In addition, veterans with honorable discharges who served three or more years of active duty are eligible to apply for positions otherwise open only to current federal employees.
What does CFE stand for?
CFE stands for Current Federal Employee
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 166 other meanings of CFE in our Acronym Attic
- Conseil Français de l'Energie (French: French Council of Energy)
- Continuing Forestry Education
- Contract Field Engineer
- Contractor-Furnished Equipment
- Conventional Forces in Europe (treaty)
- Cotisation Foncière des Entreprises (French tax)
- Countryside Foundation for Education (UK)
- Crown Firecoach Enthusiasts (La Verne, CA)
- Cultural Foundations of Education (academic program)
- Cumulative Forecast Error
- Curriculum for Excellence (Scotland)
- Customer-Furnished Equipment (contracting)
- Cyclically Flexible Enterprise
- Federal Commission for Electricity (Mexico)
- Centre de Formation d'Électricité et de l'Automatisme (French: Electricity and Automation Training Center; Algeria)
- Centre for the Easily Amused
- Classical Five Element Acupuncture (healthcare)
- Collective Front End Analysis
- College Fraternity Editors Association
- Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting
Samples in periodicals archive:
Documentation should be filed in the prospective employee's personnel record to include identity of immediate family members who are current federal employees.
The spouse must be a current federal employee without time limitation in the competitive service with career or career-conditional status or be in the excepted service (with or without personal competitive status).
By the end of 2006, two out of every live current federal employees will be eligible to retire.
Eligible purchasers of the new product will be: * current federal employees and retirees, and their spouses; * members and retirees of the uniformed armed services, and their spouses; * adult children of these groups; and * parents, stepparents, mothers-in-law and fathers-in-law of currently active federal employees and military personnel.
In the next decade, roughly half of current federal employees will be eligible for retirement.
This new legislation, modeled on the current Federal Employee Health Benefits Program covering 8.
By the end of 2005, one out of every three current federal employees will be eligible for optional retirement.