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Your 2006 Bankruptcy does not restrict you from applying for Federal positions for which you may qualify; however, each federal agency or department to which you apply is responsible for making the appropriate access, fitness, suitability and/or clearance determination. Therefore, it will be up to the hiring agency to decide the impact your 2006 Bankruptcy has on the hiring decision for a position with fiduciary responsibilities or any other position within the agency.
Once a period of debarment from competition for, or appointment to, specified positions has expired, a person is eligible to apply to any vacancy announcement posted following the application procedures outlined for the announcement. The agency to which the person applies will process the application and evaluate the suitability of the applicant, as appropriate.
The identity of OPM investigators can be confirmed through Federal Investigative Services’ Security and Safety Team. There are two ways to confirm the identity of an investigator; by phone at 888/795-5673 option 1 or by e-mail to FISSST@opm.gov.
The identity of OPM investigators can be confirmed through Federal Investigative Services’ Security and Safety Team. There are two ways to confirm the identity of an investigator; by phone at 888-795-5673 option 1, or by e-mail to FISSST@opm.gov.
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