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Proven Security Clearance Attorneys

Throughout the years, our security clearance lawyers and paralegals have demonstrated an ability to consistently resolve our clients' legal matters and protect their security clearance. Our track record lends testimony to the fact that our legal team has the experience, skills, and determination to obtain positive results in a wide variety of security clearance cases. Should you choose to work with our firm, you can be confident that these past representative cases highlight our firm's capability to produce the results you need. Take a moment to review our past case results and feel reassurance knowing that at McCormack & McCormack, we strive to build upon this record of success.

DOD Contractor Employee - Clearance / Special Access Granted

Department of Defense notified contractor employee it was unable to grant employee access to classified information and recommended the case be submitted to an Administrative Judge for a determination, based upon Guideline B (Foreign Influence) allegations of the employee's spouse and stepson being dual citizens of Russia; that the employee's spouse owned property in Russia; and that the employee' spouse has a cousin who is a citizen and resident of Russia, and had worked for the federal service of Russia. The Law Office of McCormack & McCormack represented the employee at an administrative hearing. Result: Successfully presented sufficient evidence to rebut, explain, extenuate, and mitigate the security concerns. Applicant met the ultimate burden of persuasion to obtain a favorable clearance decision. Case decided for Applicant by the Defense Office of Hearings & Appeals Administrative Judge – clearance/special access granted.


DOD (Navy) Federal Employee:Clearance Granted
Issued a Letter of Intent (LOI)/Statement of Reasons (SOR) to revoke eligibility for security clearance, assignment to a sensitive position, and access to compartmented information (SCI), under Guideline E (Personal Conduct); Guideline F (Financial Considerations); Guideline H (Drug Involvement); Guideline J (Criminal Conduct); and Guideline K (Handling Protected Information), as a result of allegations of unprofessional, unethical and/or illegal relationships with coworkers and vendors; personal financial gain through illegal activity between a federal employee with procurement decisions and a vendor/beneficiary of those procurement decisions; willingness to acquire and distribute a controlled substance (prescription drug); communications regarding a potential fraudulent money concern; forwarding FOUO information outside government channels; appearing to be agitated during a security interview with questionable responses as to truthfulness; and allegations of creating a hostile work environment. McCormack & McCormack assisted the employee with the preparation and submission of a response to the LOI. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns – clearance granted by the Department of Defense Central Adjudications Facility (DODCAF) – employee returned to work.


Navy O-1: Clearance Granted
Issued a Letter of Intent (LOI) to revoke security clearance under Guideline B (Foreign Influence); Guideline E (Personal Conduct); Guideline G (Alcohol Consumption); and Guideline J (Criminal Conduct), as a result of pre-service allegations of (1), foreign influence due to foreign travel and related foreign contacts, and academic writings and blogging on those travels and contacts; (2), underage alcohol consumption, followed by alcohol dependency evaluation and treatment; and (3), possession of a false identification for purposes of buying alcohol. McCormack & McCormack assisted the military member with the preparation and submission of a response to the LOI. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns – clearance granted, with conditions, by the respective division of the Department of Defense Central Adjudications Facility (DODCAF).


DOD Contractor Employee – GUIDELINES E AND F DENIAL – CLEARANCE GRANTED:
Department of Defense notified contractor employee it was unable to grant employee access to classified information. Employee requested a hearing before an Administrative Judge for a decision, based upon Guideline E (Personal Conduct), allegations of violating company policy; and Guideline F (Financial Considerations), allegation of unlawful financial gain. The Law Office of McCormack and McCormack represented employee at an administrative hearing. Result: successfully presented sufficient evidence to rebut, explain, extenuate, and mitigate, the security concerns. Applicant met the ultimate burden of persuasion to obtain a favorable clearance decision. Case decided for Applicant


DOD Employee - Clearance Granted
DOD contracted employee, with prior revocation of security clearance under Guideline G (Alcohol Consumption) and Guideline J (Criminal Activity), as a result of 5 past convictions of driving under the influence of alcohol. McCormack & McCormack was retained to assist the employee with reapplication proceedings for a security clearance. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns - clearance granted.


