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Guideline B: Foreign Influence

Featured Attorney: Dan Meyer
Published: November 21, 2022
Tags: Guideline B: Foreign Influence
Many employees and contractors of the United States federal government, military personnel, government officials, and other individuals charged with upholding public safety and the public good who require access to classified information in the course of performing their duties are required to obtain and maintain a security clearance....
Featured Attorney: Anthony Kuhn
Published: June 22, 2022
Tags: Guideline A: Allegiance to the United States, Guideline B: Foreign Influence, Guideline C: Foreign Preference, Guideline E: Personal Conduct, Guideline F: Financial Considerations, Guideline H: Drug Involvement and Substance Misuse, Guideline I: Psychological Conditions
Kathleen Smith Hi, this is Kathleen and welcome to this special security clearance focused episode of our podcast with our special guest Anthony Kuhn of Tully Rinckey PLLC. Tony, thank you for joining us this afternoon. Can you tell me who you are, who you work for, and a little bit about yourself?...
Published: March 9, 2022
Tags: Guideline B: Foreign Influence, Guideline C: Foreign Preference
The conflict in Ukraine has brought forth opportunities for humanitarian and military assistance in all types and forms. While this is an admirable action, if you hold a security clearance and attempt to provide any aid to Ukraine, this is very likely to negatively impact your ability to obtain and maintain a security clearance under both Guidelines B and C of the security clearance adjudicative guidelines....