The position is not with Newport News Shipbuilding/Huntington Ingalls Industries (although i did have an interview with them a few years ago, very professional company).
I completed my sit down interview with the investigator in a library room when I graduated college from. They gave us a separate room which was locked when my interview was being done.
My case hasn't even made it to adjudication yet, it still sits at OPM. When I contact the Freedom Of Information office, all i get is a "status pending" answer, whatever the heck that means. I just want to know how to get this thing moving again. Nobody is helping me with anything, I had a SECRET with the DOD and the process was NOTHING like this, it was pretty much an open and shut case. I don't want to complain, but this isnt fair to me at all. Five months after the time of interview is completely ridiculous for it to still be sitting there. I understand the situation with USIS, but how are people on other threads submitting SF86's much later than my interview date and getting adjudicated and approved while my package still sits at OPM? Doesnt anyone track cases so that they can be completed in a somewhat timely manner?? Do you have any advice for me on how i can get this moving again? The FSO at my place says they only intervene after the 6 month mark from time of submission, and honestly I highly doubt that even then whatever they do will make little to no difference............