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Joe Byerly is a combat arms officer with over 17 years of experience in combat and training environments his background being conventional mostly within reconnaissance organizations within the big Army. He has a few deployments under his belt, and has served within the the Special Operations Command (SOCOM) enterprise more recently. He is also the …
 
The start of a new administration is a great opportunity for federal agencies to take a fresh look at their programs and identify what's working and what needs to be improved on for the betterment of the American people.Studying behavioral insights has not been a priority in the past but doing this research and analyzing the data could be the key t…
 
The editorial team walked through the pros and cons of working for a defense contractor as opposed to the federal government. Especially in the National Capitol Region, it's common to have considered employment prospects on both sides of the aisle. Whether or not you're looking for a change in your job, it's helpful to understand all of the differe…
 
Really? More boot camp?In the DoD, we’re seeing that constant training is becoming a priority so the federal workforce can remain agile and have tomorrow’s skills to combat challenges the US is facing today.But we’re talking about a different type of boot camp: one for the digital age.By ClearanceJobs
 
If you’re either a king or a kook, you’re not going to make it in this world of security clearances.Thomas Sarnicola decided to create an anthology of stories from his experience in the fact finding process as a background investigator, and his novel No Kings, No Kooks, invites the reader into the world of security clearance investigations for the …
 
WWC Global is a federally-focused, woman-owned management consulting firm with a wide portfolio of clients including the Department of Defense, the Department of State, Department of Energy and others. They are ranked in the top 65 of woman-owned contracting firms among federal agencies & are headquartered in Tampa FL, offering opportunities for cl…
 
Your Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) in the military service does not always equate to your cleared career in civilian life. Imagine working as an Intelligence Analyst but are great at doing the analytical work. You transition out of the military and start the job seeking journey and find that you can apply to several federal agencies doing t…
 
The Cipher Brief is a digital, security-based conversation platform that connects the private sector with the world`s leading security experts. We deliver a relevant analysis of news and events that helps readers accurately anticipate and safely navigate the complex, unstable, global security environment. The Cipher Brief was founded by former CNN …
 
A DoD used medicinal marijuana and after telling his FSO, was mistakenly told it was no big deal. Next he lost his security clearance during his periodic review, where it went to the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals (DOHA), where he was told he could keep his access if he stopped using. Eventually, he quit the company and threw a multi year t…
 
The editorial team walks through news on COVID-19 contact tracing in the defense sector, security clearance processing updates from agencies like the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA), Department of Energy (DOE) and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), the top modeling and simulation conference happening this year, and how …
 
Five military men and women with large social media followings that had their identities stolen and used by Nigerian romance scammers during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are always encouraging our military members and the cleared workforce to operate with caution in the digital age, so we sat down with one of those military influencers to hear her sto…
 
What we're talking about is different from social engineering within the social sciences. Pertaining to cybersecurity, social engineering is the manipulation of people into performing actions or divulging pertinent information. This is why this hack tends to be more insidious than the rest.For this episode of ClearedCast, Greg Stuart, the owner and…
 
Blasting out resumes far and wide, or accepting "whatever" job or help without any clear, targeted direction.Sarah Maples went through a few transitions - transitioning from veteran to military spouse, and transitioning into a civilian career - tune in to learn more on transition tips and veteran success stories to push through the transition.…
 
ClearanceJobs recently sat down with Kenneth “Kenny” Robinson, who is vice president of the Engineering and Sciences, Maritime/Land Systems & Sensor (M/LSS) and Field Engineering for Northrop Grumman’s Mission Systems Sector. He leads an organization of engineers, managers, directors and contract labor personnel. Robinson joined Northrop Grumman in…
 
We continue to see how Space Force is shaping up with new positions. The National Security Space Association recently called for reforms in space security policy, practices, and governance.While some things take center stage in elections, it's important to notice when state laws change, which could lead to confusion for clearance holders. While the…
 
ClearanceJobs recently sat down with Jason Corrigan, director of business development for mission readiness and protective systems at Northrop Grumman. Before joining Northrop Grumman, Jason served in the United States Air Force, completing three combat tours to Iraq with the 820th Security Forces Squadron as a Ground Combat Airman. He shared with …
 
t’s only fitting for the start of Military Appreciation Month that we highlight one of the trailblazers in the U.S. armed forces.The ClearanceJobs podcast was joined by Matice Wright-Springer, who in 1989, became the U.S. Navy's first African American female flight officer where she went on to serve on active duty for eight years. After transitioni…
 
The FBI and DNI updated the the public about foreign actors who got their hands on voter registration data sending voters spoofed emails. The goal of the emails were to confuse, create chaos, etc. Both the DNI and FBI director cited Iran and Russia as separate actors in this attempt, and they also remind the American people to remain vigilant. Here…
 
ClearanceJobs was joined by Sean Bigley, a security clearance attorney who represents clients worldwide in security clearance denials. He assists service members, federal employees, and contractors in all stages of the security clearance process including upcoming investigations or representation at formal hearings. He is a former investigator for …
 
Katie Keller and Jill Hamilton are back highlighting the national security news that's been happening lately. Everything from Edward Snowden supporting our nation's bank account to the top movies that showcase the cleared life to lessons we can learn from Eddie Van Halen made the conversation.By ClearanceJobs
 
The Intelligence and National Security Alliance's reimagined 'The New IC: Empowering Women and Engaging Men' program focused on fostering much needed conversation between men and women working in national security. Jill Bruning is the Executive Vice President and General Manager at Amentum and joined ClearanceJobs for a conversation about diversity…
 
