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Recent Press Releases
New INSF and ClearanceJobs Paper: (Uncleared) and Confused
The result of a comprehensive survey of young professionals, age 18 to 30, the paper finds that while conventions around marijuana use may have shifted, federal laws have not kept pace. This makes ongoing drug use an issue for security clearance applicants. And, according to the report, "that leaves many wondering if the path to a national security career is going up in smoke for an increasing number of applicants."
Bishop Garrison joins INSA as Vice President for Policy
INSA has announced that Bishop Garrison has joined the association as Vice President for Policy. In this capacity, he will be responsible for leading INSA's councils, task forces, and other member-driven groups that deliver thought leadership and collaborative, public-private solutions to national security challenges.
FY22 Annual Report Showcases Association Growth, Diversification
The 2022 Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) Annual Report provides a snapshot of the programs, policy initiatives, and charitable efforts that took place throughout the past fiscal year. From a robust lineup of in-person and virtual events to advancing key policy priorities and thought leadership deliverables to expanding scholarship and Foundation programs, this report showcases the value INSA brings to the intelligence and national security community.
New INSF Scholarship to Support Neurodiverse Students Seeking Careers in Intelligence & National Security
The Intelligence and National Security Foundation (INSF) today announced the creation of a new scholarship aimed at supporting neurodiverse students pursuing college degrees in an intelligence and national security-focused field of study.
INSA Welcomes Seven New Board Directors
INSA Comments on OPM’s Proposed Personnel Vetting Questionnaire
The Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) provided the Office of Public Management with comments on the proposed Personnel Vetting Questionnaire (PVQ) that will replace existing forms used to evaluate job applicants for security clearances and positions of public trust.