Jared Kushner, U.S. President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, finally has a permanent security clearance.
Charles Phalen, the director of the National Background Investigations Bureau, told lawmakers at a House subcommittee oversight hearing held a year ago that he had "never seen that level of mistakes" on a security clearance application than what he had seen from Kushner's original SF-86.
"With respect with the news of his clearance being restored, as we stated before, his application was properly submitted, reviewed by numerous career officials and went through the normal process", Lowell said.
Career officials approved the clearance following the background check, the newspaper reported.
Lowell said Kushner has been voluntarily cooperating with Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. "Having completed these processes, Mr. Kushner is looking forward to continuing the work the president has asked him to do".
Kushner was among several White House officials who spent the first year of the administration working on provisional clearances, meaning he was allowed to view classified information while his Federal Bureau of Investigation background check was pending, the daily said.
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Kushner had previously met with Mueller's team in November of a year ago.
Kushner had reportedly been working in the White House, on subjects as sensitive as a Middle East peace process, and viewing classified materials on a temporary security clearance as he awaited approval on his background check.
While Kushner's clearance approval took longer than is the norm, a person briefed on the matter told the Times that his "complicated financial history" was the reason for the holdup.
Tuesday, Trump signed a bill mandating that the White House Office of Administration report to Congress on the cause of backlogs in security clearances. Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law, has been granted permanent security clearance.
Lowell said Kushner previous year became "one of the first to voluntarily cooperate with any investigation into the 2016 campaign and related topics", the daily reported.
Kushner's application had been beset by multiple revisions and previously undisclosed contacts with foreign individuals. "In each occasion, he answered all questions asked and did whatever he could to expedite the conclusion of all the investigations". Kushner updated the SF-86 forms once more in June to include that meeting.