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Security Clearance Law - Module 1: How to Get a Clearance, What Are the Rules, How to Mess up the Process, and How to Recover


Level: Intermediate
Runtime: 58 minutes
Recorded Date: May 20, 2021
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Agenda

• Common delays
• The Process
• Security Clearance Interview
• Obligation to Update
• Adjudication process
• The "Whole Person" Concept
• Adjudication Guidelines A - C
        - Guideline A: Allegiance to the United States
        - Guideline B: Foreign Influence
        - Guideline C: Foreign Preference
• Summary

Runtime: 58 minutes
Recorded: May 1, 2020

Description

Security Clearance Law expert Jon Roberts will provide a detailed breakdown of the numerous guidelines, steps and barriers common in the security clearance process and how to overcome those barriers.

This is the first part of a three-part series on Security Clearance which can be viewed on it's own or as part of the series.

This program was recorded on May 1st, 2021.

Provided By

Dr. Jon L. Roberts

Panelists

Jon L. Roberts, PhD, JD

Attorney, Security Clearance
Delos, LLC

Dr. Jon L. Roberts practices in security clearance law, export compliance issues, copyright, trademarks, and litigation related to these areas. He is extensively involved in qualifying personnel for security clearances, helping companies deal with Foreign Ownership Control and Influence (FOCI) matters and compliance with Defense Security Service requirements. Dr. Roberts also provides support to other law firms whose clients have these needs.

Dr. Roberts possesses active Security Clearances and regularly represents clients before the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals (DOHA) and other intelligence agency Administrative Boards regarding security clearances at all levels. Dr. Roberts negotiates with senior-level officials of U.S. Departments of State, Commerce, Treasury, and Defense regarding export applications and licenses. He also interacts with senior-level officials of the Department of Justice and Office of U.S. Trade Representative to enforce client rights.

Dr. Roberts has extensive corporate and government agency experience. He was the senior staff scientist and project director of a large government system integration project and discharged the responsibilities of principal research scientist in applications of artificial intelligence with General Electric Company, Space Systems Division. His varied government agency experience includes managing numerous research efforts in the areas of software and hardware development, imaging systems, and mapping, high-performance aircraft sensor system operator; image exploitation software development program manager; and interagency work related to remote sensing.


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