A security clearance is a determination by the United States Government that a person or company is eligible for access to classified information. View our Security Clearance FAQs page to learn more about how you get a security clearance and how do you keep a government military clearance.
A recent Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on the security clearance process presented an excellent opportunity to shed some light on the future direction of the background investigations and security clearance program.
It’s easy to blame the government for the months it takes to complete a background investigation. But applicants create delays of their own. Here are three common problems with a security clearance application.