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Staying Employed in the Classified Workplace: Good Professional Hygiene Avoids Security Clearance Snares

Overview:

Too often, applicants or holders of security clearances only think of their livelihood AFTER they have received word from their department or agency that they have become a “security concern.” Based on his forty-one (41) years’ experience with federal security clearances, Tully Rinckey national security Partner Daniel Meyer and Associate Lachlan McKinion will discuss how to position oneself for maximum success in staying employed in a classified workspace.

Topics Include:

  • Learn to understand your role in the personnel security system from a former security officer’s perspective;
  • Understand how to prepare your personal and professional life to lessen your security liability in the classified workspace; and
  • Gain sight of what specific practices armor you against having to defend your eligibility for access to classified information.

How to Join:

To participate, please register using the form on this page. After registering, you will receive a link and instructions on how to access the webinar via email.

If you have any questions about the webinar or our services, please contact marketing@tullylegal.com or call us at 518 218 7100.

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Presented by:

Daniel Meyer

Overview:

Dan Meyer, a Partner at Tully Rinckey PLLC’s Washington, D.C. office, has dedicated more than 25 years of service to the field of Federal Employment and National Security law as both a practicing attorney and federal investigator and senior executive.

Lachlan McKinion

Overview:

Lachlan McKinion is an Associate in Tully Rinckey’s Washington, D.C., office, where he focuses on national security and security clearance law. Lachlan’s practice includes appellate litigation before the Merit Systems Protection Board, guiding Intelligence Community and Defense clients through the security adjudication process, and representing whistleblowers before the Office of Special Counsel and various Intelligence and Defense Inspectors General.