NEOGOV does not provide a separate system for internal postings. Agencies that have their own intranet for internal postings can use that process.
Agencies can use an internal application system for current employees to apply internally for a position. However, the agency will need to merge that information with NEOGOV information to have a complete EEO report.
For assistance with the EEO reporting process please refer to the NEOGOV EEO Reporting Guidelines.
If a HR user mislabels an applicant’s disposition as “passing” or “failing” in a step in an exam plan, they can change that candidate’s disposition to the appropriate status by clicking on “change disposition” under the “Select Action” drop-down box below the step.
If an HR user moves an applicant through a step in error, the applicant can be reverted to the previous step by selecting the “Revert to Previous Step” from the “Select Action” drop-down box. If an applicant stays in the Minimum Qualification or Supplemental Questionnaire step that is being used to capture the number of qualified applicants for EEO reporting purposes, the applicant will be counted as a qualified candidate if they have a passing disposition.
If an agency is using the eligible list to capture the number of qualified applicants for EEO reporting purposes, and an applicant has been placed on an eligible list in error, the agency should remove the applicant from the Eligible List by clicking on the “Remove from List” option under the ‘Select Action’ dropdown box. If the eligible list has already been referred to the hiring manager, the applicant must first be removed from the referred list. To remove an applicant from a referral list, click on “List — Referred” from Insight HR. After finding the referral list with the applicant that needs to be removed, click on the “Remove from List” option under the “Select Action” drop-down box and click go. After the applicant has been removed from the eligible and or referral list, the applicant will be moved back to the last evaluation step in the existing exam plan and will not be counted as a qualified applicant for EEO reporting purposes when using the eligible list option.