Letter roundup

Regarding "OMB: Agencies will reduce security clearance delays"

In 2005, at a government agency's job fair, I was told the average days of security clearance is 420 days.

Anonymous

Regarding "OMB: Agencies will reduce security clearance delays"

Good article but it could have been better with a link to the full report.

Ross McKenrick

Regarding "Postal bonuses: Paid on delivery"

How can we tell how much a supervisor or Postmaster makes in bonuses a year?

Ardale O'Connell
United States Postal Service

Regarding "EdgeMark opens 3-D lab near D.C."

Unfortunately a good 3-D display invention can not have publicity at all.

Da Wei Huang

Regarding "Justice IG finds IT security vulnerabilities"

How do we find out more specifics on the vulnerabilities in access control? Is there a more detailed report available?

Anonymous

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