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Background InvestigationsPolygraph

On 23 August 2008 the Washington Post carried an AP story about the Defense Intelligence Agency’s (DIA) intention to use contractors to conduct polygraph examinations for security clearances. “An unclassified DIA document describing the new effort says the contractor hired to perform the exams will conduct a minimum of 4,550

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Background InvestigationsObtaining Security Clearance

An April 27, 2008 Los Angeles Times article reported on a new study, released in March, by the Pentagon’s little-known Defense Personnel Security Research Center, which examined the changing nature of espionage from 1947 to 2007. . . . the biggest change in espionage is in the motivation to commit

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