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There is nothing so frustrating as taking your time to apply for several jobs; crafting the resume, tailoring it for the job, completing the questionnaires, and then being rejected. There are several reasons why this might be happening. One is that there were simply more qualified folks ahead of you. Another reason may be that there were folks with more eligibility or preference than you. Another possibility is that the hiring agency already knows of a qualified individual and is trying to target that person for the position.
Lastly, perhaps your application was not all that it could or should have been. In that last case, there IS something you can do about that! They go on to say: Although each agency is different, generally, you will hear from the hiring agency in about days after the job opportunity announcement JOA closes. If you have not heard from the agency, you should contact the agency that posted the JOA to inquire about the status of your application.
By that I mean your federal resume. We think we have said enough and that one resume tells all of the job titles and duties we have performed. OK, OK, I understand, there is never enough time in the day to invest in this process.
Read through the announcement for key words and phrases , work them into your resume where appropriate, and be sure to use the Resume Builder on USAJobs. Do not try to submit a fancy, civilian resume with tables and graphics. Just go with the system here. If you want me to check out your federal resume and offer feedback, feel free to contact me for a free critique!