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Security Clearance Process

Background investigators can tell you they hate it when they are interviewing someone who has listed information way beyond what the scope of the questions are asking for on the Questionnaire for National Security Positions (SF-86). That is because the investigator has to cover all of the information listed by

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Security Clearance Denial

When a clearance applicant certifies the Questionnaire for National Security Positions (SF-86), they are signing to say their statements on the form, and on any attachments to it, are true, complete, and correct to the best of their knowledge and are made in good faith. They are also stating that they understand

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A few weeks ago, security clearance holders started getting emails that looked like they came from the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA) that referenced the collection of information needed from them on an “SF-86F” (which does not exist) or SF86. In reality, it is a sophisticated malicious phishing email

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Background Investigations

As many on this site have said for security clearance applicants, it is better to tell all then try to hide stuff and hope no one finds out. Many times, the information you are trying to hide can be mitigated, but the fact that you lied about it can’t. That

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