Most Federal Government civilian, military and contractor positions, employees are required to complete a Standard Form 86 (SF 86)/electronic Questionnaire for Investigation Processing (eQIP).
Why does the government require reporting some incidents and convictions if they’ve ever occured, while others only need to be reported from the previous 7 years?
It was a busy year in the world of background investigations. The processing times may have been slow, but the news came fast.
Interested in a national security career that involves working with people every day, requires excellent time management and involves a lot of autonomy? Consider a career as a background investigator.
How do you make the security clearance process better when it takes eight years to adjust one question?
Your current employer may be contacted as a part of a new security clearance application. You can take several steps to make yourself look better either way.
If you have a disgruntled supervisor in your past, you may wonder if it’s better to leave this person off of your SF-86.
Yes, the security clearance process judges you by the company you keep. If your friends participate in ongoing illegal activity (including drug use), it may be an issue.
Few people would take issue with this act of love. But, if you’re a security clearance holder you’ll want to take additional steps to mitigate any foreign influence issues.
When it comes to personal conduct, applicants should demonstrate they can follow rules and regulations and make good decisions.
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.
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