New Insider Threat and Cybersecurity Requirements Pose Significant Costs for Smaller Government Contractors

In a recent article inĀ the National Defense Magazine, Bryan Cave attorneys point out that recent changes to the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual, or NISPOM, may make it more difficult for companies, particularly those that are unable to spread costs across multiple high-dollar contracts, to compete for government contracts requiring access to classified information. As a result, the efforts by the Department of Defense to increase competition and innovation by turning to smaller companies ultimately may be unsuccessful.
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