Category Archives: Security Clearance
Security Clearances: DUIs to One-Night Stands with Russian Nationals
Anthony Kuhn, Managing Partner with Tully Rinckey PLLC and specialist in Military and Security Clearance Law, shares insights to help you protect your security clearance, whether you’ve been arrested for a bar fight, a DUI, or had a one-night stand with a Russian national.… more
How the Misuse of Information Technology Systems Can Impact Your Security Clearance
Under Guideline M, Use of Information Technology, the government may have security concerns related to the misuse of information technology systems as it tends to show an inability to follow laws, rules, and regulations and thus creates a heightened risk of coercion, exploit… more
What You Need to Know About Continuous Monitoring and Self-Reporting
Anthony Kuhn, Managing Partner with Tully Rinckey PLLC and specialist in Military and Security Clearance Law, shares insights to help you protect your security clearance, whether you've run into financial concerns or smoked marijuana. How does continuous monitoring impact… more
Will Security Clearance Guideline L Outside Activities Lead to a Security Review?
Not all security clearance concerns are equal. National security attorneys recognize trends reviewing large volumes of federal government challenges to employee, contractor, and service members gaining or keeping security clearances. Guideline E, Personal Conduct and Guid… more
Will Aiding or Fighting for Ukraine Impact My Security Clearance?
The conflict in Ukraine has brought forth opportunities for humanitarian and military assistance in all types and forms. While this is an admirable action, if you hold a security clearance and attempt to provide any aid to Ukraine, this is very likely to negatively impact yo… more