Security Clearance Denial
Reasons why security clearance applications are rejected.
There is a common misperception among security clearance applicants regarding the requirement to disclose or resolve charged off debts. Many believe when creditors charge off a debt then they are no longer indebted. Not true! Here is a simple definition of the term: a charge-off is a debt that a
You would think that a person who won $100,000 in a lottery would use that money to pay off any outstanding debts and still have a little left over, right? A recent Defense Office of Hearing and Appeals (DOHA) case showed that is not necessarily the case. A contractor was
In the world of high tech defense activities, contractors move around or change jobs quite often. For that reason, companies frequently have their employees sign non-disclosure and non-compete statements. The main purpose of this is to prevent the loss of proprietary information to competitors. A defense department contractor recently found
Many on this site have asked if the results of a polygraph taken with another agency can result in a security clearance revocation with your current employer. The answer is yes if the conduct or issues disclosed in the polygraph fall within the 13 adjudicative guidelines that apply to all