Security is Partnership


One of your obligations is to report to your security office those behaviors, incidents, or events that might in some way impact national security and your ability (or that of your co-worker) to function positively and effectively in a national security environment. Based on the guidelines set forth in the National Industrial Security Procedures Operating Manual (NISPOM) you should report the following to your security officer:

1. Foreign Travel
2. Foreign Contact
3. Personal Life Changes
4. Psychological Counseling
5. Financial Concerns
6. Computer/Information System Misuse
7. Password Misuse
8. Improper Security Practices
9. Alcohol- Related Issues
10. Drug Use
11. Criminal Conduct
12. Suspicious Incidents

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// Protect Your Clearance

  • Failure to report to your FSO life events such as name change, changed marital status,
    foreign travel, financial concerns, foreign travel, etc. could result in revocation of your clearance!

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The 13 Personnel Security Adjudicative Guideline

  • • Allegiance to The United States
    • Foreign Influence
    • Foreign Preference
    • Sexual Behavior
    • Personal Conduct
    • Financial Considerations
    • Alcohol Consumption
    • Drug Involvement
    • Emotional, Mental, And Personality Disorders
    • Criminal Conduct
    • Security Violations
    • Outside Activities
    • Misuse of Information Technology Systems

  • Insider Threat Reporting Sources

    Insider Threat Program Senior Official
    Laura Ponder
    Employee Hotline: 405-526-1030
    E-Mail: fso@dnite.net / laura.ponder@dnigov.com

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DOD Hotline Numbers

Defense Hotline

The Pentagon Washington, D.C. 20301-1900
(800) 424-9098 (703) 693-5080

Office of the Inspector General
Central Intelligence Agency
Washington, D.C. 20505
(703) 874-2600

NRC Hotline
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commision Mail Stop TSD
28 Washington, D.C. 20555-0001 (800) 233-3497

Office of Inspector General
1000 Independence Avenue, SW Room 5A235
Washington, D.C. 20585
(800) 541-1625