Monday, October 31, 2016

Reviewing an Applicant's Federal Criminal History

Federal Criminal Background Checks define whether or not the individual is listed on the federal government's watchlist. The most common infractions found within these searches are associated with deception for financial gains. They include but are not limited to fraud and embezzlement. A federal assessment is needed if the applicant is attempting to work in any section of the United States government or if a federal-level security clearance is needed for employment.