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Intel community begins new initiative to reform security clearance process

March 13, 2018 |
Justin Doubleday
U.S. intelligence agencies and other government partners are undertaking a landmark initiative this week to overhaul the security clearance background investigations process, as the Defense Department prepares its proposal to take responsibility for DOD-specific investigations. The office of the director of national intelligence is leading the “Trusted Workforce 2.0” initiative along with the Office of Personnel Management and other government agencies, according to Brian Dunbar, the assistant director of the special security directorate within the national counterintelligence and security center...

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