September 2020 was deemed insider threat awareness month following some of the most notable cases of our time.Peter Debbins traversed through the intelligence and defense community for more than 20 years, during which he claims to have had a loose relationship with the Russian military intelligence arm, the GRU.Timeline of events: https://news.clea…
 
As the gears keep turning in the security clearance world, the editorial team highlights all of the national security news that's been happening. From the Intelligence & National Security Summit to security clearance terms to the effects of lying, we got it covered.Lying: https://news.clearancejobs.com/2020/09/15/still-lying-to-ourselves-5-reasons-…
 
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion DE&I) is important for any industry, but especially for national security. For this episode of ClearedCast, Maxar Technologies executive and board member of the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA), Tony Frazier, joins us to chat about DE&I this field. An intelligence community / DoD that looks the sam…
 
Many of us have come to take traveling with our computers and mobile devices without remembering the security issues that may come about while being abroad. There are situations that should give you a second thought about how to travel with your personal devices, and while the risk varies, there are security steps, especially as a national security…
 
ClearanceJobs recently sat down with Larry Hanauer, vice president of policy at the Intelligence and National Security Alliance, and Jen Sovada, Chief Futures Officer and Senior Vice President and General Manager of DoD and Intel at Mission Tech. The Intel Summit is 100% virtual this year, and there's still time to register for the three days of ex…
 
ClearanceJob author Christopher Burgess provided a three piece series on Russian Spy, Peter Debbins. The timeline of events from 2011-2020 was particularly interesting with his movement around the defense and IC industry after being assessed and groomed by Russia. Burgess also provided insights on the Russian attempt to infiltrate Tesla's Sparks, N…
 
When you think of CenturyLink, you may think of your internet provider – or perhaps the Seattle Seahawks stadium. But you should also think about an industry leader in telecommunications and technical solutions, with hundreds of job opportunities and a growing mission to support the federal government. Listen to a candid conversation with two leade…
 
Doctrine Man is your favorite comic super hero with 'truth, justice, and a sucker punch of snark.' Doctrine Man, Doctrine Man, spits out the comics no one can. Doctrine Man, Doctrine Man, saves the world without a plan!Steve Leonard, US Army vet, is a ClearanceJobs news contributor and joined us to discuss the dark side of leadership. What it is, a…
 
ClearanceJobs weekly news roundup continues for the month of August in 2020. This month is education themed, so naturally we covered the Alabama principle's 'Can't touch this' parody, what school regulations look like and who is hiring in defense.Alabama Goes Back to School with a Message from M.C. Hammer:https://news.clearancejobs.com/2020/08/11/a…
 
Dr. Vince Houghton is the historian and curator at the International Spy Museum and joined ClearanceJobs for a chat on everything intelligence and espionage.Vince specializes in military and intelligence history, with specific expertise on late-WWII and early-Cold War eras. Prior to joining the International Spy Museum, Vince was a history professo…
 
As the pace of life continues to pick back up, Katie Keller and Jill Hamilton reviewed all the happenings at news.clearancejobs.com this past week. Our intelligence, security clearance and career advice articles help us to better understand each facet of national security. AI Race with China: https://news.clearancejobs.com/2020/07/27/where-is-the-u…
 
If you have held a government issued security clearance, you most certainly know about ‘pre-pub review.’ Pre-publication review is the process to determine that information proposed for public release contains no protected information and is consistent with the established Department of Defense and Intelligence Community policies. Such reviews are …
 
ClearanceJobs editors, Katie and Jill, break down what intelligence news broke last week, what security clearance updates were released, and what career advice crossed the news desk with CJ media. This week, the ClearedCast audience can expect to have the "Can you get a clearance if you don't need it?" question to be answered and learn some leaders…
 
While security clearance professionals are still awaiting updated DoD security clearances by the numbers until the July 15th quarterly National Industrial Security Program Policy Advisory Committee (NISPPAC) meeting, President & Founder of ClearanceJobs offers an update on the state of cleared recruiting today. Evan has been working in the industry…
 
Bold. Unafraid. Willing to take chances. Willing to try new things.If any of these words describe you, you may be the kind of professional who would succeed at Parsons. Innovation isn't boilerplate at Parsons; it's the cornerstone of how the company operates. ClearanceJobs recently sat down with Ricardo Lorenzo, chief technology officer at Parsons.…
 
ClearanceJobs sat down with Brig. Gen. Patrick R. Michaelis who currently serves as the Deputy Commanding General (Operations) for the United States Recruiting Command.With COVID-19, this year's Army National Hiring Days looks a little bit different than previous years. This new virtual hiring event will be the first time the Army has come together…
 
ClearanceJobs sat down with Dr. Jason Edwards, the Princapal of Information Security at USAA. With 20 years of IT/Cybersecurity experience in sectors of military/government, insurance, digital security, banking, and energy, he has a diverse perspective on what cyber hygiene and prevantive care best practices defense contractors should be implementi…
 
ClearanceJobs recently sat down to chat with Tim Hinds, senior vice president of human resources at FTI. While FTI had a strong foundation working with the Air Force through its small business innovation research program, they've had significant success in turning phase one and two contracts into phase three contracts, and developing sole source co…
 
Starting her journey in the military, COL Candice Frost was forced to challenge herself and the perception of others to accept women in their ranks. Starting in the 82d Airborne Division and continuing throughout her career, she worked to challenge the status quo and work to pave the path for other women and men to succeed. Through leadership and m…
 
Amanda is a military spouse and veteran who served in the Air Force for six years as a Civil Engineer including a deployment to Afghanistan. She traded in her combat boots for a diaper bag to stay home with her two boys and follow her husband’s military career. She published her first book in 2019 titled Women of the Military, sharing the stories o…
 
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