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WHAT IS THE CONTINUOUS EVALUATION PROCESS?


Once the initial adjudication has been made and as long as you are assigned to a sensitive position or have access to classified information or material, you will fall under the Continuous Evaluation Program (CEP).

By definition, CEP involves the uninterrupted assessment of a person for retention of a security clearance or continuing assignment to sensitive duties. This ensures that you maintain high standards of conduct and that questionable conduct or activities are promptly reported for adjudicative assessment.

CEP also includes reinvestigation at given intervals based on the types of duties you perform and clearance level.

Individuals in Critical Sensitive positions are reinvestigated every 5 years

Those in Non-Critical Sensitive positions are reinvestigated every 10 years if they have access to Secret material, and every 15 years if the access is to Confidential information

If you were denied a security clearance, contact Kenneth M. Roberts, Esq., Lt. Col., USAF (Ret.) at (702) 388-1216 for a free consultation.  






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