Read Kelly's memo of proposed changes to White House security clearance process

White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly, under pressure over his handling of allegations of domestic abuse against a top aide, has approved an overhaul of how the White House manages security-clearance investigations that acknowledges missteps but puts the onus on the FBI and the Justice Department to now hand-deliver updates and provide more information. The five pages of proposed changes, signed by Kelly, were obtained by The Washington Post.