Constitutional Rights and Clearances
Earlier today I wrote about the case of Mahmoud Hegab, a Virginia man who sued the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and its Director for revoking his top secret clearance. The agency maintains it had significant concerns about his clearance, such as his recent residence in, and dual citizenship with, Egypt; extensive
Your Thoughts on ODNI's 2012 Security Clearance Report?
This afternoon I posted a brief overview of the already brief annual report on the security clearance process released by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. The meager report is primarily data, leaving analysis to the reader. The motive for demanding release of this data (I believe) is
Vet looking for job? Check out the Chamber of Commerce
If you haven’t heard of “Hiring Our Heroes” – a program by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation that offers employment advice and connections for both veterans and military spouses – you might check it out. The program hosts a considerable number of workshops across the U.S. offering resume writing,
TS SCI: It’s kind of a big deal…
Do you have a Top Secret Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS SCI) clearance? According to Wanted Analytics, this high-level distinction is one of the top five most advertised certifications/clearances nationally and ranks #1 for information technology jobs. In terms of what jobs and where, if you have a TS SCI let’s