Here are the top reasons for marking classified information:
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Prior to each inspection, the FSO and cleared contractor leadership should present DCSA with a state of security briefing to introduce and go over the company security policy. Similarly, the DCSA special agent may provide an out-briefing detailing the results of the inspection. This out briefing and soon to follow documentation of the inspection provides further data toward building an excellent security program.
Pay attention to the results and apply them to make your security program to protect classified information even more effective.
FSOs should conduct initial and refresher training and file reports as required by the NISPOM. Instead of conducting NISPOM training with compliance as the end goal, the training can be performed as an effective relationship building opportunity.
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Becoming a cleared defense contractor
The facility clearance is required to be in place prior to the contractor performing on classified work. After the GCA or prime contractor submits the sponsorship letter, the company can begin the process of applying for the clearance. A contractor has to meet five requ