Foreign Intelligence Threat Awareness Programs: A Review
DEFENSE PERSONNEL SECURITY RESEARCH CENTER MONTEREY CA
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In April 1996, the National Counterintelligence Policy Board NACIPB tasked the Defense Personnel Security Research Center PERSEREC to review the effectiveness of foreign intelligence threat awareness FITA programs in the Executive Branch and among government contractors. The National Counterintelligence Center NACIC, as Executive Secretariat of the National Counterintelligence Policy Board NACIPB, was appointed as project manager. Work on the review began in August 1996, and the study plan, prepared by PERSEREC, was approved by the NACIPB in September 1996. The objectives of the review were to a describe FITA activities in the Executive Branch and evaluate their effectiveness b determine briefers referred to in this study as providers perceptions of their capacity to effectively prepare and present briefings, and their views on organizational factors that may inhibit their ability to deliver effective briefings c provide policymakers with information to help enrich programs by highlighting examples of excellent FITA materials and d recommend improvements in the FITA system throughout government and industry.
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