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Answering some questions about security clearances

Working for the federal government often involves hearing, seeing and knowing about certain matters sensitive to the defense of this country. For those employees, including many from Pennsylvania, security clearances are essential in order to be trusted with the type of information that could jeopardize the safety of this country. Recent news stories about the revocation of clearances by the current administration have raised questions for some people.

Defense funding bill includes warning re security clearances

Pennsylvania residents who work for the federal government may have heard about the sex scandals occurring in the military in the last few years. Many people believe the buck stops at the Pentagon, and Congress agrees. The new defense funding bill includes a warning that those facing allegations of sexual harassment or misconduct could lose their security clearances regardless of rank or position in the Pentagon.

Common reasons for the denial of a security clearance

It can be difficult for a Pennsylvania resident to know how a particular piece of information about him or her will be perceived. When it comes to obtaining a security clearance, that individual could be left second-guessing every action or potential indiscretion in his or her past. Numerous issues could cause the denial of a clearance, but some appear more often than others.

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