Testimony before House Homeland Subcommittee on Security Clearances
   
   
Testimony before Senate Intel Committee on Security Clearance Reform
The failures and shortcomings of the current personnel security process impact uniformed personnel, civilian employees, and contractors across the country—in every state and congressional district—and jeopardize our homeland and national security.

PSC believes both Congress and the agencies charged with oversight of the federal security clearance process can do more to broaden communications channels, provide more information about future mission needs, and reform acquisition processes to reduce costs, barriers to entry, and provide meaningful and rapid access to the best solutions industry can offer. This resource center is dedicated to keeping our members up to date with helpful information on this issue.

We encourage members to send us any issues or challenges you're facing as a result of the backlog. 

Congressional Testimonies

_PSC_Testimony_Recap__Doing_Business_with_DHS (2/28/2018)
The Professional Services Council testified before a House Committee on Homeland Security subcommittee on the impact of security clearance and contractor vetting processes on Department of Homeland Security (DHS) contractors. PSC President and CEO Da
PSC_Testimony_Recap (3/8/2018)
The Professional Services Council testified before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on security clearance reform. PSC President and CEO David J. Berteau appeared at the March 7 open hearing, chaired by Richard Burr (R-NC) and Vice Chairman
Bill_on_the_Hill_What_Congress_is_Doing_on_Security_Clearances (7/26/2018)
The 700,000 background investigation cases in process and the unacceptably long wait times for a security clearance are urgent matters for PSC member companies. Now, Congress has taken notice and is moving targeted reforms that were proposed or suppo