ARMY E-7: Clearance Granted
Issued a Letter of Intent (LOI) to revoke security clearance under Guideline G (Alcohol Consumption) and Guideline J (Criminal Conduct), as a result of six allegations of alcohol related incidents (public intoxication; drunkenness; driving while intoxicated; and driving while under the influence of alcohol). McCormack & McCormack assisted the military member with the preparation and submission of a response to the LOI. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns – clearance granted by the respective division of the Department of Defense Central Adjudications Facility (DODCAF).


Navy E-5: Clearance Granted
Navy E-5: Issued a Letter of Intent (LOI) to revoke security clearance under Guideline D (Sexual Behavior) and Guideline J (Criminal Conduct), as a result of three allegations of sexual assault; and Guideline K (Handling Protected Information), as a result of three allegations of possession and disclosure of classified information. McCormack & McCormack assisted the military member with the preparation and submission of a response to the LOI. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns – clearance granted by the respective division of the Department of Defense Central Adjudications Facility (DODCAF).


E-9, ANG/USAFR - Clearance Restored
E-9, ANG/USAFR: Issued a Letter of Intent (LOI) to revoke eligibility for access to classified information and assignment in sensitive duties under Guideline F (Financial Considerations), as a result of allegations of past financial issues, untrustworthiness, and being at risk for loss capital due to a business purchase. McCormack & McCormack assisted service member with the preparation and submission of a response to the LOI. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns – clearance restored by the respective Central Adjudication Facility (CAF).


CAF Clearance Eligibility Recertified
DOD civil service employee: 6-month review from previously granted conditional clearance. Issues subject to review: past financial delinquencies and indiscretions. McCormack & McCormack assisted federal employee with the preparation and submission of matters for consideration for a final eligibility determination. Result: respective Central Adjudication Facility (CAF) recertified employee's clearance eligibility (final determination without conditions).


GUIDELINE K and M DENIAL - CLEARANCE RETAINED
Air Force, O-5: Issued a Letter of Intent (LOI) to revoke security clearance under Guideline K (Handling Protected Information) and Guideline M (Use of Information Technology Systems), as a result of 12 allegations involving the download of classified information to an unclassified network, then forwarding the information through unclassified channels to co-workers. McCormack & McCormack assisted the officer with the preparation and submission of a response to the LOI. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns – clearance granted by the respective Central Adjudication Facility (CAF).


GUIDELINE F DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
DOD civil service employee: Issued a Letter of Intent (LOI) to revoke security clearance under Guideline F (Financial Considerations), as a result of allegations of financial delinquencies and indiscretions. McCormack & McCormack assisted the federal employee with the preparation and submission of a response to the LOI. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns – conditional clearance granted by the respective Central Adjudication Facility (CAF).


GUIDELINE E, H and J DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
DOD federal civilian employee, at periodic review, was given a Letter of Intent/Statement of Reasons to revoke eligibility for access to classified information, assignment to a sensitive position, and access to sensitive compartmented information (SCI), under Guideline E (Personal Conduct), Guideline H (Drug Involvement), and Guideline J (Criminal Conduct) – allegations of illegal use of drugs; admitted nondisclosure of illegal drug use; and failure of counterintelligence polygraph examinations. Upon a determination to deny eligibility, the employee requested a personal appearance before an Administrative Judge for a recommendation to the agency concerned. The Law Office of McCormack & McCormack represented the employee at the personal appearance. Result: Successfully presented sufficient evidence to rebut, explain, extenuate, and mitigate, the security concerns. Applicant met the ultimate burden of persuasion to obtain a favorable access/clearance recommendation. Case decided for the employee by the agency’s Personnel Security Appeals Board (PSAB) – access/clearance granted.


