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SecGuy2013  
#1 Posted : Sunday, June 10, 2018 8:36:47 AM(UTC)
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I'm a current federal employee w/ DoD (army) and was recently had a contingent offer rescinded due to "information received on background check documents" and I am wondering what in particular that might entail. The position applied for is a similar position to what I hold now and within the same agency (department of the army) which I work for now, just a different location and a GS-6 instead of GS-5. The position requires a "Q - non sensitive" clearance and I currently hold an active Secret clearance. I've been told by co-workers that the two clearances are basically the same, so I'm confused as to what negative information may have come up, especially since nothing in regards to my background has changed since receiving my secret clearance. I'm kind of stuck in a box here...
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