Competition for jobs with the federal government are tight and so when applying for a position using a federal resume, there are a few things that you always need to keep in mind.
The federal resume is not a typical resume and is actually meant to replace some older forms that were used by the US Office of Personnel Management. These forms were designed to target specific information about you, but now instead of the forms, you provide the information in your own words. As well, with each submission there is a narrative statement component, also referred to as KSAs, in which you must match your knowledge, skills and abilities to the position you are interested in. It is important to note that these statements are graded and critically evaluated.
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