JD Technologies President John Knott Receives Secret Security Clearance from United States DoD

10 Mar JD Technologies President John Knott Receives Secret Security Clearance from United States DoD

The JD Technologies approach is simple: we are a team of highly educated individuals with technical expertise and in-depth market knowledge.

As such, it is with great pride we announce JD Technologies President, John Knott has been granted a security clearance by the United States Government and Department of Defense.

Security clearances are categorized in three tiers: confidential, secret and top secret. The secret security clearance has been granted to John and he is now eligible for access to classified information.

As a team, we strive to find solutions of value, where we can work together as a cohesive unit. While the security clearance is indeed a major accomplishment, the true beneficiaries are the JD Tech principals and customers.

The secret security clearance is a testament to the credibility of our organization and its leadership; we’re pleased to be able to consult and solve the problems facing our customers and principals with greater access to useful resources, information and data.

 

Quick FAQs About Security Clearances:

What is a security clearance?

A security clearance is a determination by the United States Government that a person or company is eligible for access to classified information.

How long does a clearance remain in effect?

The clearance generally remains in effect, as long as the cleared individual remains employed by a cleared contractor or government agency.

Who can obtain a security clearance?

U.S. citizens who are sponsored by a cleared contractor or a Government agency. To be sponsored you must be employed (or hired as a consultant) in a position that requires a clearance.

Who issues clearances?

The Department of Defense Central Clearance Facility (DoDCAF) at Fort Meade, Md. issues Personnel Clearances (PCL) for most DoD civilians, military personnel, and contractor personnel.

 

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