Security Clearance Denial
Reasons why security clearance applications are rejected.
“Failure to provide truthful and candid answers during the security clearance process” is one of the most common reasons for the denial or revocation of security clearances. Of the approximately 1,300 security clearance cases decided by Administrative Judges of the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals (DOHA) during fiscal year
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According to a May 25, 2009 article at FederalTimes.com, Fifty-three federal and contractor falsified security clearance background investigations since 2005. . . . All of them have either been fired or left their jobs, and six were prosecuted within the last year for criminal misconduct. The investigators worked directly or
A scientist in the Los Angeles area working for DoD prime contractor Boeing is under investigation for mishandling classified information. “Abraham Lesnik, listed as an employee at Boeing’s Space Based Radar group in El Segundo, has been the subject of three searches of his Valley Village home, the FBI confirmed.