It’s the best source of information that I’ve found in my 30 years of government and industry and in the military.CHARLIE SOWELL COO, IWORKS CORPORATION
The security clearance process is in a state of significant change. Keeping up with policy changes – and ensuring the clearance workforce stays informed – is incredibly important for both companies and the federal government.
“After 30 years plus now in the military, government and contracting world, I think I’ve had a chance to see all angles of the problems that we face in the cleared community,” said Charles Sowell, chief operating officer with iWorks Corporation and the Professional Service Council’s representative on the National Industrial Security Program Policy Advisory Committee. “Things impact the military in a very different way than they impact government civilians, and that’s very different than the way it impacts industry.”
Sowell has been at the forefront of the government’s efforts to reform the security clearance process, as well as helping to advance the technology used in the security clearance and continuous evaluation process. He notes that today is a time of significant change in policy, technology and also organizational alignment. Because of all of those changes, having access to quality, understandable information is critically important.
“Every day I’m coming to ClearanceJobs and finding the content you’re putting out for clearance issues around the community and across the government,” said Sowell. “It’s the best source of information that I’ve found in my 30 years of government and industry and in the military.”