On Mon, Jul 9, 2012 at 2:22 PM, Joe Hourcle
<[log in to unmask]>wrote:
> So, the real question is why it must specifically be federal
> employee librarians. (and I don't know of any librarians with TS/SCI/Poly
> ... but I *have* heard that some of the archivists at the National Archives
> do, but that was a 'my son is fed up with his job' story from a
> librarian at my local public branch)
Sensitive Cat-purr-making Information Facility (SCIF) (n). A keyboard.
One recent posting:
* *PTFS, a privately owned, Maryland-based company [...] has an immediate
opening for a Librarian/Cataloger at a client site in the Washington, DC
Requires TS/SCI with Full-Scope Polygraph level clearance.
Experience processing archival materials and classified information and
records in the IC, a plus.
Librarians at LANL generally have Q , which is TS and Poly, but not Full