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Twenty employees at the Defense Finance and Accounting Service got a reprieve yesterday. They were part of a group of more than 60 to be fired because their jobs were classified as sensitive, and they were having debt-related problems. Debra Roth, partner at Shaw, Bransford and Roth, explains.
What jobs are hot for those with security clearances? This week, host Derrick T. Dortch talks with Director and Founder of ClearenceJobs.com Evan Lesser.
June 25, 2010
For federal IT professionals, getting your security clearance is only half the battle.
Lawyer John Mahoney explains what your rights are for seeing a mental health professional.
Attorney John Mahoney explains the threats to security clearances if you access WikiLeaks.
Federal employees are being warned not to look at documents leaked by WikiLeaks website,
Government making progress on cutting clearance times, but member of Congress fear backsliding.
Tags: In Depth , Francis Rose , Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs Co , Daniel Akaka , George Voinovich , Chris Coons , Jeffrey Zients , James Clapper , John Berry , Beth McGrath , Brenda Farrell ,
Pay your bills or lose your job. Thirty nine Defense Department workers whose jobs were at risk because of their bad credit ratings will lose their positions after all.
DISA brings a career fair to Ft. Meade for the first time. DISA's director of Manpower, Personnel and Security Jack Penkoske says attendees can build their federal resumes, qualify for security clearances and take advantage of the organization's award-winning quality of life programs.
Read more about that bill on the Hill.