Resource impact on DOD Single Scope Background Investigation-Periodic Reinvestigation initiative (SSBI-PR)
Verry, Thomas J.
Haga, William J.
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The resource impact of implementing selected changes to the Personnel Security Investigation (PSI) process was studied. The Phased Periodic Reinvestigation (Phased PR) and the Automated Continuing Evaluation System (ACES) initiatives were compared in terms of costs, schedule and performance with the current PSI process. Estimated impact costs of the ACES process were determined using estimates from adjudicated cases and applying relevant investigative and adjudicative process costs to the ACES product. The study found that ACES offers potential significant improvements in the performance of the PSI process by identifying issue-relevant cases earlier than the current PSI process. ACES coupled with the Phased PR process could increase the number of issue-cases identified without additional resources. The result would be a PSI process that has a significant increase in performance without any additional cost to the system.
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