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Committee on Armed ServicesReadinessIntroducedApril 18th, 2013
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Security Clearance Protection Act of 2013
To protect the eligibility for Federal employment and access to classified information for Department of Defense civilian employees who may incur financial hardships as a result of furloughs dictated by sequestration.
Security Clearance Protection Act of 2013 - Requires the Secretary of Defense (DOD) to ensure that any financial hardship incurred by a DOD civilian employee due to a furlough required by sequestration will not affect such employee's: (1) eligibility for continued suitability for employment at DOD, (2) access to classified information, or (3) suitability to hold a position critical to national security.