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Security Clearance Jobs

Most of the questions, comments, and discussions about security clearance processes revolve around DoD and Intelligence Community agencies. There are, however, many other Federal Government agencies that also have a significant number of positions that require a security clearance. One of these, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

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Security Clearance Denial

Security clearance applicants should beware of heeding advice that contradicts answering truthfully and providing full disclosure on the SF-86. Ultimately, it is you who will have to answer the mail when it comes out during the course of the investigation process. A defense contractor found this out the hard way

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Obtaining Security Clearance

While the vast majority of security clearances are processed through the Department of Defense, several government agencies (including the Intelligence Community) run their own investigation processes. While the security clearance adjudicative criteria are standard, federal employment suitability standards differ between agencies, as well as procedures for clearance denial. The State

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Security Clearance Denial

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Hearing and Appeals, much like its counterpart within the DoD (DOHA), hears appeals for those denied eligibility for a DOE “Q” or “L” security clearances. Unlike DOHA, the DOE appeals board decides on both federal and contractor employees alike and makes adjudicative decisions

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