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Position: Scheduling Support Executive Administrative Assistant 17305
Location: Nellis AFB, NV
Job Code: 17305

HII-Mission Driven Innovative Solutions Inc. (HII-MIS) is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.

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Because we do business with the government, we must reach out to, hire, and provide equal opportunity to qualified people with disabilities.i To help us measure how well we are doing, we are asking you to tell us if you have a disability or if you ever had a disability. Completing this form is voluntary, but we hope that you will choose to fill it out. If you are applying for a job, any answer you give will be kept private and will not be used against you in any way.

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EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION ADDENDUM (U.S. Government Work History)   Form C-550 

   

See CO No. H105, Employment of Current or Former U.S. Government Employees, for more information. 

SECTION 1

   

SECTION 1 – SECTION 847 OF THE NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 (To be completed by current and former Department of Defense [DoD] employees only)

Section 847 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2008 requires certain current or former DoD employees who leave DoD service on or after January 28, 2008 to obtain a written, tailored ethics opinion regarding the application of post-employment restrictions to the activities that the individual may undertake on behalf of a DoD contractor within two years after leaving DoD service.  The covered DoD employees are those who either: (1) serve or have served as a program manager (PM), deputy PM, procuring contracting officer, administrative contracting officer, source selection authority, member of a source selection evaluation board, or chief of a financial or technical evaluation team for any contract exceeding $10 million; or (2) serve or have served in certain senior-level positions and participated or have participated personally and substantially in a DoD acquisition exceeding $10 million.

A. Are you a current or former DoD employee or service member?  IF NO, PROCEED TO THE APPROVAL SECTION.

   

If you answered no to answer 1A, please skip the following sections and proceed to the approval/signature section at the bottom. 

B. Did you separate from DoD before January 28, 2008?  IF YES, PROCEED TO THE APPROVAL SECTION.

   

C. Have you participated in any way in an acquisition exceeding $10 million in value?  If you selected any of the positions, you are covered by this law.  Proceed to the Explanations section below. (Hold down the control button to make more than one selection)

   

D1. Do you serve, or have you served, in one of the following senior position(s) covered by this law?  If you selected any of the positions, proceed to Explanations.  If you selected none of the positions below, proceed to the approval section. (Hold down the control button to make more than one selection)

 

D2. Have you participated in any way in an acquisition exceeding $10 million in value?  If you answer “Yes,” you are covered by this law.  Proceed to the Explanations section below.

   

EXPLANATIONS

IF YOU ANSWERED THE QUESTIONS ABOVE IN SUCH A WAY AS TO INDICATE THAT YOU ARE COVERED BY THIS LAW, PLEASE PROVIDE A DETAILED STATEMENT DESCRIBING THOSE MATTERS THAT CAUSED YOU TO ANSWER SECTION 1, QUESTION C OR QUESTION D(b) IN THE AFFIRMATIVE, INCLUDING THE NATURE, EXTENT, AND DATES OF YOUR INVOLVEMENT.  YOU ARE REQUIRED UNDER THIS LAW TO REQUEST IN WRITING A COPY OF A TAILORED ETHICS OPINION FROM YOUR DOD ETHICS COUNSELOR SPECIFICALLY ADDRESSING THE APPLICABILITY OF POST-EMPLOYMENT RESTRICTIONS TO ACTIVITIES THAT YOU MAY UNDERTAKE ON BEHALF OF HUNTINGTON INGALLS INDUSTRIES DURING THE TWO-YEAR PERIOD AFTER LEAVING DOD SERVICE.  YOU MUST SUBMIT EVIDENCE THAT YOU HAVE MADE THIS REQUEST AND A COPY OF THAT OPINION TO HUNTINGTON INGALLS INDUSTRIES FOR IT TO BE ABLE TO OFFER YOU ANY POSITION.

   

SECTION 2

See CO No. H105, Employment of Current or Former U.S. Government Employees, for more information.

SECTION 2 - PERIOD(S) OF GOVERNMENT SERVICE (Including temporary, part-time, or intermittent service, whether or not compensated)

   



A. CIVILIAN DATES OF SERVICE

 
 

B. Are you or will you be on Terminal Leave/Vacation prior to separation? If so please list date Terminal leave begins.

 

C. CIVILIAN LAST JOB STATUS DURING PERIOD


D. MILITARY JOB STATUS

   
   
   

E. Are you or will you be on Terminal Leave/Vacation prior to separation? If so please list date terminal leave begins.

 

F. Does your annual salary/rate of basic pay exceed $161,755?

G. LIST ALL GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS, DEPARTMENTS, OR AGENCIES YOU WORKED FOR IN LAST 2 YEARS. LIST YOUR JOB TITLE AND DESCRIBE YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES FOR EACH POSITION YOU HELD DURING THIS PERIOD. 

 

 



SECTION 3

SECTION 3 – PROCUREMENT INTEGRITY LAW (41 U.S.C. § 2101-2107)

Before responding to the questions below, you should consult with your current or former Designated Agency Ethics Official (DAEO) if you have any questions about the applicability of the law to your situation.  In responding to questions in sections 3 and 4, you should interpret “Huntington Ingalls Industries” to include Huntington Ingalls Industries, all entities that include Huntington Ingalls Industries in their name, and all entities such as AMSEC and Continental Maritime, which are owned or controlled by Huntington Ingalls Industries or one of its subsidiaries.

