I had dinner tonight with a couple of buddies, and one of them had a SF-86 question that I told him I would post herefor suggestions/input. I've only filled out one SF-86, so I don't exactly view myself as an expert in navigating the process.
Here's his scenario:
He worked for 4 months as a W-2 employee for a technical staffing agency several years ago, and his duty station was at a client's location for the entire duration of the consulting engagement. The client initialed his time card which he then submitted to his manager at the agency for processing. No employment issues of any kind, and he gave 2-week notice when he found a permanent job elsewhere, but he was dismissed upon submitting his formal resignation.
Here are his questions:
1. Should he list his manager at the staffing agency as his supervisor, or should he list the client at his duty station as his supervisor?
Was he fired?
[I say "no" since he provided adequate notice and was only told to not report back to work because he had given notice. Fairly typical situation.]
Should he list his duty station at the client at all, or should he just the staffing agency location?
[I told him to list the separate duty station address - the fact that it's the client address and not the staffing agency's address is a moot point.]
He's not even sure if anyone from either the agency or the client still work for either company, but the agency's HR department still exists. Would this be sufficient for listing as a supervisor?
[I say "no" because the HR dept is not a supervisor, but that it would be okay to include the HR contact in the comments section.]
What does everyone think?