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  1. Arti says:

    a few individuals have more complex backgrounds than others and, consequently, more time is required to conduct a complete investigation. Pre-employment investigative screening (which include the collection and review of fingerprints and the Questionnaire for National Security Positions, the polygraph exam, and the background investigation) can take up to 12 months, or longer. Other factors that may delay the process are a candidate’s having resided in multiple geographic areas and having numerous past employers. Other factors that may delay the process are a candidate’s having resided in multiple geographic areas a

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