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Name Description Data Format Data Length Valid Values
SICK LEAVE HOURS EARNED Number of sick leave hours earned during the pay period. Decimal 9,2 N/A
SICK LEAVE ABEYANCE BALANCE Amount of sick leave maintained in abeyance while the employee is in a specific appointment or status. Decimal 9,2 N/A
SICK LEAVE BALANCE HOURS The employee's current sick leave balance in hours at the end of the pay period. Decimal 9,2 N/A
SHORE LEAVE HOURS USED YTD Amount of shore leave used in the current leave year. Decimal 9,2 N/A
SHORE LEAVE YTD CURRENT BALANCE HOURS Total number of shore leave hours accrued year to date (YTD) in the current leave year. Decimal 9,2 N/A
SHORE LEAVE HOURS EARNED Number of shore leave hours earned during the pay period. Decimal 9,2 N/A
SHORE LEAVE HOURS USED Number of shore leave hours used during the pay period. Decimal 9,2 N/A
RETENTION INCENTIVE AMOUNT (LIKELY TO LEAVE FEDERAL SERVICE) - TITLE 5 USC 5754 Dollar amount of a retention incentive under 5 U.S.C. 5754 that is paid to an employee during a pay period when the employee is likely to leave the Federal Government. (The retention incentive was authorized under legal authority codes VPN, VPR, or VPS). This does not include retention incentives authorized under authorities other than 5 U.S.C. 5754. Decimal 9,2 N/A
SEVERANCE PAY WEEKS Number of weeks of severance payments received as a result of involuntary separation. Number_V 4 N/A
RESTORED ANNUAL LEAVE HOURS USED YTD - YEAR 3 Amount of restored annual leave used in the current leave year for hours expiring in Year 3. Decimal 9,2 N/A
RETENTION INCENTIVE AMOUNT - NON-TITLE 5 USC 5754 Dollar amount of a retention incentive under an authority other than 5 U.S.C. 5754 that is paid to an employee during a pay period. Decimal 9,2 N/A
BORDER PATROL OVERTIME SUPPLEMENT Amount of Border Patrol Overtime Supplement paid for a pay period, as authorized under 5 U.S.C. 5550. (Restricted to GS-1896 Border Patrol agents in the Customs and Border Protection of the Department of Homeland Security.) Decimal 9,2 N/A
FROZEN SERVICE The total years and months of civilian and military service that is creditable in a Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS) component of a FERS employee (RETIREMENT PLAN codes K, L, M, and N), or, in the case of a CSRS Offset employee (RETIREMENT PLAN codes C and E), the service that would be included in a CSRS component if the employee ever becomes covered by FERS. Number_F 4 N/A
DISABLED VETERAN LEAVE – BALANCE OF HOURS Balance of disabled veteran leave hours not used or forfeited, as of the end of the pay period. Eligible employees are credited with an initial balance of hours at the beginning of a 12-month eligibility period based on their work schedule (e.g., 104 hours for a regular (nonseasonal) full-time employee), after applying any required offsets. The balance may be adjusted based on changes in an employee’s work schedule. Disabled veteran leave must be used within the 12-month eligibility period or it is forfeited at the end of that period. (See 5 U.S.C. 6329 and 5 CFR part 630, subpart M.) Decimal 9,2 N/A
LEGAL AUTHORITY (2) The law, executive order, rule, regulation, or other basis that, in addition to LEGAL AUTHORITY (1), authorizes the appointing officer to effect a personnel action on an employee. Text_F 3 N/A
DISABLED VETERAN LEAVE – START DATE OF USAGE PERIOD Start (beginning) date of 12-month eligibility period during which disabled veteran leave under 5 U.S.C. 6329 and 5 CFR part 630, subpart M, may be used. The start date is the “first day of employment” as defined in 5 CFR 630.1303. The entry of a start date in this field represents agency certification that the employee in question is entitled under law and regulation to use disabled veteran leave during the 12-month period beginning on that date. Date N/A
