RE: [ISN] Personnel Shortage Hindering Net Security

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Date: Wed Mar 20 2002 - 01:14:58 PST

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    Forwarded from: Jason Lewis <jlewisat_private>
    [Please reply to the poster. - WK]
    My current problem is my clearance isn't current.  I have been out of
    the job that required it over 2 years.  My understanding is that
    within 2 years, the clearance is easy to reactivate.
    Am I a better candidate than someone who has NEVER had a clearance?  
    I would think it would be easier to turn mine back on.  True?
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    Subject: RE: [ISN] Personnel Shortage Hindering Net Security
    Forwarded from: Thomas Roy Garner <thomasroygarnerat_private>
    The current process for completing a TS package runs about 18 months
    (not exact, mind you).  There is a process for completing a package,
    which (in its basic form) consists of Standard Form (SF) 86, finger
    print cards (two sets), DD 1879 (depends), Office of Personnel
    Management (OPM) Cover Sheet.
    We use Electronic Personnel Security Questionnaire (EPSQ) version 2.2
    ( )and for those that have NEVER
    filled out an SF 86, EPSQ is very anal about full names, addresses,
    telephone numbers.
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