What's the Hold Up?: A Review of Security Clearance Backlog and Reciprocity Issues Plaguing Today's Government and Private Sector Workforce : Hearing Before the Committee on Government Reform, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eighth Congress, Second Session, May 6, 2004

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Página 157 - ... substantial information indicating that an employee may not satisfy the standards in section 3.1 of this order, background investigations and eligibility determinations conducted under this order shall be mutually and reciprocally accepted by all agencies. (b) Except where there is substantial information indicating that the employee may not satisfy the standards in section 3.1 of this order, an employee with...
Página 38 - DOE's Progress on Reducing Its Security Clearance Work Load. GAO/RCED-93-183. Washington, DC: August 12, 1993. Personnel Security: Efforts by DOD and DOE to Eliminate Duplicative Background Investigations. GAO/RCED-93-23. Washington, DC: May 10, 1993.
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Página 1 - The committee met, pursuant to notice, at 10 am, in room 2154, Rayburn House Office Building, Hon. Tom Davis of Virginia (chairman of the committee) presiding. Present: Representatives Tom Davis of Virginia...
Página 11 - Thank you. Mr. Van Hollen. Mr. VAN HOLLEN. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. Thank you, Madam Secretary and gentlemen for your testimony.

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