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The first step in getting a security clearance: Form SF86 eQIP

Many Pennsylvania residents who want to work for the federal government, for federal contractors or the military will not be able to do their jobs without being able to handle classified information. This means that a security clearance is vital. In order to obtain one, it will be necessary to get through the application process, which begins with filling out Form SF86 eQIP.

This new version of the form is the electronic version of the same form. The questions remain the same, along with the way that they should be answered. Honesty is always the best policy. People who fail to answer the questions asked or leave things out because the question did not address that part of an answer will find themselves in hot water.

The government does not simply rely on the answers given on the form. They investigate the individual and verify the answers. The form requires you to provide a substantial amount of information about the applicant's past. Even if someone believes that a certain piece of information may not reflect well on him or her, that should not keep it from being put into the application. It may be better for it to come from the applicant rather than to be discovered during the investigation.

No one is expected to be perfect. Even though there may be some information that may preclude a Pennsylvania resident from obtaining a security clearance, it would be better to be the first to bring it up. Being prepared to explain certain answers and to work with an investigator could go a long way toward overcoming any potential obstacles that could arise in answering the questions put forth in Form SF86 eQIP.

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