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Governor Chris Christie • Lt.Governor Kim Guadagno
 
 
  1. Where do I find Information about the Intergovernmental Transfer Program?
  2. I am a permanent Civil Service employee in a small local jurisdiction. I would like to continue my Civil Service career, but there is no room for advancement here without changing my specialty. What can I do?
  3. What forms are required to post an Intergovernmental Transfer Program Job Vacancy to the Civil Service Commission?
  4. What forms do I need for an Intergovernmental Transfer?
  5. Where do I find information in Title 4A about the Intergovernmental Transfer Program?
  6. I would like to fill a position, but I would like to hire someone who already has permanent Civil Service status. How can I do that?
  7. I have worked very hard to become a Police Officer, but now it appears that I'm going to be laid off. What can I do to continue my career in law enforcement?
  8. I'm a Police Sergeant. I'd like to transfer to another jurisdiction to improve my chances for promotion. Can I do that?

  1. Where do I find Information about the Intergovernmental Transfer Program?
    There is a complete section on the website about
    Intergovernmental Services.

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  2. I am a permanent Civil Service employee in a small local jurisdiction. I would like to continue my Civil Service career, but there is no room for advancement here without changing my specialty. What can I do?
    Consider CSC's Intergovernmental Transfer Program. You may be able to find a vacancy in either a larger local government jurisdiction or a State Government agency that you can move to without losing your Civil Service status. You will need your current employer's permission to complete the transfer.

    For more information, contact the Intergovernmental Transfer Program at
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  3. What forms are required to post an Intergovernmental Transfer Program Job Vacancy to the Civil Service Commission?
    To post a job vacancy to the Intergovernmental Transfer Program you will need to submit a
    DPF-722 Appointing Authority Position Vacancy Request [pdf].

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  4. What forms do I need for an Intergovernmental Transfer?
    DPF-721 [pdf] Intergovernmental Transfer Agreement
    DPF-722 [pdf] Appointing Authority Position Vacancy Request
    DPF-742 [pdf] Leaves, Separations and Transfer Form
    DPF-743 [pdf] New Hire and Intergovernmental Transfer Form

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  5. Where do I find information in Title 4A about the Intergovernmental Transfer Program?

    Information about the Transfer Program is located in: Title 4A:4-7, Chapter 4 (Selection and Appointment), Subchapter 7 (Other Appointments or Employee Movements) Title 4A.

     

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  6. I would like to fill a position, but I would like to hire someone who already has permanent Civil Service status. How can I do that?
    One way is to hire someone in your jurisdiction who already has permanent civil service status. Another way is to find someone who has civil service status working in another jurisdiction through CSC's Intergovernmental Transfer Program.

    For additional information, contact the Intergovernmental Transfer Program at igs.support@csc.state.nj.ustop of page


  7. I have worked very hard to become a Police Officer, but now it appears that I'm going to be laid off. What can I do to continue my career in law enforcement?
    Through the Intergovernmental Transfer Program, you can begin work with another Civil Service jurisdiction without losing your permanent civil service status. You can do this up to one (1) year after the effective date of the layoff.

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  8. I'm a Police Sergeant. I'd like to transfer to another jurisdiction to improve my chances for promotion. Can I do that?
    No. In the public safety field, the Intergovernmental Transfer Program is limited to entry-level Police Officers and Fire Fighters.

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