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Guideline F: Financial Considerations

Featured Attorney: Dan Meyer
Published: January 4, 2023
Tags: Guideline E: Personal Conduct, Guideline F: Financial Considerations, Guideline I: Psychological Conditions, Guideline J: Criminal Conduct
Rep.-elect George Santos (R-NY) has been unmasked as purveyor of so many falsehoods, it’s really hard to know where the fiction ends and the real person begins. He has also, perhaps unknowingly, walked the Republic back into a security concern it has previously failed to resolve....
Featured Attorney: Ryan Nerney
Published: August 19, 2022
Tags: Guideline F: Financial Considerations
Delinquent student loan debt is a major concern that could negatively impact your security clearance if you do not take action to resolve it. Delinquent student loan debt in relation to national security clearance is governed under Guideline F, Financial Considerations in the Security Executive Agency Directive 4 (SEAD 4)....
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: July 30, 2021
Tags: Guideline F: Financial Considerations
As the Federal security adjudicators return to the office full time, the scrutiny on security clearances and resulting reviews and adjudications will move back to their 2019 numbers. Approximately 2.3 million cleared service members, civilian employees, and contractors are now under the Continuous Evaluation (or “CE”) protocol. ...