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Case SUMMARY

DIA reinstated access to classified information

A decorated veteran with 20 years of military service and over 9 years of federal service retained us to defend a proposal to revoke his eligibility for access to sensitive compartmented information which would result in losing his top secret security clearance. Shortly after retaining our firm, he received a proposed indefinite suspension from his position for failure to satisfy a condition of employment (top secret security clearance) due to the first pending proposal to revoke his access to information. We submitted written responses to both proposals demonstrating that the conduct in question did not pose a security threat, identifying applicable mitigating factors, and submitted two supervisor’s statements in support of the employee’s continued service, in addition to providing an oral reply. Based on these submissions and oral reply, the agency rescinded their proposed revocation and indefinite suspension, reinstated the employee’s access to information, and reinstated the employee to his position.

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