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Whether you want to improve your skills, boost your resume or prepare for a new job opportunity, training and certification programs and resources can help you achieve your goals. With the right program and resource, you will be more productive and this will help you climb the career ladder.

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NewFed1  
#1 Posted : Saturday, January 15, 2022 9:46:38 PM(UTC)
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I am currently enrolled in a government-sponsored academic program full time. When I began this process I was told I’d likely have to sign a continuing service agreement (CSA). I am half way through the program and my home agency never issued me a standard CSA form with the stated terms, made me sign any documents such as a SF-182, or made any mention about a CSA beyond it being vaguely mentioned at the start of the program.

Per OPM, an employee must SIGN a CSA before a program can begin. Essentially, what I want to ask is am I free to do whatever following the program?
GSBS  
#2 Posted : Tuesday, March 22, 2022 10:10:04 AM(UTC)
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The Pros and Cons of Joining a CSA
Pro: You're supporting a specific local farm sans middleman.
Con: You're limited to that farm.
Pro: The food is fresh.
Con: You must be ready to use it.
Pro: It's inexpensive.
Con: You have to spend it all at once.
Pro: It's interactive.
Con: There are requirements.
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