Security Clearance Denial
Reasons why security clearance applications are rejected.
In a previous post “Financial Issues Still the Biggest Reason for a Clearance Denial” I explained what the adjudicative guidelines stated regarding concerns about financial issues and ways for applicants to provide mitigation. Yet, it still seems almost every day we get comments or questions on the site from applicants
It may be surprising to a lot of people in the United States that Israel is listed by the U.S. Department of State as a designated country and has export control and ITAR restrictions and sanctions are in place due to concerns about missile technology theft and other issues. Isn’t Israel
A contractor employee working for the Department of Energy had his security clearance suspended because he was caught viewing pornography at work on his government computer. After an administrative inquiry was conducted by the local security office, it was determined that the employee had been viewing sexually explicit material at
In one of the more unusual security clearance denial appeals I have run across, a DOE applicant successfully pled his case in front of the judge after explaining the circumstances of why he failed to list his military service in the Army from 1978-1984. He also had to explain why