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#1 Posted : Monday, April 22, 2019 2:56:28 PM(UTC)

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I saw this over on clearancejobs.com and thought I would post it here


Everything you need to know (or maybe you are just morbidly curious) about the details of the Statement of Reasons (SOR), the appeal process, the Letter of Denial or the Letter of Revocation and all the ins and outs thereof.

I found it interesting because it confirms in black and white (or 1's and 0's) that the applicant gets two strikes: first the response, and then, if needed, the appeal. Maybe the first strike is the original SF-86/eQIP.

I never heard of the Center for Defense Security Education (CDSE) but they're the good folks who put this together.
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