NOIR: A White Paper – Proposing a New Policy for Improving National Security by Fixing the Problem of Insider Spies

Dr. David Charney’s new white paper, NOIR: A White Paper – Proposing a New Policy for Improving National Security by Fixing the Problem of Insider Spies, is available not only in PDF form on our website, but you can also buy a nicely formatted printed book on Amazon or read it on your Kindle or on any device via the free Kindle App.

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1 Comment

  1. I am a retired FBI Special Agent and former DOD/DHS intelligence analyst. While on active duty with the FBI my investigative specialty was Counter Intelligence (CI). I recently read the NOIR White Paper and am very impressed. I believe this concept is a “must”. I have only two areas of concern.
    #1 – I believe the polygraph lobby will remain vehemently opposed to the NOIR concept and remain an impediment to progress. Use of the polygraph in active investigations is dwindling and the polygraph industry can only survive by continuing and increasing it’s presence in hiring and active employee continual vetting investigations. Although it is conceivable that NOIR and the current polygraph regime can co-exist, I believe that the success of NOIR will overshadow the continued failure of the polygraph and represent a threat to this industry. I believe that NOIR must join the ever increasing number of intelligence, medical, and scientific community professionals dedicated to the discontinuance of the polygraph as it is currently implemented in vetting and investigative procedures.
    #2 – As reprehensible as this statement may sound, I believe that outplacement services must be offered to even the most serious offenders embraced by NOIR. Avoiding prison yet receiving the harshest professional and financial punishment may remain a negative incentive for many. Avoiding prison to become homeless may not represent a suitable option.

    Thank you for the opportunity to review this wonderful product. I am confident that NOIR will succeed.

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