Security Reciprocity, Offers 14 Policy and Process Improvements
June 26, 2019
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.
Race to 5G Puts U.S. Economic and National Security at Risk, According to New INSA White Paper
June 01, 2019
Discusses how Chinese dominance of the market for 5G equipment undermines U.S. economic and national security and calls for incentives to bolster U.S. Information and Communications Technology manufacturing.
New INSA Report Examines Use of Publicly Available Electronic Information for Security Determinations, Insider Threat
February 07, 2019
As the U.S. government reforms its security clearance process, it must address the use of publicly available electronic information—specifically social media and commercially available databases—for personnel security determinations and insider threat purposes.