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Candidates for police officer positions would be required to have been employed as a peace officer within the preceding year (having passed that employer's civil service exam) and complete an employment application.
But McCabe is a civil service employee who cannot be fired without clear evidence of wrongdoing.
This is the worst time for careerism in the civil service.
The book became a big deal in France again in 2009, when France’s then-president, Nicolas Sarkozy, mocked its inclusion on the civil service exam.
Burma’s government says 371 of the dead are Rohingya fighters, 15 are from the security forces and civil service, and 22 are civilians.
When the nation scraped up against the debt limit for three months in 2003, the government staved off default through the early redemption of bonds owned by a civil service retirement fund.
But the Justice Department is staffed with career attorneys committed to the rule of law—and in many cases protected by civil service regulations.
The civil service investigation is not related to Nanette Krentel's death.
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