Dear Sir or Ms.:
I was able to determine from my FSO that the file for my SCI adjudication was at the Air Force Central Adjudication Facility (AFCAF) for at least 10 months. My file may have been at AFCAF possibly several months even longer than the 10 moths that is known.
I then received notice from the cleared defense contractor that it would end my sponsorship for SCI access as per its policy change for sponsorship it recently implemented.
This is the clearance I have at the moment: Active Top Secret (TS) Clearance Based On In-Scope SSBI; DCID 6/4 SCI Eligibility Pending
My question is this. Is there any agency who I can write to, i.e. the Defense Security Service, AFCAF, etc. where I can enquire as to the status of my SCI adjudication and learn how close I was to completing the adjudication process? I believe there is an address that a person can write to learn the status of their TS adjudication. I thought there might be a similar address where a person could write to enquire about the status of an SCI adjudication.
My motivation for wanting to know how far I was along in the SCI adjudication process is for future job application purposes.
Since a TS/SCI is often associated with more job opportunities than a TS with SSBI by itself, I would like to let a potential employer know how close I was to having the Air Force adjudicate my SCI when my cleared defense contractor dropped me from sponsorship due to a change in its policy.
Also, as a follow up question, in your professional opinion, would it make much difference to a potential future employer to know how close I was to having my SCI adjudicated? Since there is nothing in my background that would have prevented me from being adjudicated the SCI, is letting a potential employer know how close I was an important point, so they know I would have little or no difficulty in being adjudicated an SCI should they decide to sponsor me?
Thank you for your time and for any advice or information you can share.