GUIDELINE B DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
DOD federal civilian employee was given a Statement of Reasons to deny eligibility for access to classified information and/or occupancy of a sensitive position, under Guideline B (Foreign Influence – allegations of maintaining regular contact with family members of a foreign country) and Guideline C (Foreign Preference – allegations of dual citizenship with use of a foreign passport). Upon a determination to deny eligibility, the employee requested a personal appearance before an Administrative Judge for a recommendation to the agency. The Law Office of McCormack & McCormack represented the employee at the personal appearance. Result: Successfully presented sufficient evidence to rebut, explain, extenuate, and mitigate the security concerns. Applicant met the ultimate burden of persuasion to obtain a favorable access/clearance recommendation. Case decided for the employee by the agency concerned – access/clearance granted.


GUIDELINE H DENIAL - CLEARANCE RETAINED
Air Force, GS-09: Issued a Letter of Intent (LOI) to revoke security clearance under Guideline H (Drug Involvement), as a result of three allegations of drug addiction/dependence and treatment. McCormack & McCormack assisted the federal employee with the preparation and submission of a response to the LOI. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns – clearance granted by the respective Central Adjudication Facility (CAF).


GUIDELINES G, H and J DENIAL - CLEARANCE RESTORED
Retired USAF E-9, working as a civil servant with a long history of alcohol abuse, received a Statement of Reasons notifying him that the government intended to revoke his clearance based on his past substantial alcohol abuse as well as numerous alcohol related convictions- Guidelines G (Alcohol Consumption), H (Drug Use) and J (Criminal Conduct). McCormack & McCormack was retained and upon review of his records, it was noted that while the client had stopped drinking, he had not taken any action to enter a recovery program to assist him in remaining abstinent. After discussing the case with the client, he voluntarily entered a year-long recovery program of his choosing and began working the program to the best of his ability. Upon completion of the initial phase, a written response was submitted to the statement of Reasons outlining his personal efforts to stop drinking as well as his efforts to remain abstinent. The AFCAF determined that we had mitigated all concerns listed and his clearance was restored without further appeal action.


GUIDELINE F DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Army/Federal Employee received a Letter of Intent (LOI) to revoke eligibility for a security clearance and sensitive compartmented information access under Guideline F (Financial Considerations), for five allegations of delinquent debts. The Law Office of McCormack and McCormack assisted the employee with the preparation and submission of a response to the LOI. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns – clearance and access granted by the respective Central Adjudication Facility (CAF).


GUIDELINES D, E, F and J DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Army/O-3 issued a Letter of Intent (LOI) to deny a security clearance due to five allegations under Financial Considerations (Guideline F); four allegations under Criminal Conduct and Sexual Behavior (Guidelines D and J); and one allegation (failure to disclosure information) under Personal Conduct (Guideline E). The Law Office of McCormack and McCormack assisted the officer with the preparation and submission of a response to the LOI. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns – CLEARANCE GRANTED by the respective Central Adjudication Facility (CAF).


GUIDELINES B and F DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Navy/O-6 issued a Letter of Intent (LOI) to revoke eligibility for a security clearance under Guideline B (Foreign Influence) and Guideline F (Financial Considerations), for six allegations of questionable/significant U.S. currency transactions from various banking institutions; and ten allegations of foreign travel, foreign contacts, and foreign investment. Attorney Greg McCormack assisted the naval officer with the preparation and submission of a response to the LOI. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns – CLEARANCE GRANTED by the respective Central Adjudication Facility (CAF).


GUIDELINES B, E and J DENIAL - CLEARANCE RESTORED
Navy E-7 issued a Letter of Intent (LOI) to revoke security clearance under Guideline B (Foreign Influence), Guideline E (Personal Conduct), and Guideline J (Criminal Conduct), for allegations of inappropriate use of government equipment, failure to obey regulations and undisclosed contact with a foreign national. With The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack representation a written response was submitted to the Department of the Navy Central Adjudication Facility (DoNCAF) with supporting documentation. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns - CLEARANCE RESTORED with caution by the DoNCAF without a personal appearance.


