On Thursday, November 19th, Maggie Feldman-Piltch of #NatSecGirlSquad and Strategic Communications Manager Kristina Drye joined forces to highlight road blocks in the security clearance process, the need for change, and how the current system discourages competent diversity within the national security sphere. Watch their discussion in full below.
The security clearance process is broken. Over the past several years, stop-gap measures have been implemented to reduce the backlog in the application process. But, any headway gained has been the result of increased staff. Inefficiencies and flaws within the process itself have failed to be addressed. Read more about the role artificial intelligence/machine learning can play in improving both the efficiency and accuracy of security clearance screen in CEO Gary M. Shiffman's article, "Perspective: Use AI and Machine Learning to Mold a Modern Security Clearance Process."
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