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A01 Appointment is on a seasonal basis; the employee is subject to release to nonpay status and recall to duty to meet workload requirements as a condition of employment in accordance with the attached agreement. 05/01/1982 Present
A03 This appointment is intended to continue for 2 years. Upon satisfactory completion of 2-year trial period, you will be noncompetitively converted to career-conditional appointment. If performance is not satisfactory, or you fail to satisfactorily complete program, employment will be terminated. 02/01/1992 Present
A07 Employment under this appointment must not exceed (number) hours a year. 03/01/2003 Present
A08 Employment under this and previous appointment must not exceed (number) hours a year. 03/01/2003 Present
A11 Employment under this appointment must not exceed (number) working days a year. 01/01/1982 Present
A12 Employment under this and previous appointment must not exceed (number) working days a year. 01/01/1982 Present
A17 As a reemployed annuitant, you serve at the will of the appointing officer. 10/01/1989 Present
A21 Temporary employees serve under appointments limited to 1-year or less and are subject to termination at any time without use of adverse action or reduction-in-force procedures. A temporary appointment does not confer eligibility to be promoted or reassigned to other positions, or the ability to be noncompetitively converted to career-conditional appointment. 10/01/1989 Present
A22 This appointment cannot be renewed. Upon admission to the Bar, you will be eligible for appointment as attorney in accordance with (agency) appointment procedures. 01/01/1982 Present
A25 This action provides relief required by Public Law 101-12, pending final decision of the MSPB. 01/01/1992 Present
A31 This appointment is intended to continue through completion of education and study-related work requirements. An agency may noncompetitively appoint you to a career or career-conditional appointment within 120 days after satisfactory completion of your educational program and satisfactory completion of at least 640 hours of career-related work experience. The work experience must have been completed prior to or concurrently with the completion of the requirements of your educational program. 12/01/1994 Present
A32 This appointment does not confer eligibility to be noncompetitively converted to a term, career or career-conditional appointment in the competitive service. 07/10/2012 Present
A35 This appointment may confer eligibility to be noncompetitively converted to a term, career or career-conditional appointment in the competitive service. 07/10/2012 Present
A36 The duration of a pathways appointment under SCH D is a trial period. 07/01/2012 Present
A37 Appointment cannot exceed 2 years plus any agency approved extension of no more than 120 days. Upon satisfactory completion of the program you may be non-competitively converted to a permanent appointment. If your performance is not satisfactory or if you fail to satisfactorily complete this program employment will be terminated. 07/01/2012 Present
A38 Employee informed in advance of the conditions of appointment under the Pathways Programs. 07/01/2012 Present
A39 This appointment is intended to continue through completion of education and work requirements. An agency may noncompetitively appoint you to a term, career or career-conditional appointment in the competitive service within 120 days after satisfactory completion of your educational program and satisfactory completion of at least 640 hours of career-related work experience. The work experience must have been completed prior to or concurrently with the completion of the requirements of your educational program. 07/01/2012 Present
B01 Cancelled health benefits. 01/01/1982 Present
B02 Elected not to enroll for health benefits. 01/01/1982 Present
B03 Ineligible for health benefits. 01/01/1982 Present
B04 Ineligible for leave. 01/01/1982 Present
B07 Ineligible for health benefits if you are a temporary, seasonal, or intermittent employee who is expected to work a schedule of less than 130 hours in a calendar month or you are expected to work at least 130 hours in a calendar month but for less than 90 days. 03/05/2017 Present
B08 Eligible for Health Benefits 03/05/2017 Present
B30 Changes SCD-Leave from (date) upon employee¿s retirement from the uniformed service. 02/01/2009 Present
B31 Changes SCD from (date) to reflect (number) hours worked under intermittent work schedule. 06/01/1990 Present
B32 Changes SCD from (date) to reflect excess time in nonpay status during calendar year (year). 01/01/1982 Present
B33 Changes SCD from (date) to reflect service which has been ruled creditable. 01/01/1982 Present
B34 Changes SCD from (date) to reflect previously unclaimed service. 01/01/1982 Present
B35 Changes SCD from (date) because (state reason). 01/01/1982 Present
B36 Changes SCD from (date) upon employee's receipt of discharge from uniformed service. 01/01/1982 Present
