Congress focusing on significant changes to federal security-clearance process
from The Washington Post
The outbreak of comity in the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, often a sharply partisan place, means the government's security-clearance process is in for significant changes. Democrats and Republicans on the committee are united by an urgency to fix a system that was not able to stop Aaron Alexis's September rampage. He was a defense contractor with a security clearance who attacked his Washington Navy Yard workplace, killing 12 before being shot to death by police.
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