Writing a PPP Federal Resume for BRAC-Impacted Workers

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There is immediate help available for workers and military personnel affected by BRAC (Base Relocation and Closure). Kathryn Troutman, President of The Resume Place, is an expert in the Priority Placement Program (PPP), which was established to provide career transition assistance to workers whose military base has been closed. PPP is a proven success. It has placed more than 250,000 federal employees to date. However, if you want this program to work, you have to be ready with a proper BRAC Resume. Kathryn Troutman and The Resume Place are ready to help!

Ms. Troutman is the well-known author of the “Ten Steps to a Federal Job” book series. She has also designed her own five step guide to designing and writing a PPP Resume.

The resume is similar to the USAJOBS resume, but it has distinct differences. Probably the most notable is that it is written and formatted for a human being, not for the USAJOBS Resume Builder. There are other important differences as well, so if you’re using PPP, you need to make sure you know exactly what you are doing.

Ms. Troutman is the Federal Resume Writing Workshop Leader for the BRAC Center in Crystal City, VA. The BRAC Center provides assistance to BRAC-impacted workers in Arlington County, VA. The Resume Place, Inc., gives free estimates for Priority Placement Program Federal Resumes.

The Federal Resume Guidebook, 5th Edition includes a chapter on writing the PPP Federal Resume for your information.

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