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Title 32Subtitle AChapter ISubchapter DPart 147


TITLE 32—National Defense

Subtitle A—DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

CHAPTER I—OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE

SUBCHAPTER D—PERSONNEL, MILITARY AND CIVILIAN

PART 147—ADJUDICATIVE GUIDELINES FOR DETERMINING ELIGIBILITY FOR ACCESS TO CLASSIFIED INFORMATION

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Subpart A—ADJUDICATION

§147.1
Introduction.
§147.2
Adjudicative process.
§147.3
Guideline A—Allegiance to the United States.
§147.4
Guideline B—Foreign influence.
§147.5
Guideline C—Foreign preference.
§147.6
Guidance D—Sexual behavior.
§147.7
Guideline E—Personal conduct.
§147.8
Guideline F—Financial considerations.
§147.9
Guideline G—Alcohol consumption.
§147.10
Guideline H—Drug involvement.
§147.11
Guideline I—Emotional, mental, and personality disorders.
§147.12
Guideline J—Criminal conduct.
§147.13
Guideline K—Security violations.
§147.14
Guideline L—Outside activities.
§147.15
Guideline M—Misuse of Information technology systems.
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Subpart B—INVESTIGATIVE STANDARDS

§147.18
Introduction.
§147.19
The three standards.
§147.20
Exception to periods of coverage.
§147.21
Expanding investigations.
§147.22
Transferability.
§147.23
Breaks in service.
§147.24
The national agency check.
Appendix
Attachment A to Subpart B of Part 147—Standard A—National Agency Check With Local Agency Checks and Credit Check (NACLC)
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Attachment B to Subpart B of Part 147—Standard B—Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI)
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Attachment C to Subpart B of Part 147—Standard C—Single Scope Background Investigation Periodic Reinvestigation (SSBI-PR)
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Attachment D to Subpart B of Part 147—Decision Tables
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Subpart C—GUIDELINES FOR TEMPORARY ACCESS

§147.28
Introduction.
§147.29
Temporary eligibility for access.
§147.30
Temporary eligibility for access at the confidential and secret levels and temporary eligibility for “L” access authorization.
§147.31
Temporary eligibility for access at the top secret levels and temporary eligibility for “Q” access authorization: For someone who is the subject of a favorable investigation not meeting the investigative standards for access at those levels.
§147.32
Temporary eligibility for access at the top secret and SCI levels and temporary eligibility for “Q” access authorization: For someone who is not the subject of a current, favorable personnel or personnel-security investigation of any kind.
§147.33
Additional requirements by agencies.


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