- A person’s basic eligibility for assignment (e.g., by transfer, promotion, reassignment, demotion, or reinstatement) to a position in the competitive service without having to compete with members of the general public in an open competitive examination. When a job opportunity announcement indicates status candidates are eligible to apply, career and career- conditional employees who have served at least 90 calendar days after competitive appointment may apply.
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