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ibstillaweiner

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security clearance
« on: Mar 12, 2007, 09:50 »
  :D    am i correct to say i wont be getting access for 5 years, if i failed to put a past violation within 3 years ago on my application... if
i was denied a badge, can i apply for a new one, sometime near future.?   

blackballedsnake

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Re: security clearance
« Reply #1 on: Mar 14, 2007, 02:03 »
Seems as though several individuals ::) have been put out in the cold over what USED to be minor memory "flubs" >:( Keeps gettin' harder and harder everyday! :'( Why the hell are traveling techs and workers being #*&!$ with so much?? :-\ ::) ??? These plants need to staff outages!!! I suppose human beings no longer can be human! >:( >:(I smell a future revolt over the p*ss poor treatment of us all ;D ;) (I suppose I'm on the CIA's hitlist now! ;) I say GO UNION!!  8) :P(at least you have the ability to file a grieveance ;) or get a second and EVEN third chance to keep a job!!!! :-X ;) ::)

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Re: security clearance
« Reply #2 on: Mar 14, 2007, 02:19 »
I don't see how a union would help in this situation?  A minor memory "flub"?  If you are in this business you know what the requirements are going to be when you try to get access to a plant...if you can't meet those requirements or perhaps try to get around the system (which we don't know what happened in this case) how is a union going to be able to back you up on this?

blackballedsnake

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Re: security clearance
« Reply #3 on: Mar 14, 2007, 03:51 »
Good point. ;D They get ya no matter what  >:( Touchee!  ;)

atomicarcheologist

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Re: security clearance
« Reply #4 on: Mar 14, 2007, 08:03 »
I don't see how a union would help in this situation? 

Perhaps a union would be able to have a file for each worker to access which could include private information.  This way you could pull out what was needed for each access.

 


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