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#1 Posted : Sunday, August 13, 2017 4:54:59 PM(UTC)

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It may differ by agency, but the Navy requires a closeout appraisal when an employee leaves. And when checking references, I'd start with the most recent supervisor, so they'd find out anyway. If they do ask for the 2017 appraisal, I'd explain the situation and back it up with several years of favorable appraisals.
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