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If your complaint is about a hiring and/or employment issue, please contact your own Agency or the Agency that is advertising the job. OPM has granted hiring authority to each individual Agency, and it is their responsibility to ensure that the process is applied appropriately. The OPM OIG does not investigate allegations related to personnel actions or employment issues at other Federal Agencies. View more information about employee grievance and appeal rights and position classification appeals.
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