WATCH: PSC Testifies Before Senate Intel Committee on Security Clearance Reform
By PSC Staff | March 8, 2018
PSC testified Wednesday before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on the status of personnel security clearance reform and the impact on industry. The hearing allowed both industry and government leaders to address issues in the security clearance process. Industry representatives including PSC recommended changes that Congress can take to reduce the backlog and wait times, while maintaining integrity in the process, increasing security, and strengthening industry workforces. PSC President and CEO David J. Berteau appeared at the open hearing to speak on behalf of the association, which represents nearly 400 member companies and their hundreds of thousands of employees across the nation who provide technology and professional services to the federal government.
PSC’s full written statement is available here.
Watch the hearing below, beginning at the 18:45 mark:
Witness Panel One:
Brenda Farrell, Government Accountability Office
Kevin Phillips, President and CEO, ManTech
Jane Chappell, Vice President, Intelligence, Information, and Services, Raytheon
David Berteau, President and CEO, Professional Services Council
Witness Panel Two:
Charlie Phalen, Director, National Background Investigation Bureau
Brian Dunbar, Assistant Director for Security, National Counterintelligence and Security Center
Garry Reid, Director for Defense Intelligence and Security, Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence
Dan Payne, Director, Defense Security Service, Department of Defense