The background investigation process is the government’s process for determining an individual’s trustworthiness with classified information.
Background investigations for the security clearance process require more field work than you might think. This has only increased in recent years – but that may soon change.
Some of the items on the investigations may require completion of a form sent out by the NBIB to a person named by the subject of the investigation.
Another national tragedy brings attention to the porous and incomplete record repositories the government relies on to keep its citizens safe.
Are slow security clearance processing times a national security threat? Yes, they are – if you believe the adage that a quality defense workforce is our greatest asset.
Committing a crime, smoking dope or avoiding your taxes are all fine ways to lose your adjudication appeal. And your parent’s nationality may be of interest and concern.
It was a busy year in the world of background investigations. The processing times may have been slow, but the news came fast.
A recently released report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) cautions the CE program still has a long way to go.
There is a common pain point in industry – the requirement to submit multiple applications, submit to multiple investigations, and the ongoing need to renew security clearances.
A Request for Information (RFI) posted September 20 suggests DSS is in the midst of planning for its potential background investigations takeover.
Security clearance processing delays are a serious issue – can anything be done to expedite the process?
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