Most agencies have separate web sites to apply for their job offerings. USAJOBS.GOV has some information that will transfer into agency web sites, but the applicant still usually has to create a new account and profile, and fill out all new information pages at each agency web site, in addition to what they created in USAJOBS.GOV. If possible, create one standardized web site, or modify USAJOBS.GOV, that can lead the ...more »
When jobs are listed on USAJOBS please list the qualification requirements and pay scales in language that non-military and current non-governmental people can understand, or provide links or mouse-overs that provide a basic explination of requirements. Also, add a mandatory reply system. Applicants are notified that their resumes are accepted, but there is zero follow up when it comes to whether or not the person is ...more »
Why start a new website or bid out for contract a simple portal, when an existing site can be upgraded, with a CRM licensed platform, content sharing, transparency, analytics and spend nominal funding in lieu of excessive waste of not ony time but money....
Important Note: We are going to absorb the cost to develop and release the accessible mobile application described below within 30 days... at "no cost-to-users." We are doing this to demonstrate that what we are recommending is technically possible, economically feasible, and reasonable. In addition, it stands to contribute to our country’s economic growth and most important, help to create new jobs. A. Business ...more »