A few months ago I was trying for a security clearance job. I haven’t had a clearance since 2019 (see my only other post for clarification). I received a tentative offer then later received a letter saying the offer was rescinded. Here is the reason they gave me:
“The reason for this action is because the results of the most recent background investigation indicate that your file contains derogatory information.”
Is this just a generic copy and paste reason or is there some meaning to this? My last investigation was 3 years ago. Does derogatory information ever “clear out” so that I can get a clearance? The only derogatory information that I should have was an OSI investigation in 2016 (I was not charged or disciplined), a chapter 7 bankruptcy in 2020 (completely resolved and my financial situation has vastly improved), and two job terminations in 2019 (due to high amounts of stress relating to my divorce and loss of children/starting to pay child support which drastically deteriorated my financial situation leading to the bankruptcy).
Everything has been resolved ever since then. Any opinions or advice on this?