Security Clearance Denial
Reasons why security clearance applications are rejected.
It truly is amazing how an individual’s perspective on situations and life’s events can become totally skewed and out of sync with actual reality. In a recent Defense Office of Hearing and Appeals (DOHA) case the applicant, a former military service member, filled out the SF-86 and indicated that he had served
Mishandling Classified Information Usually Results in Clearance Suspension: Except for Hillary Clinton
Standard procedure is to suspend the security clearance of anyone who is suspected of mishandling classified national security information while an investigation is conducted to determine the severity of the incident and the culpability of the offender. Once the investigation is completed a review of all the information is done
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