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Defense Department: Signing secession petitions won’t affect your security clearance
Posted By admin On November 21, 2012 @ 6:06 am In Featured Stories,U.S. News | Comments Disabled
Daily Caller 
Nov 21, 2012
A Department of Defense agency tasked with investigating personnel for security clearances said Friday that government contractors who work on top secret projects won’t find their clearances in jeopardy if they petition the White House to allow their states to secede from the U.S.
The Defense Security Service (DSS) wrote in a Nov. 16 bulletin  to government contractors that ”erroneous statements have been made to the effect that DSS is directing contractors to treat the signing of such petitions as reportable adverse information.”
By “adverse information,” the agency means personal information that could lead the federal government to cancel — or to not renew — a “secret,” “top secret,” “Sensitive Compartmented Information” or other clearance level.
Many government contracts require companies to task sensitive work to citizens who have undergone extensive background checks and receive such clearances.
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 wrote in a Nov. 16 bulletin: http://www.dss.mil/about_dss/news/20121116.html
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