DISABLED VETERAN LEAVE – HOURS USED YTD Total number of disabled veteran leave hours used year-to-date in the leave year. Includes leave used retroactively in past pay periods. Leave must be used for medical treatment of a qualifying service-connected disability. (See 5 U.S.C. 6329 and 5 CFR part 630, subpart M.) Decimal 9,2 N/A
PAID HOLIDAY TIME OFF Number of paid nonovertime hours an employee has off because of Federal holidays during the pay period. INCLUDE: • Official Federal holidays (5 U.S.C. 6103(a)) or In-lieu-of holidays, as applicable • Presidential Inauguration Day where applicable (specified DC area) • Federal holidays declared by Executive order, which are treated as holidays for pay and leave purposes (such as the day before or after December 25 or a day commemorating a recently deceased President). Decimal 9,2 N/A
DISABLED VETERAN LEAVE - END DATE OF USAGE PERIOD End date of 12-month eligibility period during which disabled veteran leave under 5 U.S.C. 6329 and 5 CFR part 630, subpart M, may be used (assuming the employee remains eligible). The end date is one day before the anniversary date of the beginning of the 12-month period. For example, if the start date is April 7 in one year, the end date is April 6 of the next year. However, if an employee’s eligibility for disabled veteran leave is lost during the 12-month eligibility period, as described in 5 CFR 630.1304(d), the effective date of the loss of eligibility (i.e., the last day the qualifying rating is in effect) must be recorded as the end date in place of the originally scheduled end date. Date N/A
DISABLED VETERAN LEAVE – HOURS USED IN PAY PERIOD Number of disabled veteran leave hours used in the pay period. Leave must be used for medical treatment of a qualifying service-connected disability. (See 5 U.S.C. 6329 and 5 CFR part 630, subpart M.) Decimal 9,2 N/A
HYPOTHETICAL FULL-TIME REGULAR TOUR OF DUTY FOR PART-TIME EMPLOYEES This is used to compute retirement benefit for part-time employees. This represents the number of hours generally considered to comprise a full-time schedule for the employee¿s particular employment group or class. This will usually be 80 hours for a bi-weekly pay period. There are, however, a few exceptions where the number of hours that comprise a full-time schedule may be higher or lower than 80 hours. See CSRS and FERS Handbook, section 81A2.2-1-C.1. Decimal 9,2 N/A
FEDERAL EMPLOYEES' GROUP LIFE INSURANCE FEGLI LIFE EVENT DATE Date on which the employee had a life event that allows the employee/assignee to change Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance (FEGLI) coverage. Date N/A
WEATHER AND SAFETY LEAVE HOURS USED Number of hours used during the pay period in which an employee is placed on weather and safety leave. This leave may be used only if the employing agency determines that the employee or group of employees is/are prevented from safely traveling to, or safely performing work at, an approved location. There is no restriction on the number of hours an employee may be placed on weather and safety leave. Decimal 9,2 N/A
FEDERAL EMPLOYEES' GROUP LIFE INSURANCE FEGLI ELECTION EFFECTIVE DATE Date on which the Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance (FEGLI) coverage is effective. Date N/A
EMPLOYEE WORK EMAIL Employee's work email address assigned by the employee's agency. Text_V 60 N/A
FEGLI POST-ELECTION BASIC INSURANCE AMOUNT

5 CFR 870.203: The post-election basic insurance amount of an individual who elects a Living Benefit is the amount of insurance left after the full or partial election. This amount is the individual's post-election BIA. This is NOT the amount of the living benefit (See below). The post-election BIA cannot change after the effective date of a Living Benefit election.

Living Benefit 5 CFR 870.1102: An employee may elect to receive either: (i) A full Living Benefit, which is all of his/her Basic insurance, or (ii) A partial Living Benefit, which is a portion of his/her Basic insurance, in a multiple of $1,000. (2) An annuitant or compensationer may only elect to receive a full Living Benefit.

