Veterans’ Preference gives eligible veterans preference in appointment over many other applicants. Veterans’ preference applies to all new appointments in the competitive service and many in the excepted service. Veterans’ preference does not guarantee veterans a job and it does not apply to internal agency actions such as promotions, transfers, reassignments and reinstatements.
Understanding how veterans’ preference works can be a challenge. In accordance with title 5, United States Code, Section 2108 (5 USC 2108) veterans’ preference eligibility can be based on dates of active duty service, receipt of a campaign badge, receipt of a Purple Heart, or a service-connected disability. Please know that not all active duty service may qualify for veterans’ preference.
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