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How the Cancellation of 6 Billion Dollars in Student Loan Debt Will Impact Your Security Clearance

Delinquent student loan debt is a major concern that could negatively impact your security clearance if you do not take action to resolve it. Delinquent student loan debt in…

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How the Misuse of Information Technology Systems Can Have a Negative Impact on an Individual’s Security Clearance

The misuse of information technology systems in relation to national security clearance is governed under Guideline M, Use of Information Technology Systems in the Security…

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SHARED INTEL: How Russia’s war mongering compromises those holding security clearances

While global commerce is an important aspect of the world economy, individuals who hold national security clearances need to be aware that some of the activities they engage in…

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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…

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How to Reapply for a Security Clearance After a Denial or Revocation as a DOD Government Contractor

If your clearance is denied or revoked after a lengthy adjudication process, you are probably asking yourself, “will I ever be able to obtain a security clearance again?” The…

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Does an Alcohol Related Incident Prevent Me From Obtaining or Maintaining a Security Clearance?

Under Guideline G, Alcohol Consumption, the government may have security concerns related to excessive alcohol consumption as it may lead to questionable judgment or criminal…

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Obtain or Maintain Your Security Clearance Despite Engaging in Unfavorable Sexual Conduct

Many security clearance holders who work for or on behalf of the U.S. government are required to travel or be deployed overseas in support of U.S. missions. These temporary duty…

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A small change in an arcane appeals process will ripple throughout the Defense Department

Earlier this year, the Defense Department issued a new policy to streamline appeals by people trying to become eligible to access classified information. All of the appeals are…

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