security clearance

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security clearance

An administrative determination by competent authority that an individual is eligible, from a security stand-point, for access to classified information.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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He has high level "developed vetting" (DV) security clearance.
The top-level "developed vetting" process would also have led to a "full review" of his finances, as well as possible interviews with his friends and family.
But he added that, in future, at least two members of the Opposition should undergo developed vetting and should be given "detailed knowledge of the evidence base for control orders, generally and in relation to individuals".