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U.S. Department of State Guide to the Foreign Service Officer Selection Process 2009-2010
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Privacy Act Statement Authority: Section 301 of the Foreign Service Act of 1980, as amended, 22 U.S.C. s3941. Purpose : Information is being collected on this form to determine your eligibility to take the Foreign Service Officer Test, to register you for the Foreign Service Officer Test, to assess your qualifications for selection as a Foreign Service Officer, and to ensure the integrity of the examination process. Routine Uses: The information on this form may be used to prepare statistical reports and analyses at the Department of State. Such reports and analyses are prepared in such a way that data is not identifiable with an individual, and may be shared outside the Department of State. This information may also be made available to other federal agencies for authorized law en- forcement or administrative purposes or in response to a request for information about hiring or retention of an employee, or to Members of Congress in response to an inquiry on behalf of the applicant. Your Social Security number is used as your applicant identification number. Executive Order 9397 authorizes solicitation of your Social Security number for use as an identifier in personnel records management, thus ensuring proper identification of candidates throughout the selection and employment process. Furnishing your Social Security number, as well as other information requested on the form, is voluntary, but failure to do so may prevent timely processing of your application or may prevent us from registering you for the Foreign Service Officer Test. Paperwork Reduction Act Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average two- and one- half hours per response, including time required for searching existing data sources, gathering the necessary documentation, providing the information and/or documents required, and re- viewing the final collection. You do not have to supply this information unless this collection displays a currently valid Office of Management and Budget (OMB) control number. If you have comments on the accuracy of this burden estimate and/or recommendations for reducing it, please send them to: U.S. Department of State, A/ISS/DIR, 1800 G St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20520. Disclaimer While attempts have been made to ensure the accuracy of this publication, should any discrep- ancies occur between the information here and the information on careers.state.gov, please as- sume that the website has the most accurate, most up-to-date information.
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Registering for the Test All registrations for the Foreign Service Officer Test must be completed online. The registration package consists of an application form that gathers factual information about your academic background, work history, and other relevant data. The link to online registration is available at careers.state.gov. The registration process begins the process for entry-level Foreign Service Officer positions in the U.S. Department of State.
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