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Calling all writers! Apply to our 16th cohort of the GovLoop Featured Contributor program.
To kick off the new year, we put out a call for our newly re-named Featured Contributors Program. The number of applications for the 15th round of Featured Contributors were the most we’ve had yet! Read about them here.
So are you a good writer? You may be. But it can be hard to know for sure. And no matter what, you can probably be better. And you don’t need an advanced degree or week-long workshop to get that way.
FREE One-Hour Webinar on April 14, 2011 (Thursday) at 1pm EST The proposal clock is ticking, pressure is building as the deadline is getting closer, and soon the stress becomes palpable. But you still have a hard time squeezing the words from your or your proposal team’s brains down on paper. You produce something byRead… Read more »
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A proposal manager’s role is clear when a proposal lasts 30 days, or even 14, but things get more complicated as the allotted time shrinks. Many wonder what kind of value they could provide as a proposal manager when a proposal is only 5-7 days in duration. In most cases, process as we know itRead… Read more »
The Federal Resume Toolboxä is not a book per se, but rather a collection of brief, concise articles that contain the essential information you need to rebuild your resume so that it grabs the attention of the HR Specialist and tells that person that you are most definitely qualified for the position. Make no mistakeRead… Read more »
My issue with USAJobs – or better yet, the Office of Personnel Management and the so-called advice they are publishing – is the simple fact that it is not going to help the average person land a job. Just like Monster.com, the Office of Personnel Management’s customers are not the people searching for employment onRead… Read more »