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Handbook of Methods Occupational Requirements Survey More information

Occupational Requirements Survey: More information

The Occupational Requirements Survey (ORS) website contains information for survey participants, which provides general information about the purpose of the ORS, survey respondent resources, visual aids for environmental conditions and physical requirements, collection manuals, and Office of Management and Budget approved collection forms.

ORS estimates and publications are available through the following links:

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Last Modified Date: January 29, 2024