Christopher Graham, who has been a long time member of the security clearance community and is Of Counsel for The Federal Practice Group, weighs in on the 'broken' security clearance process despite the 2016 changes.
Founding Partner Debra D'Agostino of The Federal Practice Group talks the difference between Jared Kushner's recent security clearance woes, and those of what her clients would be facing. "Most of my clients would already be indefinitely suspended," said D'Agostino. To read Joe Davidson’s complete story click on the link: https://tinyurl.com/y95z3r2n
One of the most common questions our team of nationwide security clearance lawyers receives from clients involves how long their security clearance process will take. The answer, as with most things that involve the law and government, is that it depends. All cases are unique and the process may be different for everyone. While there are […]
Working with the federal government can be a tasking job, and perhaps a little more invasive than if you worked at a local retail store. When you are under the employment of the government, as you go higher in your rankings, the moresecurity clearance you will need in order to be allowed access to certain information. […]