The Defense Security Service: How Big is the Backlog of Personnel Security Investigations? : Hearing Before the Subcommittee on National Security, Veterans Affairs, and International Relations of the Committee on Government Reform, House of Representatives, One Hundred Sixth Congress, Second Session, September 20, 2000
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Reform. Subcommittee on National Security, Veterans Affairs, and International Relations
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able actions additional adjudication agencies answer backlog basic beginning believe better BIGGERT budget CCMS Chairman changes close coming completed components concern continue contractors Control Management System counts CUNNINGHAM database Defense Security Service Department determine develop directed discuss DOD's don't effort eliminate ensure estimate existing February fiscal funding future going hearing identified implement important improve increased individuals initial INTERNATIONAL issue LEONARD look major MANCUSO mean military million months move national security Office operations overdue reinvestigations past pending performance periodic reinvestigations personnel security position prioritize problem question RAPALLO recent recommendations record reinvestigation backlog requests requirements SCHUSTER secret Secretary of Defense security clearance September SHAYS statement Subcommittee submitted talking tell things track understand workload
Página 40 - I would ask unanimous consent that all members of the subcommittee be permitted to place an opening statement in the record, and that the record remain open for 3 days for that purpose. Without objection, so ordered. I ask further unanimous consent that all witnesses be permitted to include their written statements in the record.
Página 1 - Moore, fellow; Jason M. Chung, clerk; David Rapallo, minority counsel; and Barley Green, minority assistant clerk. Mr. SHAYS. I'd like to call this hearing to order, this hearing of the Subcommittee on National Security, Veterans Affairs, and International Relations of the Government Reform Committee, which is conducting a hearing entitled, "Gulf War Veterans Linking Exposures to Illnesses.
Página 32 - Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence) ; Mr.
Página 64 - There are, in addition to those few changes, two other items that I would like to bring to your attention. The first is that the committee in approving the resolution at our last meeting, authorized me to make certain technical and other changes that might be necessary.
Página 2 - ... offices, hospitals, emergency room physicians. It is a long list. [The prepared statement of Hon. Christopher Shays follows:] ONE HUNDRED SIXTH CONGRESS (Congress of tlje <llwtrt> States 4)tni5t ot lUprrsrnt.ititirs COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT REFORM 2157 RAVBURN HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING WASHINGTON.
Página 8 - Individuals who need access to classified information over a long period are required to periodically renew their clearance (a reinvestigation). The time frames for reinvestigations are 5 years for top secret clearances, 10 years for secret clearances, and 15 years for confidential clearances.