INSA Op-Ed: Six Priorities to Revitalize National Intelligence

In this January 29 Op-Ed published in The Hill, INSA Chairman Letitia A. Long and INSA Vice President of Policy Larry Hanauer, outline key steps the new Director of National Intelligence can take to help revitalize the Intelligence Community. In a strong display of bipartisanship, the Senate confirmed Avril Haines as the director of national intelligence by a vote of 84-10. The broad suppo ...

INSA Op-Ed: Major Data Thefts Enable Adversaries to Target Americans

Val LeTellier | ClearanceJobs | September 29, 2020 Despite having taken place years ago, data breaches affecting the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), Anthem Health, Equifax, Yahoo, Marriott, and United Airlines continue to help foreign adversaries recruit insider sources from government agencies, businesses, and universities. Government and industry leaders must act now to fortify their org ...

INSA Op-Ed: Leading the IC After 2020’s Upheavals

"In the wake of 2020’s transformative events, U.S. intelligence agencies must challenge longstanding institutional habits and embrace new ways to meet the nation’s strategic challenges," INSA Chairman Tish Long writes in her July 20 Op-Ed in Government Executive.  Leading the Intelligence Community After 2020's Upheavals As he settles into his role as Director of National Intelligence, J ...

INSA Op-Ed Addresses Security Clearance Reciprocity

The process for security clearance reciprocity needs to change In a Dec. 17 Op-Ed, INSA's Security Policy Reform Council Chair Charlie Allen calls on the Acting DNI to address the "burdensome and often redundant security policies and practices that prevent cleared government employees and contractors from moving across federal agencies, a practice commonly referred to as “reciprocity.” This i ...


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