Yesterday the Wall Street Journal published a scathing review of the security clearance investigation process at US Investigations Services, LLC.
On December 22, 2010 the Office of Personnel Management announced that in February they will begin a phased implementation of the Electronic Questionnaires for Investigations Processing (e-QIP) version of the new March 2010 Questionnaire for National Security Positions (Standard Form 86—SF86). A copy of the new SF86 has not yet
In an earlier blog post it was mentioned that OPM chose to prosecute six investigators to send a message to potential offenders that they can face felony charges and jail time, instead of just being fired. Is this part of that message? A former Central Intelligence Agency investigator pleaded guilty
Veritas Capital, a leading private equity firm, announced the acquisition of Kroll Government Services, Inc. from Kroll, Inc. Kroll Government Services, Inc. has been a leading provider of U.S. government security-clearance background investigations. Kroll Government Services, Inc. has been renamed KeyPoint Government Solutions, Inc. KeyPoint will continue to service U.S.,