Is it OK to put security clearance on resume?

Is it OK to put security clearance on resume?

A: It’s perfectly okay to specify that you have a clearance, as well as clearance type. It’s also okay to list polygraph information and dates on your resume, according to intelligence agency resume guidelines, including those provided by the National Security Agency.

How long does it take to get an interim secret clearance 2020?

5 to 10 days

Can I get a secret clearance with bad credit?

It is technically possible, to get top secret clearance with bad credit, but definitely not if the debt occurred because of reckless spending, gambling, careless investing or drug or alcohol dependency.

Do you get interviewed for a secret clearance?

The answer – no, not standard protocol. But it’s also not out of the ordinary. A number of things can trigger an interview as a part of a Secret clearance investigation. A Subject interview is basically your opportunity to provide information to the adjudicator through an investigator/agent.

What are the requirements for a secret clearance?

SECURITY CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS An individual cannot apply for Security Clearance. A cleared contractor or government entity must sponsor you. You either (a) must be an employee of or consultant for that cleared contractor, or (b) you’ve received and accepted a written offer of employment from the cleared contractor.

How far does a secret clearance go back?

Security Clearance Adjudicative Process The clearance process for Secret level access uses an investigation called the National Agency Check with Law and Credit that goes back five years, while the clearance process for Top Secret uses a Single Scope Background Investigation that goes back ten years.

Can a felon get a secret clearance?

For DoD, statute provides that if you have a felony conviction, you may not receive a security clearance unless you obtain a waiver from the Secretary of Defense.

How do I know if I have a secret clearance?

The Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS) can be used by your FSO to check your clearance status. Your Personnel Security Investigation (PSI) may be either current or expired. Your PSI is current if it is not more than five years old for a Top Secret clearance or not more than 10 years for a Secret clearance.