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Change in Maximum Entry-Age Requirements for Veterans' Preference Eligibles
OPM Age Waiver letter for veterans preference eligibles who exceed the maximum entry-age requirements

FedsHireVets
Your single site for Federal employment information for veterans, transitioning military service members, their families, and Federal hiring officials.

Veterans' Preference
Information on veterans' preference from FedsHireVets.

VetGuide
Comprehensive information and references on veteran rules and provisions.

DD 214(Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty)
Learn everything about the DD Form 214, which identifies the veteran's condition of discharge, including the best method to acquire your DD214.

Military to Federal Jobs Crosswalk
Helps translate military occupations to federal jobs.

Mil2FedJobs
The Mil2FedJobs portal is an exciting new tool that helps veterans and transitioning military service members translate their military occupations to Federal jobs.

Verification of Military Training
Information you provide is used to verify your identity and record for the purpose of furnishing certification or verification of any job skills and experience you acquired while on active duty that may have application to your employment in the civilian sector.

GI Bill
The GI Bill website is home for all educational benefits provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Transition/Employment
Transition resources from the Department of Defense.

Hiring Authorities
Special hiring authorities for veterans, including Veterans' Recruitment Appointment (VRA), 30 Percent or More Disabled Veterans, and Veterans Employment Opportunities Act of 1998 (VEOA)

Military Family Member Information
Trooper Sanders, Deputy Director of Policy to the First Lady of the United States briefs the Council on Veterans Employment on the President's directive supporting military families.

Military Spouse Appointments

Tips for Creating a Federal Resume
A Resume is your ticket to a job; it must do 2 things: qualify you for a job, and impress a hiring manager enough to get you an interview.

See how 4 different American Veterans are now Federal Employees and continuing their service to our nation.

 

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Resources

Disability Hiring at the Department of Justice

Workforce Recruitment Program for College Students and Recent Graduates with Disabilities

Federal Employment of People With Disabilities

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