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I currently have two DD214s from two separate times of service. I was given an Other than Honorable(OTH) on my second term of service. It is currently being reviewed at the Army Review Board Agency. I was advised by a lawyer that I did not need to submit it on my Declaration of Federal Employment as it was still being reviewed. I did, however, disclose and discuss this action on my e-QIP and Investigating Officer, and it did not keep me from obtaining a Secrete Clearance. Can this non-discloser be reason for termination, now more than a year later? I did not try and hide it purposely and do not want to be terminated for this.

Questions about what action your agency may take due to an omission of information from a Federal form should be referred to the appropriate officials within your agency.  Generally, when considering an omission of information from a Federal form as an issue of dishonesty, an agency will give consideration to the intent of the individual in not reporting the information or whether the omission was deliberate.  

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