The Central Intelligence Agency made 11 tentative job
offers and found 80 candidates at an Office of Personnel
Management sponsored recruitment fair held recently in New
York City, OPM has announced.
The New York stop was the last in a series of fairs
intended to fill mission critical jobs and to allow
agencies to meet potential employees. The CIA conducted
interviews on the spot throughout the fair and made its
job offers on the condition that candidates could pass
its security and medical exams later on, said OPM.
“Our continuing review of the other resumes collected at
the fair has so far identified more than eighty additional
candidates we have an interest in and are now arranging
to interview,” said Bob Rebelo, CIA’s Chief Human Capital
The announcement follows OPM’s decision to grant on the
spot hiring authority to seven federal agencies intended
to bypass the arduous federal hiring process in efforts
to address critical staffing needs.
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