How has the Washington Navy Yard shooting affected federal employees and contractors?
“Monday morning’s shooting undermines that sense of security. It shows that vulnerabilities are real. It indicates that security might not be tight enough. Perhaps federal employees who now pass through security with the flash of a badge also should be scanned and their bags examined, just like guests.”
What is your view on these points?
Should federal employees and contractors be subjected to the same level of scrutiny as visitors to federal buildings?
How has the Navy Yard shooting affected the sense of security of those who work in federal buildings? Will that affect motivation and productivity?
Are changes needed to the security clearance process or any other security procedure or practice at federal facilities?
We’d like to hear from you.
Replies will be considered on-the-record and might be published. Please include your full name, city and agency if you are a federal employee.