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INFORMATION
ACCESS
INDIVIDUAL NEEDS
TROUBLED
MI5
GROVES
OPPENHEIMER
SECURITY CLEARANCE
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Definitions

  1. A security clearance is a status granted to individuals allowing them access to classified information, i.e.
  2. A security clearance is permission to handle classified documents or class of information, often requiring a satisfactory background check.
  3. A security clearance is generally granted to a particular level of clearance.
  4. His security clearance was revoked. (Web site)
  5. His security clearance was revoked in 1954, precluding him from high-level government policymaking. (Web site)

Information

  1. Ability and willingness to follow the rules for protection of classified information is a prerequisite for maintaining your security clearance. (Web site)
  2. All users have the proper security clearance and appropriate formal access approval for that information to which they have access. (Web site)

Access

  1. No one is supposed to be granted access to classified information solely because of rank, position, or a security clearance.
  2. In 1996, Mak was given a security clearance at the "secret" level, which gave him access to sensitive engineering details for U.S. ships and submarines. (Web site)

Individual Needs

  1. An individual needs a security clearance for access and other protection methods, such as keeping documents in a safe, are stipulated. (Web site)

Troubled

  1. In 1954, he was troubled by the infamous case in which Robert Oppenheimer lost his security clearance. (Web site)

Mi5

  1. In 1967 Harold Wilson decided to appoint Floud as a junior minister and MI5 was asked to provide him with a security clearance. (Web site)

Groves

  1. Groves later testified in Oppenheimer's defense during the hearings about his security clearance.

Oppenheimer

  1. When Army security officials balked at providing a security clearance, Groves ordered them to do so on the grounds that Oppenheimer was indispensable. (Web site)
  2. In November 1953, Oppenheimer was presented with a formal list of the charges against him and informed that his security clearance was suspended.

Security Clearance

  1. The followings list of terms is used to indicate type, level, or scope of security clearance and background investigation in the United States.
  2. Oppenheimer refused and requested a hearing to assess his loyalty, and in the meantime his security clearance was suspended. (Web site)

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  1. Cold War > Manhattan Project > Robert Oppenheimer > Oppenheimer
  2. Groves
  3. Mi5
  4. Clearance
  5. Troubled
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