Some employers feel that a Security Clearance weighs more than experience. Many government contractors are eager to employ those with Security Clearances, even if they may not have the specific skills they are looking for to fill a job. Employers find that it is cheaper to hire someone with a clearance and train the employee rather than waiting the typical 12 months for the worker with no clearance to secure one.
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Official government security clearances are a distinction that allow you to work on the most sensitive and lucrative of projects. A Secret or Top Secret security clearance can add a significant increase to your salary when compared with their counterparts working in the commercial sector.
Security Clearances are based on position sensitivity. Non-Sensitive, Public Trust and National Security positions are divided by risk levels. Levels 1 through 6 are assigned to low risk, moderate risk and high risk. Non-Sensitive and Public Trust are not actual Security Clearances. They are levels of background investigations
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90% of companies use background checks to make hiring decisions
The #1 reasons for being denied a clearance is derogatory credit and delinquent taxes
Many companies deny “ANY” type of employment for people with criminal records
Several National employers currently have charges pending for EEOC Title VII violations
for unlawful discrimination based on criminal and credit history
Who to contact if you feel you have been discriminated against
The biggest, most common mistakes made on security forms
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When is fingerprinting required and where are fingerprints stored?
Understand the “Adjudication” process.
What is a “Public Trust” investigation?
Who or what determines “Suitability”?
Unfavorable clearance or suitability information is stored where?
How to amend security forms.
What is an interim clearance and how do I get one?
How long does it take to get a security clearance?
What determines a clearance termination, downgrade or denial?
How to appeal a security clearance or revocation.
What is involved in a periodic reinvestigation?
50% of the 156 million American workforce may not qualify for a clearance
I’ve been unemployed and unable to pay my bills, now I have bad credit.
I owe back Federal taxes.
My spouse is a Foreign National.
My security clearance has been terminated.
I did not tell the whole truth on my security clearance forms.
I fudged the truth on my resume.
My brother is involved in criminal activities.
I left something off my security clearance application. Can I add it after the application
has been submitted?
I have unexplained income.
I gamble regularly at local casinos and Internet gambling games.
I often spend beyond my means through excessive shopping.
My neighbors have seen be drunk on several occasions.
I’ve spent time in a drug treatment program.
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I am no longer on probation but cannot pay restitution because I am unemployed?
I unknowingly did volunteer work for the government of a foreign country.
I received a reprimand for unauthorized use of my government credit card.