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Veteran-Owned ClearedJobs.Net Awarded Two-Year Contract by U.S. Transportation Security Administration

 (February 9, 2009) Falls Church, Virginia — ClearedJobs.Net announced today its selection by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for a two-year, exclusive contract for security cleared job board resume searching and job posting. TSA employs approximately 50,000 people from Alaska to Puerto Rico to ensure Americans traveling by plane, train, automobile or ferry are safe and secure and oversees security for the highways, railroads, buses, mass transit systems, ports and the 450 U.S. airports.

“We are so proud to have been awarded this contract by TSA,” says Kathleen Smith, Chief Marketing Officer for ClearedJobs.Net. “This TSA award continues to expand our presence within the federal agency community as a provider of security cleared job board services and job fairs.”

ClearedJobs.Net also works with other government agencies such as the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Patrol and Office of the Inspector General. “The addition of this new TSA contract award further validates our security cleared job board service as being one of high-quality and ‘best value for the U.S. Government’, as stated in the contract award letter,” says Smith. “It’s wonderful to know that the extra efforts we take in customer service have paid off.”

About ClearedJobs.Net

ClearedJobs.Net located in Falls Church, Virginia provides services and products to the security cleared community. Founded in 2001, the company supports security cleared professionals in their career searches by producing Cleared Job Fairs, posting on-line security cleared jobs and industry information to assist security cleared job seekers in their career transitions.

About the Transportation Security Administration (TSA)

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA), formed immediately following the tragedies of September 11, 2001, is a component of the Department of Homeland Security and is responsible for security of the nation's transportation systems with state, local and regional partners.

Feb 9 2009