The background investigation process is the government’s process for determining an individual’s trustworthiness with classified information.
Security clearance processing delays are a serious issue – can anything be done to expedite the process?
AIA has formed an industry consortium to provide process improvement suggestions concerning the background investigation backlog of over 700,000.
You may be surprised to learn the government obtains information about your debts, any civil court judgments or tax liens against you from your credit report.
Speculation does nothing besides cause security clearance applicants needless headaches.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is such a small agency, holding up even a few background investigations could have a significant impact on essential operations
Appropriations Committee report calls out OPM delays without providing a remedy
The Department of Energy (DoE) is one of a few agencies that runs its own personnel security clearance program. That doesn’t mean it has avoided the problem with delays.
Security clearance processing times continue to grow longer. Here’s where processing times are at, and how they got here.
Did you forget to list a traffic violation on your SF86? It’s probably nothing to lose sleep over – especially if you read the fine print.
The current background investigation process is riddled with pain points. And is it any wonder when the policy framework is 50 years old?
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