National Agency Check with Law and Credit (NACLC)
The National Agency Check with Law and Credit (NACLC) is a type of background check required in the U.S. for granting security clearance. The NACLC is used as the initial investigation for contractors at the Confidential, Secret, and L access levels. It is also used as the reinvestigation method for both contractors and Federal employees at the same access levels.
This type of investigation includes:
Basic National Agency Checks (Security/Suitability Investigations Index, Defense Clearance and Investigations Index, fingerprint classification, and a search of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s investigative index).
Credit search covering all residence, employment, and education locations during the last seven years.
Law Checks covering all locations of residence, employment, and education during the last five years and to all locations of admitted arrest. If 35-day service is requested, all law checks will be scheduled by Record Search. If 75-day service is requested, law checks will be scheduled by a combination of inquiry and record coverage.
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