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Fed Goes Hunting For Malcontents

January 14th, 2011 01:45 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

snydeq writes “The wake of State Department document leaks to WikiLeaks may have the unhappy rousted from government agencies’ ‘privileged insiders’ ranks, thanks to a recent memo from the US OMB asking agencies to spell out their strategies for minimizing insider risk. ‘It’s likely that federal contractors and government suppliers will also find themselves responding to this list of questions (PDF) and the central issue of preventing the unauthorized disclosure of sensitive and classified materials. In a key section of the memo, the OMB requests information on whether organizations are measuring the “trustworthiness” of their employees and whether they use a psychiatrist or sociologist to measure the unhappiness of an employee as a measure of trustworthiness.’”

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