INSA was among six organizations to sign a letter urging Congress to take "concrete actions" toward addressing deficiencies and risks in the security clearance process. The letter was addressed to the leadership of the U.S. Senate and U.S. House Armed Services Committees, respectively.
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"The American public has grown increasingly accustomed to the revelation of national security secrets, and leakers are lauded as heroes exposing government abuses," writes INSA senior intelligence adviser Charlie Allen. "In doing so, society marginalizes the detrimental impact to national security."