Guidelines for Personnel Security Research Recommendations from the IC Behavioral and Social Sciences Research Group (3/12)
Personnel security research is conducted to improve security processes and provide policymakers with a defensible evidence base from which to justify their risk-management decisions. While U.S. Government agencies strive to conduct sound personnel security research, the degree to which this research adheres to scientific principles of study design, procedures, statistical analysis, and reporting often varies. At the request of the Defense Personnel Security Research Center (PERSEREC), this document was created to serve as a reference for both researchers and policymakers. Authored by behavioral scientists familiar with personnel security research, it provides guidance on scientific approaches to study design, sampling, data collection, statistical analysis, and the reporting of research findings. This document should be used as a reference by those undertaking research efforts in personnel security and by those seeking to use personnel security research findings to inform policy or process decisions.

ONCIX's Foreign Economic Collection and Industrial Espionage Reports (10/11)
The threat to the United States from foreign economic collection and industrial espionage is appraised in these annual reports to Congress. Compiled by the ONCIX, these threat assessments represent significant contributions from the CI community.

2009 CI Strategy (2010 - 1.8MB)
Approved by the President, as required by Section 402a of Title 50 of the United States Code, the National Counterintelligence Strategy ofthe United States ofAmerica (Strategy) serves as the United States Government's seminal planning document for government-wide counterintelligence efforts. This Strategy has been produced by the Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive (ONCIX), coordinated across the counterintelligence elements of the U.S. government, and endorsed by the National Counterintelligence Policy Board.

CI Awareness Tips (1.4MB)
Tips from the National Counterintelligence Executive: Traveling Overseas with Mobile Phones, Laptops, PDAs, and Other Electronic Devices.