ClearanceJobs unveils its 2024 Security Clearance Compensation Report, showcasing a robust 6% increase in salaries for cleared professionals amid inflation and budget uncertainties. With the average cleared salary reaching a new high of $114,946, the report highlights the importance of compensation in motivating national security employees. As remote work preferences persist, respondents with remote or hybrid options report higher earnings, while those committed to the SCIF side prioritize extra vacation days and bonuses. With Gen Z emerging as a growing force in the cleared industry and a majority of respondents expressing satisfaction and commitment to the sector, the report underscores the stability and strength of the cleared job market. Both candidates and recruiters need to take a deep dive into the findings.

Contract Opportunities to Watch: SAIC

SAIC secures $284 million in intelligence community awards, signaling a strategic expansion into mission-critical IT and engineering domains. With notable wins exceeding $100 million each, the company’s focus on data, AI, and engineering underscores its commitment to delivering innovative solutions. Building on collaborative efforts within its newly formed business group, SAIC aims to strengthen customer relationships and advance mission objectives beyond traditional advisory services.

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DCS Corporation announces its expansion with a new location in Southern Maryland, aiming to enhance support for customers at Naval Air Station Patuxent River and drive efficiency. The move to 45310 Abell House Lane, Suite 250, California, MD, marks a significant milestone in DCS’s longstanding presence in the region since its inception in 1977.

From this location, DCS supports NAVAIR with engineering support, focusing on test and evaluation engineering, research, development, and systems integration for Navy and Marine Corps aircraft and aviation subsystems. The new office space boasts modern amenities, including a spacious conference room, breakout areas, secure labs, and SCIF-ready facilities, reflecting DCS’s dedication to sustainability and community engagement in Southern Maryland.

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Jillian Hamilton has worked in a variety of Program Management roles for multiple Federal Government contractors. She has helped manage projects in training and IT. She received her Bachelors degree in Business with an emphasis in Marketing from Penn State University and her MBA from the University of Phoenix.