As we all know, anyone who holds a security clearances must report certain types of information to their Security Officer. This includes such things as a change in marital or cohabitation status, foreign travel and contacts, criminal charges, financial issues, and drug or alcohol abuse. Depending on your agency or company, there may be additional information that needs to be reported. The Department of Energy (DOE) has labs and sites across the U.S. work involving highly classified nuclear weapons information with a large cleared contractor workforce. Because of the highly sensitive nature of their work, the DOE has one of the most robust security clearance continuous evaluation programs across the government and are an excellent model other agencies might consider mirroring.