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A security clearance is a license issued by the head of a department, division, or agency of the federal government that provides the recipient with access to classified documents and/or secured facilities.

If you select 'Active Confidential', 'Active Secret', 'Active Top Secret', 'Active Top Secret/SCI', 'Active TS/SCI-CI Polygraph', 'Active TS/SCI-FS Polygraph' or 'Other Active Clearance' you will be listed in the resume search results of authorized employers who search based on Active Security Clearance and your resume will indicate that you have an Active Security Clearance. If you select 'None' or 'Inactive Clearance', your resume will indicate that you do not have an Active Security Clearance. If you have a public (searchable) resume, but would not like your security clearance status to be indicated on your resume, click '-SELECT-'.