Polygraph test exam information and lie detector policies within the intelligence community for federal security clearances.
The attorney general wants to find the person or persons responsible for leaking the transcripts of presidential phone calls.
You’ve received a job offer from the CIA, but you can’t seem to pass your polygraph – are your dreams of an intelligence career over?
In an effort to clean house and raise its suitability standards, the Department of Homeland Security, specifically Customs and Border Patrol, is implementing more widespread polygraph testing as an employment requirement.
The polygraph continues to be controversial, and the rules regarding its use are largely contingent upon the type of position you’re in.
If you are joining the military, there is virtually no chance that you will ever see a polygraph
Security clearance polygraphs are one example of how the government exempts itself from what’s expected of private firms. Your employer (generally) can’t require a polygraph – but Uncle Sam can.
The ‘engineer’s mindset’ may be behind some individuals’ inability to pass a polygraph. Here’s what you need to know.
Preparing to take a security clearance polygraph? Here’s what you need to know about this (effective) method of screening high-level security clearance applicants.
The Director if National Intelligence issued new polygraph policy including procedures for reporting adverse information.
While polygraph tests have been the defacto method of uncovering lies for decades, a new, software-based predictive analysis tool looks to improve it.
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