Literature on Personnel Vetting Processes and Procedures: Annotated Selected Bibliography
RAND ARROYO CENTER SANTA MONICA CA SANTA MONICA United States
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U.S. government vetting processes and procedures for public trust and national security positions are evolving to improve their effectiveness and to incorporate new technological capabilities. The rise of social media and other sources of information not historically used for vetting purposes are increasingly enhancing legacy vetting systems that otherwise might not uncover a prospective government employees or contractors propensity to cause harm to national security institutions. This reform effort is intended to protect government systems, information, and assets by ensuring aligned, effective, efficient, secure, and reciprocal processes to support a trusted federal workforce.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations