Our Partners

Transition Assistance Online LogoTransition Assistance Online (TAOnline.com) is the largest source of transition assistance information, jobs, and tools for today’s separating military. On this career site for military veterans, service members can find the resources they need to transition from their much-appreciated military service to the perfect civilian career.

MilitaryConnection.com LogoMilitaryConnection.com features the most comprehensive directory in the country. We maintain and provide the most up-to-date directory for ex-military, veterans, military spouses and family, and on-duty to civilian transitions to use for job searches by posting their resume to our online fairs and employment listings. We are proud to help ex-military search for government jobs, apply for military school, find federal jobs, and receive vital information on loans and pay.

MilitaryHire.com LogoMilitaryHire.com is a military hiring network. This site has been developed and is maintained by a team of both military veterans and corporate hiring authorities. We have worked hard to create a network in which former military personnel can seek careers and utilize their professional skills.

FederalJobs.net LogoThis career center was created by Dennis Damp, author of The Book of U.S. Government Jobs and a retired federal employee and veteran, to help federal government job hunters find, apply for, and land government jobs. Their Jobs Blog offers articles on all facets of federal employment. FederalJobs.net provides comprehensive job listings by federal occupation and federal agency job listings.

FedManager LogoFEDmanager® is a news site and free weekly newsletter providing federal managers, executives, and HR representatives with the latest information to manage the nation’s largest and most important workforce. From top news stories affecting the federal workforce, to understandable reporting on new regulations, laws, and key court decisions, we deliver unfiltered, unbiased news in an easy-to-read, straightforward format, designed to keep our readers ahead of the rapidly changing federal workplace.