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The House Oversight Committee on Monday requested that Acting Defense Secretary Mark Esper hand over by July 8 documents and communications related to Trump administration changes to the security clearance process.

The House panel requested the documents following President Trump’s April 24 executive order reclassifying background investigations from the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) to the newly created Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency, with the transition required to be complete by September 30.

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This transition, the letter notes, will reportedly require the transfer of about 10,000 employees and contractors associated with the OPM’s National Background Investigation Bureau as well as the transfer of the National Background Investigations Bureau’s existing contracts.

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