Decimal 9,2 N/A
FEGLI ASSIGNMENT INDICATOR 5 CFR 870.101: Assign and assignment refer to an individual's irrevocable transfer to another individual, corporation, or trustee all ownership of FEGLI coverage (except Option C). Option C may not be assigned. Text_F 1 N/A
FEDERAL EMPLOYEES HEALTH BENEFITS FEHB ELECTION EFFECTIVE DATE Date on which the employee's current Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) coverage is effective. Date N/A
FEDERAL EMPLOYEES HEALTH BENEFITS (FEHB) EVENT CODE Code for the event permitting the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) change for the employee. Text_V 4 N/A
ORGANIZATIONAL TITLE The name of the lowest administrative subdivision of an agency to which an employee is assigned. Text_V 179 N/A
OTHER PAY The difference between TOTAL SALARY and ADJUSTED BASIC PAY. This is the amount of any administratively uncontrollable overtime (AUO) pay, availability pay, RETENTION ALLOWANCE, or SUPERVISORY DIFFERENTIAL that may be paid after applying all appropriate pay caps. (Note that, in the Central Personnel Data File (CPDF) system, Total Salary is a system generated data element that does not include administratively uncontrollable overtime (AUO) pay or availability pay.) Number_F 6 N/A
PART-TIME HOURS PER BIWEEKLY PAY PERIOD The number of hours a part-time employee is scheduled to work during a biweekly pay period. This is used to compare the actual hours that the employee actually worked in the period. Number_F 2 N/A
NATURE OF ACTION BEING CORRECTED The NATURE OF ACTION, previously submitted to the Enterprise Human Resources Integration, that is being corrected. Number_F 3 N/A
ORGANIZATIONAL COMPONENT The lowest administrative subdivision of an agency to which an employee is assigned. Text_F 18 N/A
LOCALITY ADJUSTMENT ADJUSTED BASIC PAY minus BASIC PAY. Number_F 5 N/A
NAME SUFFIX Suffix to a full name on all official transactions. Text_V 4 N/A
NAME MIDDLE Middle name, or initial, by which a person is known or designated on all official transactions. Text_V 35 N/A
NATURE OF ACTION (2) The specific personnel action used to create or change a civilian personnel record. Number_F 3 N/A
NAME GIVEN Given/chosen/often first name by which a person is known or designated on all official transactions. Text_V 35 N/A
NAME FAMILY Non-chosen/inherited/married name by which a person is known or designated on all official transactions. Text_V 35 N/A
APPOINTMENT NOT TO EXCEED NTE DATE End date of the employee's temporary not-to-exceed appointment. Date N/A
APPROPRIATION_CD Appropriation code associated with a position. Text_V 35 N/A
AWARD DOLLARS The gross dollar amount of an award. Decimal 9,2 N/A
AWARD HOURS The number of hours given as a time-off award. Only include if the personnel action is an award action for time off. Decimal 9,2 N/A
AWARD AMOUNT Gross dollar amount of an award or bonus given as cash. Decimal 9,2 N/A
BASIC PAY The employee's rate of basic pay. Exclude supplements, adjustments, allowances, differentials, incentives, or other similar additional payments. Number_F 6 N/A
BENEFITS CONTINUATION EMPLOYEES GROUP LIFE INSURANCE FEGLI ELECTION DATE Date on which the employee elected or declined continuing benefits during non-Federal service. Date N/A
AWARD PERCENT Percent of salary received as an award. Only include if the personnel action is an award action based on a percentage of the employee's salary. Decimal 6,2 N/A
BARGAINING UNIT An employee's bargaining unit status. Text_F 4 N/A
ADJUSTED BASIC PAY The sum of an employee's rate of basic pay and any basic pay supplement (standard OR special), after applying any applicable pay cap. A basic pay supplement is defined as a regular, fixed supplemental payment (paid in conjunction with base pay) for nonovertime hours of work that is creditable as basic pay for retirement purposes, excluding any type of premium payment or differential that is triggered for working certain hours of the day or week or for being subjected to certain working conditions. Decimal 9,2 N/A
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