Who needs a 306 2011 form?
Everyone involved in the recruitment process for federal office may be asked by the Office of Personnel Management to complete the 306 2011 form during the hiring process.
What is 306 2011 form?
The 306 2011 form helps to establish the suitability of a person for Federal contract employment and official status in the Government’s Life Insurance program.
All answers on the form should be very honest and complete. If the information is incorrect, the bearer of this questionnaire can be fired from his job and prosecuted in accordance with U.S. Code, title 18, section 1001.
Is 306 2011 form accompanied by other forms?
306 2011 form is not accompanied by other forms, but filling it assumes that you have already provided the prospective employer with additional documentation to verify your qualifications such as transcripts, SF-50 Notification of Personnel Action, and/or Veterans' Form DD-214.
When is 306 2011 form due?
306 2011 form is supplied on request at the time of recruitment and has no specific expiration date.
How do I fill out 306 2011 form?
First, provide all personal information, including name, SSN, date and place of birth. Then clarify details relating to military service, violations of the law, dismissals from work, current debt, etc. At the end you must provide information about relatives who are in the government service, if any. The last step is to take responsibility for the veracity of this information and indicate if you have ever worked in government service.
Where do I send 306 2011 form?
You can send the completed 306 2011 form to the address of the federal authorities from whom you are seeking employment.