Google Is Looking for Israelis With Security Clearance. Here's Why

As part of its bid to provide Israel with cloud services, Google Cloud seems to be looking for Israelis who can work with sensitive government offices

Amitai Ziv
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Google seems to be confident it is going to win one of the biggest bids in Israel: Project Nimbus, the state’s official cloud service project. A new job listing by Google issued recently suggests as much, with the company looking for Israelis with security clearance.

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