Another DOHA Clearance Victory

Bill Savarino helped save another DoD clearance at the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals (DOHA).  This successful appeal, handled without a hearing, involved allegations under Guideline D (Sexual Behavior) of nearly a decade of actively seeking out and viewing pornography of under-aged girls; and allegations under Guideline E (Personal Conduct) of allegations of deception with investigators, and multiple occasions of misusing information technology system by downloading pornographic images on a company computer.

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