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Industrial Security for Government Personnel

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Mar 27 - Mar 28, 2018
08:30 - 16:00 , Tue-Wed
Washington , DC $649 O
Jun 28 - Jun 29, 2018
08:30 - 16:00 , Thu-Fri
Washington , DC $649 O
Sep 27 - Sep 28, 2018
08:30 - 16:00 , Thu-Fri
Washington , DC $649 O
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Course overview

Designed to take the participant from start to finish through the National Industrial Security Program (NISP) as it relates to government involvement, this course examines and explains the requirements for security of classified information released to industry from the issuance of a classified bid packet, through the completion of the classified contract. The course covers the information required for each of the 17 blocks of DD Form 254, along with practical exercises. Participants will discuss the responsibilities of program managers, contracting officers, and security personnel.

This course is a combination of instructor briefings, video presentations, group discussions, and practical exercises. Upon completion of the course, participant will clearly understands how to prepare the various documents/instruments necessary to support a classified contract issued to a contractor.

Who should attend?

Government and contractor employees (security professionals, contracting officers, contracting officer’s representatives [CORs], subject matter experts) involved in issuing classified contracts, preparing or reviewing DD Forms 254, and/or preparing classification guidance. Attendees must be U.S. citizens.

Learning outcomes

  • Be familiar with government responsibilities relevant to the administration of a classified contract
  • Know verbiage, clauses, and federal acquisition regulations (FAR) / defense federal acquisition regulations (DFAR) that should be included in classified contracts
  • Learn the process for sponsoring a contractor for a Facility Clearance
  • Know the process for handling National Interest Determinations
  • Learn how to properly complete a DD Form 254

Course outline

Day one of two

  • Introduction
  • Executive Order No. 12829 � the National Industrial Security Program
  • The Contractor Facility Clearance (FCL)
  • Contractor Personnel Clearance (PCL)
  • Q & A
Day two of two
  • Preparing the DD Form 254
    • DD Form 254 Exercise
  • Q & A
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