GUIDELINES E, H and J DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Department of Defense (DOD) federal employee issued a Letter of Intent (LOI) to revoke security clearance under Guideline E (Personal Conduct), Guideline H (Drug Involvement) and Guideline J (Criminal Conduct), for allegations of illegal use of marijuana. With The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack representation at the Defense Office of Hearings & Appeals (DOHA) Personal Appearance we were able to show unknowing ingestion and no criminal conduct on the employee's part, employee received a favorable recommendation from the Administrative Judge. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns - CLEARANCE GRANTED by the Personnel Security Appeals Board (PSAB) with caution.


GUIDELINES D and E DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Army E-8, issued a Letter of Intent (LOI) to revoke security clearance under Guideline E (Personal Conduct) and Guideline D (Sexual Behavior), for allegations of engaging in an inappropriate relationship with a subordinate member. The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack assisted member with the preparation and submission of a response to the LOI. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns - clearance granted by the respective Central Adjudication Facility (CAF).


GUIDELINE B DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Department of Defense (DOD) federal employee issued a Letter of Intent (LOI) to revoke security clearance under Guideline E (Personal Conduct) and Guideline J (Criminal Conduct), for theft of government property allegations. The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack assisted employee with the preparation and submission of a response to the LOI. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns – clearance granted by the respective Central Adjudication Facility (CAF).


GUIDELINE E, F and J DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Navy E-6 issued a letter of Intent (LOI) to revoke security clearance under Guideline E (Personal Conduct), Guideline F (Financial Considerations), and Guideline J (Criminal Conduct) for allegations of past misconduct and failure to pay his just debts and failure to disclose the debts on his application. With The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack representation at the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals (DOHA) Personal Appearance, military member received a favorable recommendation from the Administrative Judge. Result: all concerns successfully mitigated - CLEARANCE GRANTED by the Personnel Security Appeals Board (PSAB), member's previously withheld advancement was restored, and member was promoted to E-7.


GUIDELINES E and F DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Department of Defense (DOD) federal employee issued a Letter of Intent (LOI) to revoke security clearance under Guideline E (Personal Conduct) and Guideline F (Financial Considerations), for allegations of financial delinquencies. The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack assisted employee with the preparation and submission of a response to the LOI. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns – CLEARANCE GRANTED by the respective Central Adjudication Facility (CAF).


GUIDELINES D E and J DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Department of Defense (DOD) federal employee issued a Letter of Intent (LOI) to revoke security clearance under Guideline D (Sexual Behavior), Guideline E (Personal Conduct), and Guideline J (Criminal Conduct), for allegations of indecent exposure (3 counts). With The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack representation at the Defense Office of Hearings & Appeals (DOHA) Personal Appearance, employee received a favorable recommendation from the Administrative Judge. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns - CLEARANCE GRANTED by the Personnel Security Appeals Board (PSAB).


GUIDELINES E, H and J DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Department of Defense (DOD) federal employee issued a Letter of Intent (LOI) to revoke security clearance under Guideline E (Personal Conduct), Guideline H (Drug Involvement), and Guideline J (Criminal Conduct), for an allegation of a positive random urinalysis test (marijuana). The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack assisted employee with the preparation and submission of response to the LOI. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns - CLEARANCE GRANTED by the respective Central Adjudication Facility (CAF).


DoD FEDERAL EMPLOYEE LOI ISSUED - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Department of Defense to (Army) Federal Employee: Issued a Letter of Intent (LOI) to revoke security clearance under Guideline B (Foreign Influence); Guideline D (Sexual Behavior); Guideline E (Personal Conduct); and Guideline J (Criminal Conduct), as a result of allegations of aggravated sexual assault by force, aggravated assault (with a knife), and forced sodomy, against a female foreign national. McCormack & McCormack assisted the federal employee with the preparation and submission of a response to the LOI. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns – clearance granted by the respective Central Adjudication Facility (CAF) -CLEARANCE GRANTED.


