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.