Security Clearance Denial
Reasons why security clearance applications are rejected.
A recent Defense Office Hearing and Appeals (DOHA) to deny eligibility for a security clearance to a Department of Defense (DoD) contractor based on foreign influence and foreign preference concerns resulting from the applicant’s ties to Canada.
Last July I wrote about what the top issues were that resulted in security clearances denials by the Defense Office of Hearing and Appeals (DOHA) Board which review industrial security clearance cases. Here are the final numbers on the 884 cases that were heard this year broken down by the
In a recent Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) case the original decision to remove a Department of the Navy employee due to his security clearance being revoked was upheld by the board. Specifically, the employee was removed for failure to maintain a top secret security clearance as a condition of
Not many are aware that Executive Order 10865 not only provides the authorities and guidance for safeguarding classified information, but it also provides due process requirements for those who may be issued a letter of intent to revoke or deny and a statement of reasons. Below are the provisions each