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Security Clearance Jobs

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) is one of the lesser known or talked about Intelligence Community agencies whose job requirements, much like the CIA, require eligibility for Top Secret/SCI access. What do they do? They provide the U.S. Government analysis of imagery and geospatial information that describes, assesses and visually

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Polygraph

Starting next year the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) will require all contractors who conduct sensitive compartmented information work to pass a counterintelligence-scope polygraph. The DIA Director of Security, Michael Londregan, issued the notice last week notifying its workforce that they will begin a phased implementation in January 2017. Ominously, the

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Polygraph

Lately there has been a lot of discussion and questions on the site regarding polygraphs and in response I have put together this general information. Keep in mind that each agency has its own criteria and policies regarding the use of polygraphs and acceptable results. NDI = A ‘passed’ polygraph

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Security Clearance Process

Two recent articles at ClearanceJobs.com note the rise – and importance – of professional security clearance attorneys. If you have a difficult clearance situation, or face the potential of losing your security clearance, chances are you’ll need some kind of professional assistance. When it comes to getting a job in

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