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USAJobs Website Drops Offline After Tech Difficulties

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USAJobs recently dropped offline due to what the site called “hardware difficulties.”

Federal Computer Weekly reported that the Office of Personnel Management tweeted about the problem, saying that some users experienced “intermittent access problems.”

In a following message, OPM said engineers were on-site working to addressing the problems. This is not the first time USAJobs has has technical issues as it experienced multiple problems earlier this month. Thousands of users have been affected by the issues.

“USAJOBS 3.0 is continuing to see success, and the most recent testing by OPM shows that the site remains stable and secure, and its capacity is at full strength,” OPM recently said in a statement.

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