B37 Changes SCD-Leave from (date) upon employee¿s retirement from the uniformed service. Recovery of excess annual leave accrued in the past based on the erroneous SCD-Leave has been waived. If required by the corrected SCD-Leave, employee¿s current annual leave accrual rate will be corrected prospectively. 02/01/2009 Present
B41 Health benefits will continue as long as you participate in the work-study program if you pay the employee's share of costs. Contact your servicing Human Resources Office or see the FEHB Handbook at http://www.opm.gov/insure for detailed information. 10/01/2000 Present
B43 Government share of premium for health benefits coverage will be reduced because you are working part-time. You will have to pay the employee share of the premium plus the difference between what the Government pays for your enrollment and the amount the Government pays for a full-time employee. 08/01/1992 Present
B44 Health benefits coverage continues. 04/01/1984 Present
B45 You may change your health benefits enrollment within 60 days after the effective date of this action. 03/01/1999 Present
B46 SF 2819 was provided. Life insurance coverage is extended for 31 days during which you are eligible to convert to an individual policy (nongroup contract). 10/01/1989 Present
B47 Health benefits coverage is extended for 31 days during which you are eligible to convert to an individual policy (nongroup contract). 09/01/1985 Present
B51 Basic Life insurance coverage and Additional Optional coverage (if elected) are based on the rate of annual salary payable to you as a part-time employee, not the full-time salary rate shown in block 20 of this SF 50. However, Basic Life insurance coverage is always at least $10,000. 12/01/1985 Present
B52 Ineligible for health benefits until you complete one year of current continuous employment. Then you may elect health benefits for which you will be charged the full premium. 10/01/1989 Present
B53 Health benefits coverage is extended for 31 days during which you are eligible to convert to an individual policy (nongroup contract). You are also eligible for temporary continuation of your FEHB coverage for up to 18 months. 07/01/1992 Present
B60 Eligible to elect coverage under the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS) within six months of the effective date of this personnel action. SF 3109 provided to employee. 03/01/1991 Present
B61 You appear to be eligible for early deferred retirement benefits at age (enter eligibility age). If you have questions, contact your agency retirement counselor. 03/01/1991 Present
B62 You appear to be eligible for immediate MRA + 10 retirement annuity. If you have questions, contact your agency retirement counselor. 03/01/1991 Present
B63 Elected to retain coverage under a retirement system for NAF employees. 02/01/1992 Present
B66 An employee subject to the provisions of P.L. 108-375 is eligible for continued FEHB coverage up to 24 months when called to active duty and certain requirements (including serving in support of a contingency operation) are met. An employee subject to the provisions of P.L. 108-454 is eligible for FEHB coverage for 24 months when absent because of service in the uniformed service and certain requirements are met. Contact your servicing Human Resources Office or see the FEHB Handbook at http://www.opm.gov/insure for detailed information. 08/01/2006 Present
B67 Elected full Living Benefits on (enter date from FE-8C). Post-election Basic Insurance amount is $00.00. 03/01/1999 Present
B68 Elected partial Living Benefits on (enter date from FE-8C). Post-election Basic Insurance amount is (enter amount from FE-8C). Must elect no reduction at retirement. 03/01/1999 Present
B69 Employee has assigned ownership of life insurance coverage. Assignment terminates 31 days after separation date unless employee is entitled to continued coverage before that date. 08/01/1999 Present
B71 If you enter a leave without pay status or any other type of nonpay status or your pay is insufficient to cover your FEHB premium, then you must elect to either: (1) terminate your enrollment in FEHB, or (2) continue it for up to 365 days and agree to pay the premium or incur a debt. If you do not elect to terminate or continue your enrollment, it automatically terminates at the end of the last pay period in which you paid premiums. Contact your servicing Human Resources Office or see the FEHB Handbook at HUhttp://www.opm.gov/insureUH for detailed information. 04/07/2013 Present
B72 FEGLI coverage continues until your time in nonpay status totals 12 months. (If while in nonpay status you receive pay during any part of a pay period, you are not considered to be in nonpay status for FEGLI purposes). Contact your servicing Human Resources Office or see the FEGLI Handbook at HUhttp://www.opm.gov/insureUH for detailed information. 04/07/2013 Present
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