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PSC, Industry Reps to Discuss Security Clearance Reform at Senate Panel Hearing

The Professional Services Council is scheduled to appear Wednesday, March 7, before the Senate Intelligence Committee to testify about changes to the security clearance process and the potential impact of such reforms on the industry.

David Berteau, PSC president and CEO, will join other industry representatives to testify and suggest measures to help reduce wait times and backlog associated with the personnel security clearance process, the council said Monday.

Other industry executives who will speak at the Senate hearing include Kevin Phillips, president and CEO of ManTech International and a 2018 Wash100 recipient; and Jane Chappell, vice president for intelligence, information and services at Raytheon.

Representatives from agencies such as the Defense Department, Government Accountability Office and the National Background Investigation Bureau will also appear before the Senate panel.

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