Q:

What are some government forms available from the United States Office of Personnel Management?

A:

Quick Answer

The U.S. Office of Personnel Management offers a number of forms, including Application for Veteran's Preference, the Questionnaire for Public Trust Positions, Application for Federal Employee Commercial Garnishment, Declaration for Federal Employment and Request for Payroll Deductions for Labor Organization Dues. These forms are used as a standard system for all federal government organizations. A full list of forms is available from OPM.gov, each of which contain instructions for completion.

Continue Reading

Full Answer

The forms available on OPM.gov are divided by category. Standard Forms are used for various employment and benefits programs, such as veteran's preference. Retirement and Insurance forms are used to process the self-named benefits for government employees and military personnel. Federal Investigation forms are used for information and investigative purposes, specifically in regards to sensitive positions and background checks. Optional forms are for purposes not covered under other categories.

Many forms on the OPM website are not in sync with the Supreme Courts ruling against the Defense of Marriage Act allowing same-sex partners to share benefits as of 2015. The OPM is updating the forms for better use for individuals with same-sex spouses.

The OPM also manages federal job postings at USAJOBS.gov, sets policy on governmental regulation, conducts background investigations and audits the federal civil service.

Learn more about US Government
Sources:

Related Questions

Explore