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Is the security clearance process broken?

Although the system is designed to protect national security, it’s an open secret that the process of obtaining a security clearance is difficult to understand. While some people are approved quickly, others with similar backgrounds are caught in clearance limbo for months without explanation. Why is the system like this and how could it improve?

Appealing denial of a security clearance

If you have recently received a Letter of Intent (LOI) from the Department of Defense or State, it means that your security clearance request is being considered for denial. It hasn’t been formally denied yet, but the groundwork is being laid to do that.

Security clearance threshold under scrutiny

If you have a national security clearance or are hoping to obtain one, you are probably aware of the seemingly rigorous background check you must go through. A variety of factors are considered to establish your trustworthiness in handling sensitive information on behalf of the U.S. government, and a few factors are coming under increased scrutiny recently.

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