H. Rept. 106-687: House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Report of the Redmond Panel 'Improving Counterintelligence Capabilities at the Department of Energy and the Los Alamos, Sandia, and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories' February 2000, Report, June 21, 2000   [open pdf - 171KB]

"The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence established a bipartisan investigative team in the first quarter of FY 2000 to examine the Department of Energy's plan to improve its counterintelligence posture at its headquarters in Washington and its three key weapons laboratories. The purpose of the examination was to review the status of reforms and to examine issues still unresolved or under consideration. The team was comprised of a majority staff member, a minority staff member, and a special staff consultant, Mr. Paul Redmond, one of America's leading experts in CI [counterintelligence] and a former head of CI at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). In general, the review determined that DOE has made a good but inconsistent start in improving its CI capabilities. The most progress has been made in building an operational CI capability to identify and neutralize insider penetrations. The two areas of greatest shortcoming, either of which could derail the whole CI program, are in CI awareness training and in gaining employee acceptance of the polygraph program."

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