Not later than March 1 of each year, the Secretary of Energy shall submit to the Congress a report for the preceding year on counterintelligence and security practices at the facilities of the national security laboratories (whether or not classified activities are carried out at the facility).
(b) Content of report
The report shall include, with respect to each national security laboratory, the following:
(1)The number of employees, including full-time counterintelligence and security professionals and contractor employees.
(2)A description of the counterintelligence and security training courses conducted and, for each such course, any requirement that employees successfully complete that course.
(3)A description of each contract awarded that provides an incentive for the effective performance of counterintelligence or security activities.
(4)A description of the requirement that an employee report the travel to sensitive countries of that employee (whether or not the travel was for official business).
(5)The number of trips by individuals who traveled to sensitive countries, with identification of the sensitive countries visited.
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