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OPM-FIS issues Federal Investigations Notices (FIN) to its customer agencies to inform the agencies of changes in the investigation process, to clarify policy, or to announce upcoming events. The notices are usually sent to the agencies' human resources and personnel security offices and made available on the OPM-FIS website and OPMIS Portal. There is no regular schedule for FIN issuances.
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Changes to the Central Verification System in Support of Executive Order 13549, “Classified National Security Information Program for State, Local, Tribal, and Private Sector Entities"
Financial Fields for Processing Background Investigations
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