security clearance

 for Federal Government contracting in Canada

i4C works on Federal Government opportunities in Canada and to be presented to these opportunities, it is required that a consultant holds a valid security clearance.  The process can take 2 weeks to a year depending on the level of security clearance and your personal history and it is administered through Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC).

To receive your security clearance, you must first get fingerprints from an accredited fingerprinting agency.  Following this, i4C can sponsor your clearance for the role you are being presented for – this involves needing your Full Legal Name, Date of Birth, the DCN Number from the Fingerprints, and two pieces of identification.

We’ve put together a few helpful links to help you understand the fingerprinting process:.

Government of Canada policies, standards and directives>> 

Government of Canada policy on government security>> 

Personnel security screening overview>>

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Director, Consulting Services
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