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We have created a searchable Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) site designed to make finding and sharing information more efficient for our employees, external stakeholders and you, the general public.
The searchable FAQs are available at www.opm.gov/FAQs and contain information across all program areas. You can search for information using common language (e.g., What is Open Government?) or browse by topic (e.g., Senior Executive Service). Answers to your questions are displayed immediately and a list of the Top10 Questions is also available for review. Many questions can be answered right away with FAQs. Why wait in line on the phone? Go online today. Ready, set, search!!!
The kind of specific question you ask has to go to the proper office because it's too technical for us to answer here in Open Government. While you're employed by the Federal government, the best place to start is usually your agency's human resources department; they're in the best position to help you with the fine details.
That said, you can submit a message to the people at OPM who are most knowledgeable about your subject through the FAQs engine. Just enter your search terms, and if none of the Q&As meet your needs, click on "submit a question." Again, this will ensure your question gets to the right people.
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