I had the same question that you posted @srithikdatta and was wondering if your case ever did complete the reciprocity process?
In my situation, I have been extended a job offer by a company that does cleared work for DoD. My clearance data is held by a non-DoD agency, e.g., US Coast Guard/DHS. The company FSO contacted the Coast Guard Security Center and verified that I had clearance eligibility. The company FSO then submitted an RRU request via JPAS (a DoD database) to request reciprocity with the intent of transfering my clearance data into JPAS. I am now in a sit and wait holding pattern. Like you, I don’t have a clear understanding of what is going on behind the scenes now, nor how long it might take. I can’t begin cleared work until my data is transferred to the DoD JPAS system.
I read several posts in this forum where @amberbunny has worked a number of reciprocity requests. Maybe she can shed some light on the process & typical timeline? I know there are a number of variables and players involved, so timelines are just a guesstimate at best.
In my case, my Secret level clearance (NACLC) was renewed/readjudicated by the USCG in March 2014 (less than 5 yrs old as of this date). I departed my GS civilian job in May 2017 to seek other opportunities, so I have been away from cleared work for less than 24 months. But, that 24 month rule is looming closer and I’m wondering if this reciprocity process will complete itself before I turn into a pumpkin.
Thanks in advance to you or other forum members that might be able to shed some light on this non-DoD to DoD clearance data transfer process.