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Confidential

Also known as a "public trust" clearance, this is hierarchically the first security clearance to get, typically requiring a few weeks to a few months of investigation. A Confidential clearance requires a NACLC investigation which dates back 7 years on the subject's record and must be renewed (with another investigation) every 15 years. Applicants are required to complete federal Standard Form 85P.

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Other articles related to "confidential":

Attorney General V Blake - Judgment
... Disclosure of non-confidential information was also a criminal offence under the Official Secrets Act 1911 ... He would have held that since the information was no longer confidential, there could be no misuse of confidential information ...
Confidential (disambiguation)
... Confidential may also refer to Confidential, a 1959 song by The Fleetwoods Confidential (magazine), a gossip magazine Confidential (Eyeliners album), 1997 Confidential (M-1 album), 2006 Confidential (High ...
Confidential - Clinical and Counseling Psychology
... On June 26, 2012, a judge of Oslo District Court apologized for the court's hearing of testimony (on June 14, regarding contact with Child Welfare Services (Norway)) that was covered by confidentiality (that had not been waived at that point of the trial of Anders Behring Breivik). ...
Africa-Asia Confidential
... Africa-Asia Confidential was first published in November 2007, by the same group that owns Africa Confidential, Asempa Limited of Cambridge ... published monthly and edited by African specialist Patrick Smith, who has edited Africa Confidential since 1991 ... Africa-Asia Confidential focuses on issues that affect the continent, analyses political complexities and reports on areas and topics that receive little coverage in the mainstream press ...

Famous quotes containing the word confidential:

    How it is I know not; but there is no place like a bed for confidential disclosures between friends. Man and wife, they say, there open the very bottom of their souls to each other; and some old couples often lie and chat over old times till nearly morning. Thus, then, in our hearts’ honeymoon, lay I and Queequeg—a cosy, loving pair.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)

    The Enemy, who wears
    Her mother’s usual face
    And confidential tone,
    Has access; doubtless stares
    Into her writing case
    And listens on the phone.
    Phyllis McGinley (1905–1978)