Astronaut Applicant Supplemental Forms. Brief Description of the Forms:
- Form 93 Medical History - Acceptance of medical history information for candidates applying to an Astronaut position
- Form 465A Supplemental History - Acceptance of supplemental medical history information for candidates applying to an Astronaut position
- Form 603A Aeronautical Experience - Acceptance of aeronautical experience information for candidates applying for an Astronaut Position
- References Form - References information of candidates applying for an Astronaut position
Department of Homeland Security - I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification Form. The Immigration Reform and Control Act made all U.S. employers responsible to verify the employment eligibility and identity of all employees hired to work in the United States after November 6, 1986. To implement the law, employers are required to complete Employment Eligibility Verification forms (Form I-9) for all employees, including U.S. citizens.
Department of Veterans Affairs Application Forms. Application forms for positions at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Defense Logistics Agency and the Defense Contract Management Agency's Automated Staffing Program (ASP) - An automated process for filling vacant positions. ASP interfaces with a commercial off the shelf package called Resumix that is deployed throughout the Department of Defense (DoD).
Dept. of the Interior -
Applicant Background Survey form, DI-1935 B
This special form is required when applying for jobs at Interior, including
National Park Service, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Land Management,
Bureau of Reclamation, etc.
Resumix - The Dept of the
Army, West Civilian Personnel Operations Center (WCPOC) uses Resumix, an
automated referral system to fill vacancies. Applicants must submit a
three-page resume and a one-page supplemental data sheet to apply for
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