This bill appears to require DHS to establish a clear and internally consistent system of rules for determining the security sensitivity level of all of their staffing positions, and to produce documentation on evaluations, revocations, and suspensions of security clearances within their department. Additionally, it would require them to comply with data security standards established elsewhere in the government. This would ultimately create more accountability and consistency within government, which is generally a good thing. You can read the full bill here: https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/697/text
I agree with others that each act listed needs to receive the same treatment but ad designers and not leave interpretation solely up to crowd sourcing. I also like AndrewKnowsSomething's use of links to the text of bills. This should be implemented app/site wide.
This is a checks and balances bill which aims to rank the sensitivity of positions and sets a plan to reevaluate. This is a basic principal in privacy and security data classification. Makes sense. I vote yes.