She's also "in the process of obtaining a security clearance." According to ABC News, the First Daughter will indeed get the "security clearance as she serves, informally, as an adviser to her father." The (to put it kindly) unusual setup has riled critics, who are already flabbergasted by the Trump administration's promotion Ivanka Trump's business.
Now, Ivanka will be a "full-time staffer" in "everything but name," according to Politico, except she won't be automatically subject to the same ethics rules. Her lawyer did, at least, agree that Ivanka Trump should "comply with the rules that would apply if she were a government employee" due to the "new ground" the Trump administration is breaking with the arrangement.