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Restoration to Duty From Uniformed Service or Compensable Injury; Payrates and Systems (General); Pay Under the General Schedule; Pay Administration (General); Pay Administration Under the Fair Labor Standards Act; Recruitment and Relocation Bonuses; Retention Allowances; Supervisory Differentials; Hours of Duty; and Absence and Leave
The Office of Personnel Management is issuing proposed regulations to amend the rules concerning the determination of official duty station for location-based pay entitlements, compensatory time off for religious observance, hours of work and alternative work schedules, and absence and leave. In addition, the proposed regulations are being...
The Office of Personnel Management is issuing final regulations to reflect three changes in law that are already effective. The final regulations clarify that back pay awards are subject to a 6- year statute of limitations unless a shorter statute of limitations period applies. They also reflect a change in the designation of holidays for...