I’ve been attempting to move from the FBI to the private sector on a CIA contract, but have been told that I can’t crossover. I’m given the “there’s unadjudicated information” response, but I have no idea what that could be. On the first try by this company, I was told my polygraph couldn’t be seen in the system, but the unadjudicated information was the reason the second time. I was told that nothing could be done.
I’ve also had a few job offers rescinded without any information except for “we cannot proceed at this time” or the like when they started looking at a crossover. I’m guessing that the recisions have been for the same thing, but there was only one company that outright said the crossover was denied (they tried twice in a month.)
My TS/SCI clearance was successfully adjudicated in August 2018; before that I held a Secret clearance for around 1.5 years. My TS/SCI is active and (according to my agency) perfectly fine and fully adjudicated with a Full-Scope Poly. I can’t imagine I could currently work on classified projects if I didn’t have my clearance or something else was awry.
Anyone have any insight into what could be the issue and how to fix it? I don’t have any contacts within the CIA except for one staff personnel who likely can’t just give me the name of a security officer there, and the big name contractor didn’t seem like they could do anything.
I previously applied to the Agency and had a job offer that was rescinded too (again, no reason given but apparently could be anything.) That was three years ago–unless each company second guesses their decision each time and think I’m a terrible human being, anyone know if not quite getting a job could be the reason for the unadjudicated information and crossover denial?