Self-Referred Client Registration

INSTRUCTIONS FOR SELF-REFERRED CLIENTS

Self-Referred Clients must agree to the FEDCAS Consulting Agreement and prepay for the selected service in order for their request to be processed. After providing all required information on this registration page and pressing the “Submit” button below, you will be transferred to a PayPal webpage where you can complete the transaction. Your request will be reviewed and assigned to a FEDCAS consultant. Clearance Q&A Service requests will receive a response by email within two business days of payment verification. Clients requesting a Clearance Assessment will be contacted to schedule a telephone consultation within two business days of payment verification. Should you choose not to complete the payment transaction, all registration information you provided will be securely deleted.

  1. CONTACT INFORMATION:
  2. CLIENT SERVICES:
  3. Clients have the option of selecting a Clearance Assessment or the Clearance Q&A Service.
  4. Clearance Assessment ($150)
  5. Clients explain their situation and ask preliminary questions in the “How Can We Assist You?” text box below. A consultant reviews the submission, contacts the client, and schedules a 45 minute telephone consultation. The consultant explains the clearance process, evaluates the relative significance of any security or suitability issues present in the client’s case, answers their questions, and gives the client advice on how to proceed. Many clients will not need any additional consulting service; however, those with moderate to major security or suitability problems may require supplemental services tailored to their individual needs. If supplement consulting service is recommended, an estimate of the time required will be provided.
  6. Clearance Q&A Service ($80)
  7. This service answers general questions about the three main federal personnel security programs. Questions are limited to policies, procedures, and standards related to initial clearances, reinvestigations, reinstatements, reciprocal clearance acceptance, unfavorable incident reports, revocations, denials, appeals, and reapplications. The Clearance Q&A Service cannot accept questions regarding a person’s chances of receiving a clearance or ways to mitigate potentially disqualifying information.
  8. SERVICE REQUESTED:

  9. HOW CAN WE ASSIST YOU?
  10. Enter your question for the Clearance Q&A Service or a description of your clearance situation, potential problems, time constraints, and questions for a Clearance Assessment. Your submission is limited to about 500 words.
  11. CONSULTING AGREEMENT:
  12. Self-Referred Clients must read and agree to the FEDCAS Consulting Agreement prior to submitting the registration form.
 

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