DoD Secure-Working with National Industrial Security Program

DoD Secure-Working with National Industrial Security Program

Interviews and topics centering on security clearances and protecting classified information according to the National Industrial Security Clearance Operating Manual (NISPOM).Did you know that employees with security clearances make up to 15% more than their counterparts? But many people don't apply for security clearance jobs because they are worried about their past and others don't apply because they don't understand the process.Insider's Guide to Security Clearances answers your questions and walks the reader through the process.It's like having a security clearance roadmap and a private guide.What I've learned after over two decades in the field is that fear and misunderstandings stop people from making good career decisions such as applying for security clearance jobs. Just like any career goal or dream, you can probably list a few reasons why you should give up before you even try. Here are a few common misconceptions:I have a bad past; so they won't give me a clearance. Everyone will see my personal secretsSecurity clearances cost a lot of moneyIt takes years to get a security clearanceSecurity clearances are too competitive; they'll never give me oneNone of these are true. Insider's Guide to Security Clearance gives you the real information and solutions you need to go after that security clearance job.Inside you'll find answers to your security clearance questions and information you can use immediately. My name is Jeff Bennett and I've been working with a security clearance for decades. I understand the system well and want to share with you my knowledge. I've taught courses in college, given security training to corporations, led security teams, and written many books on the subject. I think you will be pleased with this book. If you like it, please provide a review and recommend it to your friends.Visit www.redbikepublishing.com for links to our security clearance blog and podcast. We also have training at www.bennettinstitute.comWebsites and mentions: https://www.redbikepublishing.com security clearance and classified work books and traininghttps://www.bennettinstitute.com security clearance and performing on classified work consulting and traininghttps://amzn.to/39iYPVL How to Win Government Contracts and Classified Workhttps://www.redbikepublishing.com/fso...https://amzn.to/2CVmyz6Watch this on Youtube:https://youtu.be/48mGX03udtw

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September 16, 2021 39 min

A cleared contractor can help reduce expenses with by preparing ahead of time. This is where an experience FSO can anticipate expenses, perform risk assessment while implementing NISPOM and advise on ways to reduce costs while being compliant. The more money saved on overhead expenses, the greater the overall company profit. The earlier into the process the assessment is conducted the better the company performs overall.

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Red Bike Publishing is pleased to announce the new NISPOM. National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual 32 CFR Part 117. 

 An FSO has readily available data to determine and communicate the effectiveness of the security program. Gathering available information, creating a detailed database and performing solid analysis will determine the program's success.

End of day checks serve as a precaution against leaving classifie...

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   Red Bike Publishing is pleased to announce the addition of training. We have created a training program that includes an Initial Security Training/Annual Awareness Training presentation and much more required by NISPOM. Instead of designing your own, just download and present these. You can even modify them (which we recommend) or tailor to your CDC business.

Feel free to contact us for information on how to promote your busine...

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The National Industrial Security Program NISPOM is THE guidance for Cleared Defense Contractors (CDC) performing on classified contracts. However, it doesn’t always answer some questions these FSOs might have about protecting classified information. For example, suppose a defense contractor company has a contract requiring the storage of classified information at the SECRET level. Do ...

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While Facility Security Officers, government and military employees do an incredible job at training employees, implementing and directing security programs to protect classified information, a more menacing threat is still left unchecked. 

    The security industry spends terrific amounts of money fortifying and constructing buildings based on best practices and not entirely on a risk assessment. The NISPOM and other regulations ad...

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NISPOM Seminar https://www.redbikepublishing.com/nispom-seminar/
Study NISPOM Fundamentals in Four hour session
We excited to offer two live NISPOM Seminar events:
• 23 March 4-8 Pm CST
• 30 March 4-8 Pm CST
Prepare for the Industrial Security Professional ISP Certification (ISP) and the DoD’s SPeD Industrial Security Oversight Certification (ISOC).

Those and several similar motivational publications stress that everyone has the same am...

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 So let’s talk professional goals, the NCMS’ ISP Certification and CDSE's ISOC are great ones to strive for.

1.  Begin at the NCMS, ISP Certification information website @ http://www.ncms-isp.org/ISP_Certification/index.asp. If your goal is ISOC certification, begin at the CDSE website

2. Understand the application process. There are minimum experience requirements that applicants must meet as well as administrative tasks b...

