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Old August 13th, 2019, 06:35 PM #11
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How does one get those instructions from the MSP?
There’s no instructions, but once you have the interview the investigator will provide notice on MSP letterhead for your FSD.
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Old August 13th, 2019, 06:37 PM #12
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Following...any idea how many folks have got theirs approved in this manner?
Plenty from my understanding. Enough to updated their SOP.
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Old August 13th, 2019, 10:26 PM #13
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Plenty from my understanding. Enough to updated their SOP.
Nice to know...I've been meaning to go this route but just haven't wanted to add this drama to the rest of my goings on.
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Following...any idea how many folks have got theirs approved in this manner?
Worked for me, 3 months ago.
Wrote short statement outlining clearance, OPM, and currently employment position. Provide documentation of clearance, employment and OPM letter.
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I've seen a lot of people sharing the restrictions they've been given along with their permit. What sort of restrictions are typically imposed using this method?
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NSA Police had a meeting with MSP some months ago. NSAP explained that all employees have a TS clearance. NSA would therefore provide a Verification of Employment letter and MSP would accept that as G&S. The letter does not mention clearance information.

Unfortunately, MSP isn't accepting the verification letter.
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I've seen a lot of people sharing the restrictions they've been given along with their permit. What sort of restrictions are typically imposed using this method?
While employed with [insert agency].
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NSA Police had a meeting with MSP some months ago. NSAP explained that all employees have a TS clearance. NSA would therefore provide a Verification of Employment letter and MSP would accept that as G&S. The letter does not mention clearance information.

Unfortunately, MSP isn't accepting the verification letter.
Interesting, considering they met on the topic. However, MSP was specific in the format and it had to state clearance level. It doesn’t need to include special access. TS//SCI is sufficient. Folks put more than that on Cleared Jobs.
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While employed with [insert agency].


Not any more. The new language is while employed as a contractor or DOD. Paraphrasing a little bit but it is not tied to a specific employer and allows one to change employment without having to get a permit modification.
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Not any more. The new language is while employed as a contractor or DOD. Paraphrasing a little bit but it is not tied to a specific employer and allows one to change employment without having to get a permit modification.
True. I should have said Department not Agency.
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