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Strategies for Meeting Military Families’ Toughest Challenges

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DOD Jobs / Federal Jobs for Military Spouses on Military Bases

DOD Jobs / Federal Jobs for Military Spouses on Military Bases
Military Spouse Federal Job Series
by Kathryn Troutman and
Jan Meert, Military Spouse and former ACS Director

PART 1: Military Spouse Preference, EO 13473 for Federal Jobs.

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Your FBI Resume Should Tell the Story of Your Competencies

For Matt, a veteran of the Marines who served as a vehicle commander, the job of FBI Special Agent has a natural attraction. FBI agents are called on to carry out complex operations in difficult and often dangerous circumstances, areas in which Matt acquired valuable experience during his 2009-2013 military service.

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USAJOBS “Who May Apply” Problem

Office of Personnel Management IT specialist programmers have been working overtime. About every week there are new colorful bars, widgets and dropdowns and announcement sections. I like most of it. But the HR specialists who work for the agencies can’t keep up with the changes.

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Federal Employees Will Help Harvey Survivors Recover

There is a silver lining to Harvey’s historic storm clouds, which will deeply affect parts of Texas and Louisiana for years to come: It’s those countless residents who ventured out in their own boats and boots to rescue their neighbors, demonstrating an inspiring drive to serve.

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Bobbi’s Top Tips on Program S Jobs for Military Spouses

Bobbi Robbins – married to a Marine since 2009, a mother with two small children, and now a graduate student – really needed Program S when she and her husband were transferring to Fort Meade. When couples receive PCS orders, Program S gives military spouses high priority for DoD job openings. But like so many military spouses,

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How to Get In On the Hiring Free-For-All for Border Patrol Agents

Uncle Sam is looking for a few good Border Patrol Agents – 5,000 of them, in fact. The Department of Homeland Security is having such a hard time finding enough qualified men and women to do this tough and important job that it recently issued a request for proposals from outside consultants to put together a “hard-hitting recruiting campaign.”

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Jobs Priority for Relocated Military Spouses

Being married to someone serving active duty presents many challenges, from making a home on a military base to moving many times, around the country or around the world. But if your family depends in part on your employment income,

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Leverage Government Service in a Private-Sector Resume

You’ve done well in your federal government career, but you have various reasons to consider a leap to the private sector: Although you’ve progressed on the GS pay scale, you’re looking for more upside potential. Or you want to apply your considerable skills in a more entrepreneurial environment. Or you’re frustrated by the budget,

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