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House Committee on Oversight and Government ReformIntroducedSeptember 29th, 2010
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Interagency National Security Professional Education, Administration, and Development System Act of 2010
To create a system to educate, train, and develop interagency national security professionals across the Government; to require personnel selected for senior-level interagency national security positions to meet interagency education, training, and experience requirements; to provide appropriate interagency training, education, and assignment opportunities for national security professionals throughout their careers; and to authorize funds and create program structures for implementation of the system.
Interagency National Security Professional Education, Administration, and Development System Act of 2010 - Directs the President to establish and maintain a system for the interagency education, training, and professional development of national security professionals of executive agencies, to be known as the Interagency National Security Professional Education, Administration, and Development System. Requires the establishment or designation of an Integration Office within the Executive Office of the President to perform overall coordination of activities and policies relating to the System. Establishes an Executive Steering Committee, which shall establish: (1) policies and procedures for governing, implementing, and executing the System; (2) criteria for determining which positions are interagency national security positions; (3) various levels of interagency qualification for national security professionals; and (4) procedures for individuals to achieve the requirements for such levels, including procedures for receiving credit for training and experiences undertaken outside of normal System procedures. Exempts any position to which an individual is appointed by the President. Requires each participating agency to: (1) identify the interagency qualification level required of employees filling interagency national security positions; (2) establish career guidelines for employees to achieve the various levels; and (3) have education and training programs that prepare national security professionals at all career levels for interagency assignments. Designates senior-level interagency national security positions, which shall require the highest level of interagency qualification. Sets forth specified interagency professional education, training, and assignment requirements for such positions and conditions for waivers on a case-by-case basis. Directs the Committee to: (1) establish an Interagency National Security Professional Education and Training Consortium to educate and train national security professionals from the agencies participating in the System; and (2) appoint a Board of Regents to manage and regulate the Consortium. Establishes an Interagency National Security Professional Education, Administration, and Development System Fund. Requires the President to submit to Congress a written report containing an implementation plan for the System. Prescribes an implementation schedule. Directs the Secretary of Defense (DOD) to make System requirements applicable to commissioned officers.