Security Risks and the Public Safety

Archive Report

Calls for Revision of Security Risk Program

Procedural Changes in the federal government's employee security program are soon to be proposed to President Eisenhower by the Department of Justice. Assistant Attorney General William F. Tompkins, addressing a New Jersey audience on Feb. 15, withheld detailed information on the changes, but said the department was “about to make certain proposals aimed to improve the administration of the program, each of which further protects the rights of individuals and is designed to avoid any hardships to individual employees.”

The Justice Department's recommendations will reflect the results of a special study of the security risk program made at the request of the President. They probably also will serve as an advance answer to criticisms of the program likely to ...

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