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TJStoney

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Unread post14 Jul 2007, 03:38

CSC is going to have another job fair on July 17, 1PM to 5PM at the Comfort Inn & Suites 4375 E. Craig Road Las Vegas. Here's the web site to send your resume to if you can't make the job fair. http://cft.csc.com

They are taking resumes in case they win the nellis contract. Nellis has not said who has won the contract yet.
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Unread post23 Jul 2007, 23:33

Hey TJ, thanks for the web address I submitted my resume cause I wasn't able to go to the job fair. Also, do you know who the other companies are that are bidding Id like to submit my resume to them also. Thanks.

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Unread post23 Jul 2007, 23:42

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Unread post24 Jul 2007, 18:29

How many sites are under contract now?
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Unread post28 Jul 2007, 18:22

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Unread post29 Jul 2007, 10:33

gonna be gettin to nellis next month sometime. anyone know the chances of being able to get out early and pick up one of those civilian age spots?
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Unread post29 Jul 2007, 12:36

When you getting out elroyo? If you getting out around oct-nov time frame. There is going to be a age job opening at Creech AFB around that time frame.
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Unread post29 Jul 2007, 23:05

wont be able to get out until aug 09 but would be willing to get out for a civilian spot witht he same or better pay which shouldnt be a problem since i have previous experience.
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Unread post31 Jul 2007, 13:41

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Do you know if the AF will contract the services you listed to other locations?
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Unread post14 Feb 2008, 20:47

Texas firm wins Nellis backshop maintenance contract

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2/13/2008 - NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. -- The 57th Maintenance Group Commander, Col Joseph Swillum, has announced a performance decision of backshop aircraft maintenance services.

Competition between agency tender and contract performance determined contract performance to be the most efficient and cost effective method of operation. This competition affects a total of 876 Department of Defense personnel: 11 officers, 793 enlisted and 72 civilians.

Computer Sciences Corporation Applied Technologies, LLC, of Fort Worth, Texas, will perform backshop aircraft maintenance services in support of the 57th Wing.

This standard competition was conducted in compliance with the Air Force policies in Air Force Instruction 38-203, Commercial Activities Program, that implements the Office of Management and Budget Circular A-76, Performance of Commercial Activities. This circular reaffirms the Government's policy to rely on the private sector for commercial products and services. When in-house performance of commercial activities is not required for national defense reasons and contracting is more cost effective, conversion to contract performance is in the best interest of the American taxpayer.

When a competition between an agency and contract performance determines contracting is more cost effective, OMBC A-76 and Federal Acquisition Regulations require the contractor to offer adversely affected civilian employees the right of first refusal for employment openings to positions (under the contract) for which they are qualified.

Since DoD is sensitive to the personal impact this action may have on civilian employees, the DoD Program for Stability of Civilian Employment ensures every effort is made to help adversely affected civilian employees who desire placement assistance. These employees may register in the Defense-wide computerized Priority Placement Program. Registrants under this program receive placement rights to vacancies within DoD. Other Federal agencies are also solicited. When adversely affected civilian employees must relocate to continue Federal employment, transportation and moving expenses are paid by the government.

source: http://www.nellis.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123086292
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