There are several different types of security clearances that an individual might seek as a prerequisite to employment. What each clearance requires depends on many factors, such as whether the person is a civilian or part of the armed forces, whether the clearance is for facility access only (versus access to sensitive documents), and the scope of the access in question. Regardless of the exact clearance sought, one reoccurring theme throughout security clearance opinions is the analysis of the “whole person.”1
For those who practice in bankruptcy law, the “whole person” concept . . .
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