Change is Coming!

We all know change is inevitable, right? Well, after much thought and consideration, and nearly 30 years of improving resumes for people across the globe, Peterson’s has decided to wind down our interests in ResumeEdge. While the service will be temporarily unavailable to new users, there’s a new strategy in the works, and we hope to introduce a new version shortly – please check back soon for more information.

If you just signed up for ResumeEdge, don’t worry, we’ve got your back and will continue to provide you with our services through March 31st. We know that many of you have come to rely on ResumeEdge, and we want to thank you all for your trust in our product, and encourage you to come back for more information on how to access the new product.

Thank you again, and we’ll see you soon!

What You Don’t Know About Fed Resumes Could Hurt You

AUTHOR: Darlene Zambruski
POSTED: July 5, 2011 at 9:15 am

As we all know, the federal government is constantly tinkering with its rules and regulations, adding to the complexity of what one must do in order to succeed within its realm.

It’s no different for their resume process. For years, the government has required a separate document entitled KSAs – Knowledge, Skills, Abilities – to be attached with the applicant’s current resume (in proper Federal format).

The rules have now changed

I’d like to say it was straight across the board for every single agency of the government, but that’s not always the case. In some instances, a candidate will still be required to submit separate KSAs. In others – and these are the new rules for some – KSAs are incorporated into the actual resume.


Don’t feel bad. Lots of your peers are facing the same dilemma. Should I include my KSAs in my resume or should I answer the qualifying questions in a separate document?

It’s enough to drive one to distraction.

A Professional Resume Writing Service Knows and Understands the Changes

At, our editors are trained in the most current federal requirements and they keep abreast of all changes that relate to government positions.

It’s not an easy task, but our editors know that federal openings go only to the most qualified and to those that follow all the rules.

Whether these new regulations will last is anyone’s guess, but while they do it’s best that you follow instructions, and if you need help allow a professional resume writer to shepherd you through the government application process.