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Cleared Dod Employees at Risk Report 2 a Study of Barriers to Seeking Help

By Wood, Suzanne

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Book Id: WPLBN0000022489
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Title: Cleared Dod Employees at Risk Report 2 a Study of Barriers to Seeking Help  
Author: Wood, Suzanne
Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Legislation., Government Printing Office (U.S.)
Collections: Government Library Collection
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Publisher: Government Printing Office


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Excerpt: The research described in this report grew from a widely held perception in the Department of Defense (DO) that cleared personnel are reluctant to seek assistance to address personal problems because of fear of losing clearance status or professional positions. The concern is that people who fail to consult employee assistance programs (EAPs) or military counseling/referral services may pose inordinate risk to themselves and possibly to national security.

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Table of Contents Introduction____________________________________________________________1 Security and At-Risk Employees in DoD: The Dilemma _______________________1 Dynamic Tension among DoD System Parts _______________________________________ 2 EAP Utilization Rates ____________________________________________________________ 3 The Bigger Picture: Baseline Data on Personal Problems________________________5 Approach ______________________________________________________________6 Research Questions _____________________________________________________6 Data Collection ________________________________________________________6 Findings: Process and Policy ______________________________________________8 Overview of EAP/Counseling Services in the Federal Workplace _________________8 How Personnel Security Policy Relates to Employee Assistance __________________9 DoD-Specific Security Policy___________________________________________10 How Adjudicators Deal with EAP Information_______________________________10 EAP Involvement: A Mitigating Factor? __________________________________11 Diverse Policy Approaches Among Defense Components ____________________14 EAP and Security in the Intelligence Agencies _____________________________16 Attitudes Regarding Change and Policy Modification ________________________16 Findings: Perceptions of Barriers _________________________________________18 Perceptions of Barriers by EAP and Security Professionals _____________________19 Resource Issues in the Security System_____________________________________24 Perceptions of the Rank and File __________________________________________26 Civilians (GS11-13) __________________________________________________27 Problems Solutions Military (E-7-E-8) ___________________________________________________31 Problems Solutions Conclusions and Recommendations Conclusions __________________________________________________________34 Recommendations _____________________________________________________35 Policy and Practice in the Personnel Security System Security Education and Awareness References ____________________________________________________________43 Appendices Appendix A: Data Collection Strategy and Research Methods _______________ A-1


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