SF85 (Questionnaire for Non Sensitive Positions)
Recent changes to background investigations for Public Trust positions require more information – but the inconsistency of the process leaves questions as to how effective these changes really are.
If you apply for a position that requires access to sensitive information, you’ll need to fill out an application for eligibility. That may be one of two forms – the SF-85, or the SF-86.
Confused about all of the paperwork required for your government position? Learn more about the Declaration for Federal Employment and the types of background investigations required.
Does a security clearance fulfill the requirements of a public trust? The answer is, ‘it depends.’ The position may or may not require a new investigation.
Filling out your security clearance application – or SF-86 – correctly, is one of the most important steps in your cleared career. Fortunately, there are tips for making this complex process much less painful.
While many government jobs do not require a security clearance, certain sensitive positions are designated as “Public Trust Positions.”
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