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We recently got a question about getting an interview for a government job after receiving a well-qualified rating. (I am guessing this is regarding a USA JOBS posting.) HR folks, can you shed any light on what happens after someone receives a well-qualified rating, and if there is anything else they can do to increase their chance of getting an interview? Thanks for your insights!
Until your name is referred to the selecting official, it is up to the HR Specialist and he/she is limited to considering the application itself, so personal contacts are seldom helpful. After your name is referrred, you might be able to discern who the selecting official is by reviewing the job announcement and comparing it to an organizational chart (if available).
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