Interim Clearance Issue Mitigation

Often clients must take certain actions prior to submitting a clearance application form, so that information regarding these actions can be included in the application form and thereby increase the possibility of receiving an interim clearance. The Government can make an interim clearance decision in less than a month; whereas, final clearance decisions currently can take over 12 months for problematic cases. This service makes recommendations regarding actions that should be initiated and actions that should be completed prior to submitting a clearance application. The client is also given specific information on how the actions are accomplished. Assistance in preparing pertinent sections of the application form and/or attachments to the form is offered for an additional fee (see Clearance Application Assistance), once the actions have been initiated or completed. (Estimated average range of charges: 2 to 7 hours)

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Additional Services

Clearance Assessment

Evaluates a client’s situation, determines the importance of the issues presented, identifies mitigating factors, and proposes courses of action to…

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Clearance Q&A

This service provides a detailed written email response to questions about federal clearance processing, procedures, policies, and standards.

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Clearance Application Assistance

Insures applicants avoid errors and omission that could result in multi-month delays in clearance processing.

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Interim Clearance Issue Mitigation

Because the decision to grant an interim clearance is made before an investigation is completed, mitigating security issues during the application stage is critical to obtaining an interim clearance.

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Subject Interview Preparation

Clients are advised about mitigating information they should volunteer during a Subject Interview and assisted in identifying and/or preparing documents they should give to the investigator.

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