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List of US security clearance terms - Wikipedia — In general, most employers look for candidates who hold an active Department of Defense (DoD) collateral clearance or a blanket TS/SCI-cleared (Top Secret / Sensitive Compartmented Information) individual who has successfully completed a counterintelligence (CI) or full-scope polygraph (FSP).

WIKIPEDIA.ORG

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List of US security clearance terms - Wikipedia — In general, most employers look for candidates who hold an active Department of Defense (DoD) collateral clearance or a blanket TS/SCI-cleared (Top Secret / Sensitive Compartmented Information) individual who has successfully completed a counterintelligence (CI) or full-scope polygraph (FSP).

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Sensitive Compartmented Information - Wikipedia — Access. Eligibility for access to SCI is determined by a Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI) or periodic reinvestigation. Because the same investigation is used to grant Top Secret security clearances, the two are often written together as TS/SCI.

CLEARANCEJOBS.COM

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What Is the Difference Between SCI and SSBI? - Clearance Q&A — Sep 17, 2013 A: A Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI) is reserved for employees (military, civilian and contractor) requiring a TOP SECRET security clearance and access to sensitive compartmented information (SCI). SCI is the access granted after the investigation, hence the title 'TS/SCI.'

SHELDONCOHEN.COM

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APPLYING FOR SCI ACCESS - BE - Sheldon I Cohen — If you presently hold a Confidential, Secret or Top Secret Security Clearance and are offered the opportunity to apply for SCI (Sensitive Compartmented