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Security Clearance Law and Procedure
By: Fitch & Kuntz
Price: $250.00
Edition: 4th/2018
Sku: 18SCLP
Availability: Summer 2018
Samples: Table of Contents (from 2014 edition) ------- Text Sample (from 2014 edition)
Format: Book (+ optional .pdf eBook on CD)
Security Clearance Law and Procedure (2018)

Publisher’s Note: Due to the many changes in the security clearance arena taking place now and throughout the next few months, the new, Fourth Edition, of the Security Clearance Law and Procedure book has been postponed until Summer 2018. Perhaps of greatest significance, the adjudicative guidelines were just revised and will be effective in June of 2017. These new guidelines will apply across the board, as compared to previously when different agencies applied different guidelines. By delaying the publication of this book, we will be able to include all new guidelines, as well as being able to cite to any new DOHA decisions based upon the new guidelines.

Security Clearance Law and Procedure offers representatives, attorneys, and union representatives a comprehensive and authoritative analysis of security clearance law. The guide is divided into two parts: Part One—History and Procedural Guide; and Part Two—Adjudicative Guidelines and Case Analyses. The text is further broken into major areas of security clearance jurisprudence with expert discussion of governing case law, adjudicative guidelines, regulations, statutes, and Executive Orders. Case analysis focuses on the issues presented when security clearances are granted, denied, and revoked. Major topics include:




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