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A security clearance is a status granted to individuals allowing them access to classified information (state or organizational secrets) or to restricted areas, after  ... More »

www.state.gov/m/ds/clearances/c10978.htm

THE SECURITY CLEARANCE. Eligibility for access to classified information, commonly known as a security clearance, is granted only to those for whom an ...

www.clearancejobs.com/security_clearance_faq.pdf

Answers to frequently asked questions about U.S. Government security clearances, the National Industrial Security Program (NISP), the Office of Personnel ...

www.military.com/veteran-jobs/security-clearance-jobs/security-clearance-eligibility.html

How are you judged to be eligible for security clearance? Read up on the major guidelines that you should follow.

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There's just one small matter: The position requires a US security clearance, and you don't have one. You may think that you can just apply for the clearance and ...

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Security Clearances. Many people think that they can go to a company or agency and apply for their own security clearance. This is far from the truth. Only the ...

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Background checks and security clearances for federal jobs. Everyone hired for a federal job undergoes a basic background check of his or her criminal and ...

www.northropgrumman.com/Careers/Pages/SecurityClearances.aspx

Some positions at Northrop Grumman may require a security clearance. Learn more about security clearances.

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A security clearance is an authorization that allows access to information that would otherwise be forbidden.

www.thebalance.com/a-guide-to-security-clearance-for-u-s-government-jobs-4047306

Many US government jobs require security clearance. Learn about the types of security clearances and the investigation process with these FAQs.