DoD CONTRACTOR GUIDELINE F DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Department of Defense notified contractor employee it was unable to grant employee access to classified information and recommended case be submitted to an Administrative Judge for a determination, based upon Guideline F (Financial Considerations), an allegation of an unpaid and charged-off home mortgage indebtedness. The Law Office of McCormack & McCormack represented the employee at an administrative hearing. Result: Successfully presented sufficient evidence to rebut, explain, extenuate, and mitigate the security concerns. Applicant met the ultimate burden of persuasion to obtain a favorable clearance decision. Case decided for Applicant by the Defense Office of Hearings & Appeals Administrative Judge - CLEARANCE GRANTED.


DoD CONTRACTOR GUIDELINE H DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Department of Defense notified contractor employee it was unable to grant employee access to classified information and recommended case be submitted to an Administrative Judge for a determination, based upon Guideline H (Drug Involvement), two allegations of using illegal drugs. The Law Office of Greg D. McCormack represented employee at an administrative hearing. Result: successfully presented sufficient evidence to rebut, explain, extenuate, and mitigate the security concerns; Applicant met the ultimate burden of persuasion to obtain a favorable clearance decision. Case decided for Applicant by the Defense Office of Hearings & Appeals Administrative Judge - CLEARANCE GRANTED.


GUIDELINE H & E DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Applicant submitted a security clearance application on August 19, 2006. On May 8, 2009 the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals (DOHA) sent Applicant a Statement of Reasons (SOR) detailing the basis for its preliminary decision to deny his application, citing security concerns under Guidelines H (Drug Involvement) and E (Personal Conduct).

The Applicant received the SOR on May 18, 2009 and after retaining the Law Firm of Greg D. McCormack submitted his written response to the SOR and requested a hearing before an administrative judge. After review of the Applicant's response to the SOR, the concerns under guideline E were mitigated. At the hearing the administrative judge reviewed the Applicant's past drug use, his successful completion of treatment, his current employment records and performance evaluations, current living situation, current social activities and his letters of good character and determined that in light of all the circumstances it was clearly consistent with the national interest to continue the Applicant's eligibility for security clearance. Eligibility for access to classified information is granted.


GUIDELINE J DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Air Force contractor employee issued a Letter of Intent (LOI) to revoke eligibility for access to Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) due to three allegations of Criminal Conduct (Guideline J); one allegation under Handling Protected Information Guideline K); two allegations (failure to disclosure information) under Personal Conduct (Guideline E); the employee with the preparation and submission of a response to the LOI. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns – access granted by the respective Central Adjudication Facility (CAF).


GUIDELINE B DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Department of Defense notified contractor employee it was unable to grant employee access to classified information and recommended case be submitted to an Administrative Judge for a determination, based upon Guideline B (Foreign Influence), three allegations of foreign contacts and interests which may have caused manipulation or inducement to help a foreign person, group, organization, or government, in a way that was not in the U.S. interests, or was vulnerable to pressure or coercion by any foreign interest; and Guideline F (Financial Considerations), twenty-two allegations of failure or inability to live within one's means, satisfy debts, and meet financial obligations. The Law Firm of Greg D. McCormack represented employee at an administrative hearing. Result: successfully presented sufficient evidence to rebut, explain, extenuate, and mitigate the security concerns; Applicant met the ultimate burden of persuasion to obtain a favorable clearance decision. Case decided for Applicant by the Defense Office of Hearings & Appeals Administrative Judge - CLEARANCE GRANTED.


