To maintain, train and equip combat-ready naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression and maintaining freedom of the seas.
The Department of the Navy ranked 10th out of 30 agencies in the 2010 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government rankings with an index score of 65.7.
To offset the potential brain drain due to impending retirements, DOD has adopted a number of programs designed to identify and prepare top quality candidates for the challenging work of the Department. Along with a very active student employment program, DOD has adopted a number of specialized programs.
As the largest federal employer, the Department of Defense hires for both white- and blue-collar positions. DOD prioritizes its hiring to fill critical and changing needs, including medical professionals, acquisition and contract specialists, language specialists, engineering disciplines, information technology, protective services, and various business and finance specialties. In addition to hiring in these priority areas, DOD will be actively recruiting for many other occupational fields.
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Intelligence Analysis is classified under the Social Science family of occupations by the Office of Personnel Management's (OPM) Classification Guide, but it is listed under Security and Protection as that is more descriptive of the duties.
Demographics source: FedScope, OPM
Source: Fedscope 09/08
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