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#1 Posted : Friday, July 2, 2021 3:23:45 PM(UTC)

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If you got hired by NSA, got all the clearances, and had to go to a meeting at CIA, it would be no problem. Maybe even if you did a short term assignment.

But if you wanted to get hired by CIA, I'll bet you have to start all over from step one just like anyone else.

Do not know this for a fact but I'll bet my next gluten free organic locally grown sustainably sourced wheat germ muffin on it.
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That’s unfortunately many of our experience. So much for reciprocity
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Originally Posted by: maybenot Go to Quoted Post
I’m in security processing with the NSA for a cyber security engineering position but my dream job is to work in the CIA’s DO . Still in college though so it may be a while before I even onboard. I definitely want to transition over to the DO in the future though so does anyone know if a TS/SCI clearance transfers over or do I have to redo the investigation, polygraph, etc .

You can move right over. If any of your security stuff is reaching the out of scope timeline, you may have to redo this. It happens often.
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