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Kushner’s clearance reinstatement highlights procedure

According to NBC News, more than 700 people had their security clearances revoked in 2017. Although almost two people have their security clearances revoked every day, their stories rarely make headlines. That changed this year when son-in-law and Special Advisor to the President Jared Kushner had his top-secret security clearance revoked by White House Chief of Staff John Kelly.

Appealing a security clearance denial

Numerous jobs require Pennsylvania residents to handle sensitive or classified information either in a position with the federal government or in a position with a federal contractor. Many of those positions require a security clearance. For those who receive a letter from the Department of Defense denying such a clearance, it may help to know that it may be possible to appeal that decision.

Reporting requirements for security clearances has changed

As Pennsylvania residents live their lives, the potential is always there to make mistakes. For those with security clearances, those mistakes could possibly affect whether they can do their jobs. Up to this point, background checks only took place at certain intervals, but that recently changed.

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