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Security Clearance Denial

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

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Background Investigations

The number of background investigators working on National Background Investigation Bureau (NBIB) cases has tripled over the last few years in an effort to whittle down the massive backlog of cases. As well, the number of companies providing contractor investigative services went from two to four. While this is good

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Past Security Clearance Posts

Background Investigations

Thursday evening, the Department of Defense released its rundown of government contracts valued at $7 Million or above. Infrequently are contracts directly related to the…
Security Clearance Denial

Everybody knows the saying “the truth is easier to remember than keeping up with the lies you told.” This concept escaped a DoD contractor who…
Background Investigations

The Office of Personnel Management’s National Background Investigation Bureau (NBIB) conducts background investigations for low risk non-sensitive, public trust, and national security positions for both…
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