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FCW : July 15, 2013
BackStory 34 July 15, 2013 FCW.COM Can 4.9 million people keep federal secrets? The leaks by National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden have brought new attention to the security clearance process Con dential/secret vs. top secret clearances held in 2012 3,507,782 CONFIDENTIAL/SECRET CLEARANCES 1,409,969 TOP SECRET CLEARANCES 2,757,333 791,200 FEDERAL CONTRACTORS OTHERS 582,524 167,925 135,506 483,263 4M 3M 2M 1M 0 Growing, but barely 2010 2011 2012 3,271,255 3,453,014 3,507,782 1,436,976 1,410,538 1,409,969 CONFIDENTIAL/SECRET CLEARANCES TOP SECRET CLEARANCES And still slow --- usually Top secret clearance processing times in 2012 (in days) AGENCY LONGEST SHORTEST CIA 454 1 Defense Intelligence Agency 178 1 FBI 173 1 National Geospatial-- Intelligence Agency 184 20 National Reconnaissance Of ce 215 21 NSA 165 16 State Department 73 5 In fiscal 2012, DOD paid OPM $753 million for clearance investigations, with $471 million going to investigations of military personnel, $252 million for private contractors and $30 million for civilian employees. Source: Of ce of the Director of National Intelligence
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