Security Clearances, Uncovered!

Location: Fedmarket Headquarters, Bethesda, MD

Date: February 3, 2012

Is the lack of a security clearance holding you or your company back, forcing you to take a pass on lucrative business opportunities that your company is otherwise qualified to pursue? Daunted by all the confusing and inconsistent information available on the Internet about clearances?

Fedmarket’s Security Clearances, Uncovered! will explain everything you need to know about obtaining and keeping personnel and facility security clearances.

Why is This Seminar Different?


You’ll gain practical insight from Bill Savarino, a nationally recognized security clearance lawyer who focuses on clearance issues for companies and individuals. You may have heard Mr. Savarino addressing clearance issues on one of several Federal News Radio shows. His extensive first-hand knowledge and in-depth experience on security clearances ensures that your questions will be answered.

Visit www.fedmarket.com to learn more.

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