How do you get a security clearance and how do you keep a government military clearance.
The current background investigation process is riddled with pain points. And is it any wonder when the policy framework is 50 years old?
Department of Energy clearance holders saw one of the largest salary increases in the recent ClearanceJobs Salary Survey. Learn more about why DoE clearances are in demand.
Accidentally find or access classified information on a public-facing website? DSS is reminding contractors what to do if they find classified material online.
Your financial issues may be organizational issues. Here’s why getting your clutter under control could help your clearance – and your career.
Wonder what affect working in the marijuana industry will have on your security clearance? Remember marijuana use is still illegal under federal law.
Need more bad news concerning the current security clearance backlog? A recently contested contract award for background investigator support is only adding to NBIB’s headaches.
If a drug or alcohol evaluation is required or recommended as apart of your security clearance investigation process, don’t be nervous. Here’s what to expect.
Work begins this week on the annual National Defense Authorization Act
Security clearance delays are a reality. The good news is that a savvy security clearance applicant can actually leverage the delays to his or her benefit.
What will it take to improve the quality of background investigations? What will it take to improve the morale of background investigators?
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