A security clearance is a determination by the United States Government that a person or company is eligible
for access to classified information.
If you have contact with foreign nationals through your work or personal life, it’s important to report those foreign contacts to your security officer.
If you’ve had your security clearance suspended, you’re likely wondering if that means your chances of maintaining a security clearance or sunk, or if you can successfully appeal the decision.
DoD civilians and contractors deploying or relocating to Korea should take heed: patronizing juicy bars is a slippery slope when it comes to maintaining a security clearance.
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.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has an important job – protecting and maintaining nuclear security and U.S. nuclear reactors.
A DUI arrest may seem like a career killer, but it isn’t. Here are five reasons it’s always a good idea to report a DUI to your employer.
The NSA wants to trust you, truly. First they will conduct their background investigation and administer a polygraph before declaring you trustworthy.
Security clearance holders are briefed regularly on security protocols and standard operating procedures. Unusual circumstances still occur, and we need to be prepared for those, as well.
Jared Kushner’s national security clearance remains in progress. Is his life too complicated to be trusted with the nation’s secrets? Time will tell.
DHS suitability hearing on Capitol Hill sheds light on agency’s inconsistencies, reciprocity’s failures.
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