You're not alone: thousands of people apply to federal jobs without success, and many of them are experienced professionals just like you. The ones who get the jobs aren't necessarily more qualified-they've just mastered the process.
Corliss Jackson, formerly with the US Office of Personnel Management and the author of the Washington Post's weekly federal jobs column, Corliss's Corner, reveals the secrets you need to learn to:
• master the federal application process;
• qualify for federal jobs;
• create your federal resume;
• stand out in a sea of qualified candidates;
• understand what's needed for security clearances.
The cobwebs clouding the federal hiring process can be difficult to clear, which is why you need someone with more than twenty years of experience in federal human resources to help show you the way. Break through the red, white, and blue tape that stands in between you and your federal dream job, and start Cracking the Federal Job Code.