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(more) When Do D CAF security and psychological professionals identify an individual who may have a medical condition and/or substance abuse issue of potential security concern, the Do D CAF will contact individuals through his/her facility security officer.
If the individual consents to participate in the evaluation, the Do D CAF will arrange an evaluation at no cost to the individual or his/her company.
Reminder, the PCL portion of the DSS Knowledge Center typically closes on the last Friday each month.
09/20/17 DSS Knowledge Center PCL inquiries closed September 28-29 Personnel Security (PCL) inquiries (option #2) to include e-QIP authentication resets of the DSS Knowledge Center will be closed on September 28-29, 2017, for the purpose conducting internal training to deliver the highest quality customer service to Industry and Government callers.
This will result in T5Rs continuing to be within the seven year reciprocity guidelines.(more) The Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence signed a memorandum on December 7, 2016, which reminded Do D Components that personnel security clearances do not expire remains in effect.
Individuals with current eligibility in the Joint Personnel Adjudication System should not be denied access based on an out-of-scope investigation.
There is no current Department of Defense guidance related to the reporting of ownership of cryptocurrencies.
DSS is working with Do D policy offices for further clarification and once such guidance is issued, DSS will ensure the widest dissemination to industry.
However, caveat T5Rs should continue to be submitted at the five year mark.
07/31/17 Release date for 2017 SF-86 changed The release of the 2017 SF 86, Questionnaire for National Security Positions, has been postponed until late August (date TBD).
Until the updated form is released, people are asked to continue using the 2010 version of the SF-86.
PSMO-I supports the National Industrial Security Program pertaining to personnel security clearances to authorized requestors, i.e., DSS Regional offices, User Agencies, and contractors that have a facility security clearance.
News 02/05/2018 Clarification on reporting requirements DSS has fielded a number of questions from industry as to whether ownership of cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, should be reported by cleared persons or clearance applicants.