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Security Clearance Programs
Obtain personal and facility security clearance for you, your offices, warehouses, manufacturing plants, or other facilities using our comprehensive guide to Personal and Facility Security Clearance. Anyone with access to classified data requires a clearance at the level the data is classified. For this reason, security clearances are required for a wide range of jobs, from senior management to janitorial. Jobs that require a security clearance can be found either as positions working directly for the Federal government or as authorized Federal contractors. Over time, more clearance jobs are being outsourced to contractors Due to an overall shortage in security-cleared candidates and a long time frame to obtain the credentials for an uncleared worker, those with clearance are often paid more than their non-cleared equivalent counterparts.

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Index:
Introduction
Chapter 1: The Facility Security Clearance Process
Chapter 2: The Personnel Security Clearance Process
Chapter 3: Foreign Interests
Appendix A: Glossary of Frequently Used Terms
Appendix B: Facility Security Clearance Checklist
Appendix C : Defense Industrial Security Clearance Office
Appendix D : Industrial Security Regional Areas of Responsibility
Form 1 : Sample Sponsorship Letter
Form 2 : Contract Security Classification Specification
Form 3 : Key Management Personnel List
Form 4 : FBI Fingerprint Card
Form 5 : Defense Security Agreement
Form 6 : Appendage to Defense Security Agreement
Form 7 : Certificate Pertaining to Foreign Interest




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