Why contractors aren't getting their security clearances and a look at non-profits' campaign spending
A new report by INSA shows there is a huge backlog for contractors trying to get a security clearance. These workers are getting paid with U.S. tax dollars, but they're not on the job because they don't have the paperwork they need. The Intelligence and National Security Alliance's Charlie Allen explains the hold up and what the government is doing to fix the security clearance process.
Also on Capital Insider, we're taking a look at non-profits who are spending money on specific campaigns. Two campaign finance reform groups want the IRS to look into if these organizations are donating to campaigns and then getting tax credits. Roll Call's Amanda Becker investigates this issue.