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Military Security Clearances

Basic information about military security clearances and clearance denials.

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3 Levels of Security Clearance

Security Clearances >> Browse Articles >> Security Clearance Guides National security information that requires protection against unauthorized disclosure are classified at one of the following three levels. Top Secret Clearance Top Secret is applied to information that reasonably could be expected to cause exceptionally grave damage to the national security if disclosed to unauthorized sources.

Security Clearances: Get the Answer to What, Who, When , and Why

by Sgt. James Humbucker Any person who has worked or will work for an organization that requires access to restricted information more than likely has or will need a security clearance. The largest source of individuals with security clearances is the military population. Once this group finis

Security Clearance Denials - Clearance Legal Help

Personnel Security Clearances are based on a Personnel Security Investigation. They, like any other governmental process, are to be performed in accordance with specific regulatory guidance. Specifically, clearances are to occur in accordance with Executive Order 12968, "Access to Classified Information," August 2, 1995, and Department of Defense (DoD) Regulation 5200.2- R, "Personnel Security Program," January 1987.

Introduction to Security Clearances

What is a security clearance? The Federal Government gives selected personnel or companies a security clearance as a means of determining their eligibility for access to classified information or facilities. There are three levels of personnel clearance: Confidential, Secret, and Top Secret. What Agency Processes Clearances?