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.
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And officials of the SECP acknowledged that security clearance was not yet given.
Scrutiny over Kushner's temporary security clearance had mounted after The Washington Post reported that he asked for more intelligence information than nearly every other White House official.
Washington [US], Feb 28 ( ANI ): The interim security clearance of US President Donald Trump's son-in-law and White House senior adviser Jared Kushner was on Tuesday downgraded by Chief of Staff John Kelly, a move that restricts him from viewing the President's daily brief.
Kushner, a wealthy New York businessman married to Trump's daughter Ivanka, has not received his full security clearance because of his extensive financial links, which have taken a long time to examine.
Downgrading Jared Kushners security clearance gives new meaning to the term overdue.
Gowdy's probe encompasses the larger question of whether more White House officials are working with temporary security clearances, indicating potential vetting problems.
Of the 200,000 defense contractors who had requested top secret national security clearance over the past three years, 486 were denied or revoked.
They prayed the court to set aside the notification of interior ministry, dated March 30, 2016 for cancellation of security clearance NoC for Bol TV's four directors.
Justice Azmat Saeed remarked that it was not the duty of ISI, MI and Police to issue security clearance letter, rather it was Ministry of Interior's duty to issue such letters.
Dubai: Prominent Pakistani Islamic scholar Maulana Tariq Jameel, who was offloaded from a flight to Canada on Wednesday due to delay in security clearance, has finally flown to Toronto on Friday morning.
Former Department of Defense employee Deutscher interviews federal employees who have lost their security clearance to bolster her belief that the system is used as a oblunt instrument against those who speak truth to power.
Security clearance is required from ministry of home affairs for those participating in international conferences in India.

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