Tag Archives: Security Clearance

  • Understanding Key Steps of the Security Clearance Adjudication Process

    For individuals who must go through the security clearance adjudication process, it can be a nervous and confusing process. Each individual attempting to obtain a security clearance must have a sponsor, but if security concerns arise, the adjudication process can be differen… more

  • Everything You Need to Know About Continuous Vetting

    Ryan Dennis, Deputy Assistant Director of Continuous Vetting within the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA), joined us on a podcast episode of Security Cleared Jobs: Who’s Hiring and How to discuss the continuous vetting of security clearances. Read on t… more

  • Security Clearances & Foreign Contacts: Who Do You Need to Report?

    All security clearance holders have an obligation to report potential security concerns, whether they are about themselves or others. This includes reporting your foreign contacts – meaning any person who is not a U.S. citizen or U.S. national. This is of the utmost import… more

  • Reapplying for a Security Clearance After a Denial or Revocation

    “I will never be able to get a security clearance again after this denial.” That is a common thought that many people feel after having a clearance denied or revoked. However, as long as you take the necessary steps to ensure that the previous reasons for your security c… more

  • Understanding Guideline B: Foreign Influence

    Many employees and contractors of the United States federal government who require access to classified information in the course of performing their duties are required to obtain and maintain a security clearance. However, many have had their security clearance denied or re… more