Representation in Security Clearance Matters
A security clearance refers to eligibility of an individual to access classified information. Any person who has worked with or will work for an organization that requires access to restricted information will most likely need a security clearance. A security clearance allows that individual to access classified national security information, up to and including the level of security clearance they hold, provided they need to know the information to perform their duties.
Currently, 1 out of every 30 Americans has some sort of security clearance and, unfortunately, it is estimated that 1 out of every 1000 of these individuals will compromise the secrets they are entrusted with. This is why the clearance application process is so stringent and why security clearance representation is vitally important.
We provide thorough security clearance representation during the application, review, and appeal processes for federal agencies including, but not limited to:
- USAID – United States Agency for International Development
- DoD – Department of Defense
- DSS – Defense Security Service
- ICE – Immigration and Customs Enforcement
- DOJ – Department of Justice
- DOS – Department of State
- CIA – Central Intelligence Agency
- USCIS – U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
- DCAA – Defense Contract Audit Agency
- DoN – Department of Navy
When you are applying for a security clearance, you should approach the process carefully and with meticulous care. Honesty throughout the process is essential! Even if you have a less than perfect incident in your past, it is better to explain it detail then to attempt to cover it up.
Comprehensive and effective security clearance representation is vitally important to an individual looking to obtain or retain their security clearance. We can help you navigate the process, no matter what stage you are in. We have the experience and knowledge to expertly walk you through every step of the security clearance process; from initial SF 86 application, to status updates, appeals, and more.