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Security Officers with Clearances

SECURITY OFFICERS WITH CLEARANCES

Starside offers Uniformed and Plain Clothed Former Law Enforcement Officers, Security Guards and Investigators with Security Clearances, Starside employs Security Professionals with all level of Security Clearances: Public Trust, Confidential, Secret, Top Secret (TS), TS SCI (Sensitive Compartmented Information) and TS SSBI (Single Scope Background Investigation). Starside is a Government Contractor and on the Federal Supply Schedule (GS-07-9400S). Due to the nature of clearances Starside can only provide the following:

 

PUBLIC TRUST:

This is the lowest level a Security Guard or Investigator or other employee of a Government contractor (Starside) can have to work at a Government facility providing protection, investigation or security. The Government has given permission to be on Government property Armed and the ability to handle sensitive, non-classified documents.
This level needs to be reinvestigated every fifteen years.*


CONFIDENTIAL:

This refers to material, which, if improperly disclosed, could be reasonably expected to cause some measurable damage to the national security. The vast majority of military personnel are given this very basic level of clearance.
This level needs to be reinvestigated every fifteen years.*

SECRET:

The unauthorized disclosure of secret information could be expected to cause serious damage to the national security.
This level is reinvestigated every ten years.*

TOP SECRET:

Individuals with this clearance have access to information or material that could be expected to cause exceptionally grave damage to the national security if it was released without authorization.
This level needs to be reinvestigated every five years.*

* Reinvestigations are more important than the original investigation because those individuals who have held clearances longer are more likely to be working with increasingly critical information.