Another Clearance (and Career) Saved

Bill Savarino saved another clearance and with it the long, distinguished career of a key employee of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).   DHS suspended and fought hard to revoke the employee’s access to classified national security information and eligibility to Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) based on allegations under Guideline E – Personal Conduct, Guideline K – Handling of Protected Information, and Guideline M – Use of Information Technology Systems.

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