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The Senate Intelligence Authorization Bill Gives Hints to 2023’s Security Clearance Policy Priorities

November 17, 2022


The executive branch has the authority to lay out security clearance policies and procedures, but that doesn’t mean the legislative branch doesn’t have any say in how the government issues clearance eligibility and maintains a qualified workforce. In fact, if the executive branch is the head, Congress is the eyes, looking forward and making sure the government’s security program stays on its feet.

One key congressional entity with deep ties into the security clearance process is the Senate Intelligence Committee.

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