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PERSEC  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, June 16, 2009 1:12:08 AM(UTC)
PERSEC

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Hello,

I'm having trouble finding the defination of a Schedule C appointment. I believe it refers to excepted service. All I can find is a reference to political appointees.

Can someone help?
winter59  
#2 Posted : Tuesday, June 16, 2009 1:22:16 AM(UTC)
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How about this for starters?

http://www.excellenceintransition.org/files/transition/roadmap/introduction.html



quote:
Originally posted by PERSEC:
Hello,

I'm having trouble finding the defination of a Schedule C appointment. I believe it refers to excepted service. All I can find is a reference to political appointees.

Can someone help?
PERSEC  
#3 Posted : Tuesday, June 16, 2009 1:25:32 AM(UTC)
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You know I just found a link that basically said "Schedule C appointments are for positions that are subject to change when the presidential administration changes"

This, i think, is what I was looking for. I'm applying for a few incentives that "excepted service schedule C positions" are inelligible for. I'm excepted service, but hoping I'm not schedule C.

Looks like I'm not.
sweetpoo522  
#4 Posted : Tuesday, June 16, 2009 1:30:45 AM(UTC)
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Schedule C and excepted are different. Schedule C is political appointees. Excepted positions are in constrast to competitive positions.
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