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PJP  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, March 17, 2020 9:06:18 AM(UTC)
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Has anyone had experience landing a contract specialist position with a federal agency after working for a state agency as a contract/procurement specialist? How competitive was your state experience? How did you overcome your lack of FAR experience with your experience in your state's procurement regulations?
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The question really is does your work experience match up with the requirements on the federal job announcement. If you have a degree that's a plus and you can qualify for jobs on that alone at probably a GS-7 or 9 level. Depending on what salary you are looking at consider DCMA's keystone program where you come on at a GS-7 and move to a GS-11 in 3 years. They are located nationwide also. Other agencies have similar programs I'm sure. Good luck.
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