- DEA-2852.204.83 Public Trust Positions
Security Requirements for Access to Sensitive But Unclassified (SBU) Information/ U.S. Citizenship Required (October 2015)
- DEA-2852.204.84 Public Trust Positions
Security Requirements for Access to DEA Sensitive Information/ U.S. Citizenship or Permanent Resident Alien Status Required (July 2011)
Security Requirements for Access to Secret Information DOD/DSS (October 2015)
Security Requirements for Access to Top Secret Information DOD/DSS (October 2015)
Security Requirements for Access to Top Secret with Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) Access (October 2015)
Security Requirements for Non-Sensitive Positions Escorted Access - U.S. Citizenship Required (Mar 2009)
Drug Enforcement Administration Security Requirements for Access to Secret and Top Secret National Security Information Security Officers/Armed Guard Services Contracts Awarded by the Department of Homeland Security-Federal Protective Service (Mar 2009)
Security Requirements for Department of Defense CounterDrug Support - Utah National Guard/Joint Language Training Center (Jun 2010)
- On Site Contractor Responsibilities
- DEA-2852.204-78 Contractor Personnel Reporting Requirement – (MAY 2019)
- (a) During the life of this acquisition for services, the contractor shall report required information on all personnel directly assigned to perform services under the contract using the Contractor Personnel Reporting Requirements (CPRR), which can be accessed using a secured internet application at https://pps.esp.usdoj.gov/cprr (address subject to change). By the 10th of January, April, July, and October, the Contractor shall input or revise contractor personnel information for the prior quarter activity.
- (b) The report requires personally identifiable information (PII) for each individual directly billable to this contract. The system is used for ongoing security of the DEA facilities, allocation of DEA resources and to ensure compliance with Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12). Therefore, it is important that the report is as accurate as possible and updated quarterly to include any additions, updates, or changes in status. Questions concerning reporting may be referred to the Contracting Officer.
- (c) Failure to submit timely updates on the quarterly CPRR report will be documented by the Government and reported to the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) or Contracting Officer for appropriate action and may result in adverse comments on the Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System (CPARS). In the event of repetitive failures to provide this report, the contract may be terminated for cause.