For the Declaration for Federal Employment sheet, it asks you to explain if you've been terminated from any job in the past five years. I was actually terminated last year from a small convenience store (before I got a REAL job) because of a conflict with the assistant manager. For whatever reason, she was especially rude to me since the first day she arrived, and to make a long story short, she treated me like I was some sort of hoodlum and offended me greatly while on shift one night (in addition to offending me verbally, she threw a donut at me and hit me while I was walking away) and I became very upset, grabbed a pack of a personal hygiene product I had put behind the counter with me, and left about 20 minutes early before we had a serious issue. I hadn't paid for the product before I left, so I returned about an hour later when I knew she would be off, and got in line and paid for them (the manager saw the video proving this was so). Anyway, her and the manager were always cool I suppose, and even though she threw something at me and I clearly paid for the merchandise, I got let go. Now I KNOW I'm not a thief, but I'm a bit hesitant to put all this on my form because when they contact the manager, there's no telling what she's going to say. I don't want a couple of ignorant old ladies at a gas station ruining my opportunity for a great career. Also, is it necessary to even fill out this form if you're currently working for the federal government and filled it out about a year ago?