GUIDELINE F DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Department of Defense notified contractor employee it was unable to grant employee access to classified information and recommended case be submitted to an Administrative Judge for a determination, based upon Guideline F (Financial Considerations), allegations of failure or inability to live within one's means, satisfy debts, and meet financial obligations, by being indebted to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack represented employee at the administrative hearing and was able to show all debts had been satisfied and that client had been working with debt management company to pay all debts. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns - For Applicant - by the Defense Office of Hearings & Appeals Administrative Judge - CLEARANCE GRANTED.


GUIDELINE B DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Department of Defense notified contractor employee it was unable to grant employee access to classified information and recommended case be submitted to an Administrative Judge for a determination, based upon Guideline B (Foreign Influence), six allegations of foreign contacts and interests which may have caused manipulation or inducement to help a foreign person, group, organization, or government, in a way that was not in the U.S. interests, or was vulnerable to pressure or coercion by any foreign interest. The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack represented employee at an administrative hearing. Result: successfully presented sufficient evidence to rebut, explain, extenuate, and mitigate the security concerns; Applicant met the ultimate burden of persuasion to obtain a favorable clearance decision. Case decided for Applicant by the Defense Office of Hearings & Appeals Administrative Judge - clearance granted.


GUIDELINE F, H and E DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Department of Defense notified contractor employee it was unable to grant employee access to classified information and recommended case be submitted to an Administrative Judge for a determination, based upon Guideline F (Financial Considerations), allegations of failure or inability to live within one's means, satisfy debts, and meet financial obligations, by being indebted to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS); Guideline H (Drug Involvement), allegations of use of an illegal drug, by the use and purchase of marijuana, and court conviction for possession of marijuana; and Guideline E (Personal Conduct), allegations of conduct involving questionable judgment, lack of candor, dishonesty, or unwillingness to comply with rules and regulations, as a result of the allegations cited under Guideline H and Guideline F, above. The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack represented employee at the administrative hearing. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns - For Applicant - by the Defense Office of Hearings & Appeals Administrative Judge - CLEARANCE GRANTED.


GUIDELINE E DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Department of Defense notified contractor employee it was unable to grant employee access to classified information and recommended case be submitted to an Administrative Judge for a determination, based upon Guideline E (Personal Conduct), allegation of being sued in U.S. District Court by former employer for breach of contract, conversion, and breach of fiduciary duty. The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack represented employee at the administrative hearing. Result: successfully presented sufficient evidence to rebut, explain, extenuate, and mitigate the security concerns; Applicant met the ultimate burden of persuasion to obtain a favorable clearance decision. Case decided for Applicant by the Defense Office of Hearings & Appeals Administrative Judge - CLEARANCE GRANTED.


GUIDELINE B DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Department of Defense notified contractor employee it was unable to grant employee access to classified information and recommended case be submitted to an Administrative Judge for a determination, based upon Guideline B (Foreign Influence), allegations of spouse and stepchild are citizens of Sudan; mother and father are citizens and residents of Sudan; brothers and sisters are citizens and residents of Sudan; and allegations of travel to Sudan. The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack represented employee at the administrative hearing. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns - For Applicant - by the Defense Office of Hearings & Appeals Administrative Judge - CLEARANCE GRANTED.


GUIDELINE H DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED
Department of Defense contractor employee previously denied a security clearance under Guideline H (Drug Involvement), 16 allegations of past purchase and use of illegal drugs over a 7-year period. The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack retained to assist with employee's reapplication/reconsideration. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns - CLEARANCE GRANTED by the Defense Office of Hearings & Appeals (DOHA).


GUIDELINE F DENIAL - CLEARANCE GRANTED Department of the Army contracted employee's Security Clearance eligibility and Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access held in abeyance by the Army Central Personnel Security Clearance Facility (ACPSCF), pending resolution of a letter concern regarding allegations under Guideline F (Financial Considerations). The Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack was retained to assist employee with his response to ACPSCF. Result: successfully mitigated all concerns - clearance and SCI access granted.

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