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  • Bureau of Indian Affairs - 1811 - Washington, DC

    Searched the threads and probably missed it. Curious if anyone knew BIA's timeline once an vacancy closes. I applied, have been found eligible and referred, but crickets since then. Thanks

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    Any new news for anybody? I just received an email as well, stating I was among the best qualified and was referred to the hiring officials.

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      When I got hired by the BIA it took close to two months to get a phone call.

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        If you're non-Indian, be happy you even get called/notified. No matter how well-qualified or experienced you are, they have preference.
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