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Can you have past felonies and work for the USDA?

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No you cannot

Answered - Forest Service Wildland Firefighter (Former Employee) - Ogden, UT

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I am not sure. I do know that a federal background check and fingerprinting is necessary.

Answered - Archaeology Technician (Former Employee) - Carson, WA

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I don't believe so.

Answered - Ennumerator (Former Employee) - Des Moines, IA

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Yes you can have minor felonies. example a hard felony is murder

Answered - supevisor (Former Employee) - Santa Anita, CA

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I do not believe so.

Answered - Information Receptionist (Current Employee) - Hood River, OR

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Not at all

Answered - Agriculture Development officer (Former Employee) - Matara Sri Lanka

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No its the federal government. Traffic tickets, something minor maybe but definitely nothing serious.

Answered - Archaeological Field Technician (Former Employee) - Hines, OR

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Unsure depending on the position. But not sure since it is a Federal Gov't position.

Answered - Housing Loan Technician/Systems Administrator (Former Employee) - Kearney, NE

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Yes you can it depends on what felonies you have and how long ago was it.

Answered - Government Contractor (Current Employee) - Washington, DC

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