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In the course of performing on classified defense contracts, exchange of classified information is inevitable. While, the movement of classified information outside of a secure environment is to be kept to a minimum, there are times it must be moved in fulfillment of requirements.
As the senior industrial security manager in CDCs, the FSO leads the security program designed to protect classified information and prevent unauthorized ...

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The latest industry buzz is the “release of the new National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM)”. I’m putting air quotes in there, because an actual NISPOM has not been rewritten or re-released. There is no re-release of NISPOM, only a reorganization of the CFRs that duplicate National Industrial Security Program requirements.

Conclusion:  No new NISPOM (just a few additions)

·                 32 CFR part 117 and 3...

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  We are pleased to present the newest podcast. In this issue, we address security certification and security training because; New Year's Resolutions.

 ISP® AND ISOC Master Exam Prep is now available here and at most online book stores.

Also, we've provided real world security discussions and frequently asked questions. These occasions have proven to be good opportunities to clarify understanding of security policies and the...

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This episodes discusses new guidance on Controlled Unclassified Information.

https://www.archives.gov/cui

In this episode of DoD Secure, I discuss the new guidance for Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). There are a few points to consider: 

1. The government designates CUI 

2. CUI Registries, training and information exist with executors at Information Security Oversight Office (ISOO) and DoD  

3. The CUI guidance reflects the g...

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 Careers in Cleared Defense Contractors:
I receive a lot of emails from people who wonder how to get into the Cleared Defense Contractor field. Many are looking for a career change and are curious about what kind of education and experience is needed to work as a security specialist in the defense and contractor industry.  

   Industrial security is an outstanding field for someone with all ranges of experience to enter into. Some ha...

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     In this issue, we've provided real world security discussions. These occasions have proven to be good opportunities to clarify understanding of security policies and the reasons we do what we do.
     Preparing for growth involves the FSO not only training and hiring security employees, but accurately calculating classified inventory storage and work performance needs. Meeting legitimate growth is another area where an FSO ...

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September 20, 2020 31 min

Some security training and briefings are very discouraging for the work force. Many times, the training is the exact same video or presentation used year after year.?

So, if you go to my website www.redbikepublishing.com, you might find training and tests that do ask those types of questions.?

This topic is specifically about how to make your security training more effective for your work force. There are two types of training: for s...

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ITAR issues

A few years ago I facilitated a short but very rewarding eight hour seminar on the International Traffic In Arms Regulation (ITAR) Overview. I am grateful to the staff at the University of Alabama in Huntsville and the North Alabama Trade Association for both sponsoring the event and allowing me to present. I found the course rewarding as I presented to a mixed audience of 30 professionals ranging from shipping and recei...

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I am currently preparing to publish my new book, "How to Win U.S. Government Contracts and Classified Work", it's basically a total revision of "DoD Security Clearance and Contracts Guidebook". Chapter Five reviews the Executive Orders and regulations relating to Classification Markings and there is some good information from all sources. 

I believe this is fundamental to the profession of anyone working on class...

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Once a company wins a bid on classified work, they will then prepare their organization to perform classified work according to the contract. Some great planning resources are the DD Form 254, Statement of Work, and Security Classification Guide. This podcast teaches how to use the references to set up your program.

As part of a classified contract, Cleared Defense Contractors (CDC) may receive  or transmit classified information. P...

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An FSO can train and write NIPSOM based policy and training, but without the enterprise’s full cooperation, will find it difficult to enforce.

The coordination will allow the FSO to be proactive and better support the company's performance on classified contracts. Having a security program integrated into all aspects of the company produces award winning situations and dramatically reduces security violations.

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This blog continues the series describing what happens after the government grants you a security clearance. After receiving a job with a company or agency performing classified work, you’ll receive your onboarding training, which may have included the SF 312 Non-Disclosure Agreement, Initial Security Awareness, Derivative Classifier and other required training events and briefings. Even though the Facility Security Officer (FSO) b...

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Richard Liebespach (Founder & CEO). Teaching people to be safe with our without a weapon. Please visit his website at http://selfprotection.co/

The things that differentiate Self Protection Essentials from the rest are an out growth of our philosophy and out core beliefs.

A cornerstone of our core beliefs is that we believe, at the core of our being, that we have been equipped to be able teach and with material to teach, that can...

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