Employment

Non-Attorney / Support Security Forms Checklist

  • SF-86 - Questionnaire for National Security Positions

    • Security investigation data for sensitive positions.
    • You have been registered in the on-line security system called E-Qip. You have been sent an e-mail from the Human Resources Office with the E-Qip web site address and answers to 3 "Golden Questions". You should retain that e-mail and refer to it when accessing the E-Qip web site. Initially, please review the "Quick Reference Guide for the Applicant" and the "Frequently Asked Questions about E-Qip". You may need to set up you personal computer as shown in the Web Browser Requirements and Getting Started sections of the "Quick Reference Guide" before completing the form on-line. The following questions must be answered covering the previous 10 years: 9, 10, 11, 12, 21, 22, 23, 29.
    • Carefully follow the on-screen instructions and remember the information you provide will be used by investigators to conduct your background investigation. All blocks must be completely filled out with accurate and up-to-date names/dates/addresses/telephone numbers. Please follow instructions to print out signature pages, sign, and date the form. 

      Quick Reference Guide for the Applicant

      Frequently Asked Questions about E-Qip
       

  • OF-306 - Declaration of Federal Employment

    • Complete blocks 1 through 16a, sign and date block 17a.

  • DOJ-555 - Disclosure and Authorization Pertaining to Consumer Reports Pursuant to the Fair Credit Reporting Act

    • Review, sign and date the form, and fax it back immediately to Tim Garrett at (410) 962-0122. 

  • Selective Service Registration Certification - Complete this form and include your registration number if your are a male born after 12/31/1959 and are at least 18 years of age.
  • Dual Citizenship/Loyalty Statement - Applicant certifies s/he is a dual citizen of the United States and another country. Submit the above and submit one copy of the following, if applicable:
  • SF-87A - Fingerprint Cards 
    • Fingerprint cards will be mailed to you. You can be fingerprinted at any local law enforcement agency or call Tim Garrett on (410) 209-4934 to make an appointment to return your completed forms and be fingerprinted in the Office.
    • Cards should be signed in the presence of the person fingerprinting you.

  • Derogatory Information - i.e., bankruptcy, indebtedness, arrests, income tax issues, drug use, etc. If you answered Yes to questions #23, 24, 25, 27, 28 or 29 on the SF86, you must: 

    • Provide a letter of explanation addressing each derogatory issue
    • Provide supporting documents, e.g., canceled payment checks, letter from creditor, court disposition, etc.

 

Please Federal Express or hand deliver forms to the following address:

United States Attorney's Office for the District of Maryland
Human Resources Office
36 S. Charles Street, 4th Floor
Baltimore, MD 21201-3119

For additional information, please contact Lisa Savage on 410-209-4968 or Tim Garrett on 410-209-4934.

 

 

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