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Each federal agency or department to which an individual applies is responsible for making the appropriate access, fitness, suitability and/or clearance determination for any position for which the person is being considered. Therefore, it will be up to the hiring agency to decide the impact the DUI has on the hiring decision.
If asked on any Federal application or background investigation document, the DUI must be reported.
Agencies may request SAB to reopen a NACI for issue resolution of A,
B, or C issues (original, upgrades, or conversions). The agency should
submit a written request to reopen the case and show what issues need to
be resolved. Include the name and telephone number of the requesting
official and copies of pertinent documents.
If appropriate coverage or issue resolution is absent from a
background investigation, the case should be discussed with OPM-FIS
Systems Access Support Team at (724) 794-5612, extension 4600. SAST
will determine if the requested information was within the scope of the
requested investigation and should have been covered or if an upgrade
investigation or Reimbursable Suitability/Security Investigation (RSI)
is needed to obtain the information.
Your 2006 Bankruptcy does not restrict you from applying for Federal positions for which you may qualify; however, each federal agency or department to which you apply is responsible for making the appropriate access, fitness, suitability and/or clearance determination. Therefore, it will be up to the hiring agency to decide the impact your 2006 Bankruptcy has on the hiring decision for a position with fiduciary responsibilities or any other position within the agency.
Agents do not need to be licensed private investigators. All agents working under this contract must meet the training requirements, qualifications, and the security/fitness requirements outlined in the contract.
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