A. As a government employee or representative, or as a contractor employee providing procurement support to the government, have you participated or are you now participating, either directly or by supervising others, in any ongoing procurement that has not yet been awarded?

3(a) Details - IF YES, IDENTIFY PROCUREMENT AND ANY KNOWN INVOLVEMENT BY HUNTINGTON INGALLS INDUSTRIES

B. Have you worked for, or on behalf of, the government within the last year? IF NO, SKIP QUESTIONS C AND D BELOW AND PROCEED TO SECTION 3

    



C. WITHIN THE LAST YEAR, DID YOU HAVE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING RESPONSIBILITIES IN CONNECTION WITH A CONTRACT VALUED AT OVER $10 MILLION IN WHICH HUNTINGTON INGALLS WAS INVOLVED? (Hold down the control button to select more than one selection)



D. WITHIN THE LAST YEAR, WERE YOU INVOLVED IN MAKING ONE OF THE FOLLOWING DECISIONS?

Awarding to Huntington Ingalls Industries a contract, subcontract, contract modification, subcontract modification, task order, or delivery order exceeding $10 million?

Establishing overhead or other rates applicable to one or more contracts with Huntington Ingalls Industries exceeding $10 million?

Approving issuance of payments exceeding $10 million to Huntington Ingalls Industries?

Paying or settling with Huntington Ingalls Industries a claim exceeding $10 million?

E. IF YOU ANSWERED "YES" TO EITHER QUESTION C OR D ABOVE, PLEASE IDENTIFY AND DESCRIBE IN DETAIL YOUR POSITION AND YOUR INVOLVEMENT IN THE DECISION (I.E. IDENTIFY THE CONTRACT VEHICLE OR PROGRAM INVOLVED, THE HUNTINGTON INGALLS INDUSTRIES ENTITY INVOLVED, THE PRODUCTS OR SERVICES PROVIDED BY HUNTINGTON INGALLS INDUSTRIES UNDER THE CONTRACT, AND THE DATE YOUR INVOLVEMENT ENDED). PLEASE ALSO PROVIDE A COPY OF AN APPLICABLE WRITTEN ETHICS OPINION FROM YOUR DAEO. 



SECTION 4

SECTION 4 – GENERAL CONFLICT OF INTEREST LAWS (18 U.S.C. § 207)

In responding to questions in this section, you should use the definition of “Huntington Ingalls Industries” provided in Section 3 and should interpret “particular matter” to include, without limitation, a contract, claim, controversy, request for a ruling or other determination, investigation, or judicial or other proceeding.  Before responding to the questions below, you should consult with your applicable DAEO if you have any questions about the applicability of the law to your situation or the meaning of certain terms (e.g., “official responsibility,” “senior employee”).



A. Lifetime Representation Ban (18 U.S.C. § 207(a)(1))  At any time during the course of your government service, did you participate personally and substantially in a particular matter that involved Huntington Ingalls Industries or any of its subsidiaries?



B. Two-Year Representation Ban (18 U.S.C. § 207(a)(2))  During the one-year period prior to the termination of your government service, was there pending under your official responsibility a particular matter that involved any government contractor, including Huntington Ingalls Industries?



C. One-Year Representation Ban (18 U.S.C. § 207(c))During the last 365 days, have you served in a position as a "senior employee," as defined in the statute?



D. LEGISLATIVE RESTRICTIONS (18 U.S.C. § 207(e)).  During the last year, have you served in Congress or as an employee of the U.S. Congress?

e. Two-Year Representation Ban (18 U.S.C. § 207(d))During the last two years, have you served in a position as a "very senior employee," as defined in the statute?



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Approval

Please read the following carefully and sign below.
Because of the critical nature of the work performed at Huntington Ingalls Industries and the company’s concern for the quality of our products, the health and safety of our employees, and the well being of those who will ultimately use our products, it is the policy of Huntington Ingalls Industries to not hire persons who use illegal drugs.  For this reason the company requires a background investigation and a post-offer medical examination (which includes a test for the presence of illegal substances), the successful completion of which is a condition of employment. 

I hereby certify that all information I provided in this employment application and the information contained in my resume, if given, is true and complete to the best of my knowledge.  As part of the application and employment process, I agree to submit to a background investigation and a post-offer medical examination. I understand that my employment will depend upon the results of this examination and investigation.  I also authorize my former employers to release to Huntington Ingalls Industries any information they may have regarding my employment history with them.  I agree that false information or significant omissions will disqualify me from further consideration for employment.  I also understand that if the company discovers such information or omissions after I am hired, I will be subject to immediate termination at any time during the term of my employment.  I understand and agree that if I am employed by Huntington Ingalls Industries my employment will be on an “at-will” basis.

ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE STATEMENT: I hereby certify that by entering my name, either hard copy signature or electronically typed, the foregoing information is true, accurate, and complete to the best of my knowledge and belief.  I hereby acknowledge that, I am certifying and that I agree with the terms of this application, and I also intend for this document, if utilized in electronic form, to have the same force and effect as if it was personally signed by me in writing.

CONSENT TO RECEIVE ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS:  I also agree that in submitting this application electronically, I consent to accept any further communications regarding my application for employment by electronic delivery.

 

 

 

Huntington Ingalls Industries is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, religion, gender, age, national origin, citizenship, disability, or veteran status.

 


 
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