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Most defense contractor applicants for security clearance*, who receive a Statement of Reasons (SOR), have the choice of requesting a hearing before a Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals (DOHA) Administrative Judge (AJ) or requesting that an AJ make a … Continue reading
In an article, “DOHA Pre-Hearing Process,” I wrote about what happens after a contractor applicant receives a Statement of Reasons (SOR) explaining why the Government intends to deny or revoke their clearance. That article covers the process and events up … Continue reading
Several years ago I wrote an article about “Rebutting and Appealing Security Clearance Denials.” Since then things have changed regarding federal contractor clearances, but much of the information in that article remains valid today. What has changed slightly is the … Continue reading
Is it worth the expense to pay for professional assistance when facing security clearance denial or revocation? Probability of Success I reviewed 500 cases decided by Administrative Judges (AJs) at the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals (DOHA) between March … Continue reading