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Background Investigations

The ‘Contract Rebid Summer 2022’ blog posting on Security Clearance Jobs Discussions is a hot topic of discussion these days with hundreds of posters weighing in on the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency’s solicitation for bids for companies to provide background investigation field services. CACI has the current prime contract for DCSA,

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Security Clearance Denial

Claiming hours worked when you don’t actually perform the work is never a good idea, yet it happens quite frequently with defense contractors working on government projects. A Raytheon systems engineer, who had a Secret clearance, had a habit of disappearing every Friday even though he claimed to be working during

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Security Clearance Jobs

The Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA), a nonpartisan, nonprofit trade association made up of senior executives and intelligence experts from public, private, and academic sectors, recently published a white paper identifying the challenges and obstacles getting cleared contractors from one agency or contract to another and recommended solutions to overcome these

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Security Clearance Denial

It is never a good idea to intentionally solicit sex with someone who you know to be a minor. And even if you don’t realize they are minors at first, once you become aware of it you should cease and desist all communications. A recent Defense Office of Hearing and

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