To determine the current status of your security clearance, please contact the agencys personnel security office that granted your clearance. If you are a contract employee, your companys facility security officer may also be able to assist you.
How do I find my security clearance date?
You can check on your clearance three ways:Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS)Security Investigations Index (SII)Call DoD at 1-888-282-7682.
Is my security clearance expired?
A government security clearance requires a periodic reinvestigation every 15 years for a “confidential” clearance, every 10 years for “secret,” and every 5 years for “top secret.” When a clearance is inactivated (because of switching jobs or leaving the military), it can be fairly easy to reinstate within the first 24
Do you have a current security clearance?
The Personnel Security Investigation (PSI) on which the clearance is based can be either “current” or “out-of-date.” People commonly use the terms “active,” “current,” and “expired” to mean: Active — a clearance that has not been terminated. Current — a terminated clearance that is still eligible for reinstatement.
What is your current security clearance?
A “current” clearance is one in which a candidate has been determined eligible for access to classified information but is not currently eligible without a reinstatement. A candidate has two years to remain on a “current” status before moving to an “expired” status.
How long do security clearances last?
How often is a security clearance renewed? An individual is normally subject to reinvestigation approximately every five years for a Secret or Top Secret clearance.
How long does a secret clearance take?
Current Top Secret clearance processing times are 159 days, and Secret clearance processing times are 132 days. These numbers only represent industry applicants – processing times are slightly faster for all DCSA cases, which included DoD civilians and service members.