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  • Civilian Development nomination window opens; expanded eligibility

    The Air Force’s Personnel Center is accepting nomination packages from Department of the Air Force (DAF) civilians for more than 35 Civilian Development opportunities starting Jan. 18.Civilian Airmen and Guardians can apply for up to four programs by submitting their application, resume, and

  • DAF seeks civilian input on developmental education

    Department of the Air Force civilians will get an opportunity to shape Civilian Developmental Education (CDE) by sharing their feedback in a new survey starting today.The Department will use the survey results to evaluate CDE application and selection processes and to improve marketing about future

  • Civilians can submit retirement forms electronically using myPers

    Submitting civilian retirement applications just became a little easier. Effective April 1, 2021, civilian Airmen and Guardians can now submit their electronically-signed retirement forms using myPers.The first and most important step in the retirement process remains employees notifying their

  • AFPC Field Support assists field with virtual ‘base visits’

    When COVID-19 made its global impact a year ago, Department of the Air Force operations were adjusting from common practices to a new normal. Among those adjustments were completing training requirements and support functions typically accomplished in person.The members of the Air Force’s Personnel

  • First DRIVE program candidate placed into civil service

    A former medically disqualified Airman with a unique set of skills will continue to serve as a civil servant thanks to a new talent acquisition and transition program.Elizabeth Ross, an Oklahoma State University graduate with a degree in Zoology and former Airman, was recently hired as an animal

  • Deaf intern expands growth, service to country in AFMC security spectrum

    Former Premier College intern Tina Banerjee continues to look beyond the challenges of being born deaf as she returns to Air Force Materiel Command as a Palace Acquire intern in the 88th Air Base Wing Information Protection organization.“For the longest time, I knew I wanted to serve my country

  • Autism at Work brings civilian opportunities to individuals on the spectrum

    The Autism at Work program, a collaboration between the Air Force Materiel Command and Wright State University, offers students and recent graduates with a diagnosis on the autism spectrum the opportunity to participate in paid, one-year internships as Air Force civilians. The program provides the

  • Civilian finds career, family at AFMC

    It is one thing to love a job and career, but when peace, comfort and a sense of home can be found in the workplace, heading to work even on the worst of days is much easier. For one Air Force Materiel Command civilian, the Air Force provided her not only with a career but the chance to grow and