Security Clearance: Do You Want to Know a Secret? - Nov 2023

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This session was recorded on November 8th, 2023

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This briefing will discuss the ins and outs of obtaining and keeping security clearances for your company and your employees. All Federal agencies require various levels of security clearance for jobs and projects engaged in providing goods or services to the U.S. government involving access to or creation of classified or sensitive information. Higher levels of security clearances are required for areas of Departments of Justice, State, DoD, and all national security positions. This process requires a government or current security holder sponsor and can be arduous, lengthy and if not handled properly, may result in refusal or removal of clearance and loss of work. 

Recommended attendees for this briefing include Key Management Personnel, Facilities Security Officers, Business Owners, Business Development, Prime, and Sub-Contractors who want to participate in solicitations and cleared projects. 


1:00 PM  Topical Overview

  • Facilities Security Clearance (FCL)
  • Personal Security Clearance (PCL)
  • What is Considered (Adjudicative Guidelines)
  • Adjudication Process
  • Things to Consider Once You Get a Clearance

1:05 PM  Welcome and Introductions


1:10 PM  Introduction to Security Clearances

1:25 PM  How to Obtain a Security Clearance for Your Company (FCL)

  • Facilities Security Clearance Overview
  • Facilities Security Clearance Processing
  • Foreign Ownership, Control, or Influence (FOCI) Mitigation
  • Practical Considerations to Obtain and Keep Your FCL

1:50 PM How to Obtain a Security Clearance for Yourself or Your Employees

  • Personal Security Clearance Overview
  • Personal Security Clearance Processing
  • Review of the Adjudicative Guidelines
  • What to do if your clearance is at risk

2:20 PM Q&A

 2:30 PM Final Remarks & Additional Resources


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Jason Moy

Cordatis LLP

OF Counsel