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New Vacancy Announcement at the Office of the Federal Register

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The National Archives and Records Administration recently announced a position for a Supervisory Technical Writer-Editor for the Publications and Services Division (FP) of the Office of the Federal Register (OFR) in Washington, DC.  The position will plan, direct, coordinate and execute the activities of the OFR in all aspects of assigned publications as mandated by law (44 U.S.C. Ch.15; 1 U.S.C. 112; and 44 U.S.C. 711) and regulation (1 CFR Ch. 1) which include, but are not limited to, the Federal Register, the Code of Federal Regulations, the United States Statutes at Large, Presidential documents, the United States Government Manual and their respective finding aids.

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6 Responses to New Vacancy Announcement at the Office of the Federal Register

  1. Thanks for the information !

  2. Federal hires disabled Vets is a Joke. Most of the Disabled Vets need to work with their military learned skills. About 90% of these Jobs are on military installations. Of which most of the building do not have handicap facilities. Things like elevators, handicap restrooms are far and few between. If the building is not a warfighting refurbishments will never get happen unless the falls down. Lots of Military Posts/Basses were built in the 50’s and have had a few facelifts, however unless a lawsuit happens Elevators and such do not exist.

  3. I hope the best candidate has got this job.

  4. Please Understand the Government Printing Office, Should have of Published the complete
    47 CFR Part -o- to Parts -1000-End. Copyright

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    to my friends. I am sure they will be benefited from this website.

  6. Whoops.Sorry. Wrong site for comment, but I hope the vacancy is filled by someone who understands the need to protect our very precious environment at this time as we are just beginning to understand it! LOVE LOVE LOVE

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