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1 May 2006 & A T A & T C S Y A P E D O A Y O D E S C P L A U N A M A N U A L M Payroll Operations Division Denver, Colorado For Use With The FEDERAL PERSONNEL/PAYROLL SYSTEM

2 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Table of Contents INTRODUCTION ...Intro-1 ... Intro-1 Responsibilities Retention ... I ntro-2 ... Intro-2 Amendments o -2 Tour of Duty Record ... Intr ... Ref -1 REFERENCE FOR FREQUENTLY USED PAYROLL TERMS ...1-1 Chapter 1: ABSENCE WITHOUT LEAVE Pay Code 102 - Absence Without Leave - Used ... 1-1 Chapter 2: ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE ...2-1 ... 2-1 Pay Code 060 - Administrative Leave - Other - Used Pay Code 061 - Administrative - Weather - Used ... 2-1 ... 2-1 Pay Code 068 - Administrative - Blood Donation - Used Pay Code 069 - Administrative - Court - Used ... 2-2 ... 2-2 Pay Code 06A - Administrative - Sick Leave - Used Pay Code ALR - Administrative - Union/Labor Relations - Used ... 2-2 ...3-1 Chapter 3: ADMINISTRATIVELY UNCONTROLLED OVERTIME/ STANDBY ... 3-1 Pay Code 810 – Administratively Uncontrolled Overtime/Standby Chapter 4: ANNUAL LEAVE ...4-1 ... 4-5 Pay Code 020 - Annual Leave - Used Pay Code 024 - Annual Leave in Lieu of FECA - Used ... 4-6 ... 4-6 Pay Code 025 - Annual Leave in Lieu of Sick Leave - Used Pay Code 02F - Annual Advanced Leave - Used ... 4-6 Pay Code AFA - Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Adopt - Used ... 4-7 Pay Code AFB - Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used ... 4-7 Pay Code AFF - Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Family Illness - Used ... 4-7 ... 4-7 Pay Code AFS - Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used Pay Code 081 - Restored Annual Leave - Used... 4-8 Pay Code 08A - Restored Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Adopt - Used ... 4-8 ... 4-8 Pay Code 08B - Restored Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used Lieu of Family - Family Illness Used ... 4-9 Pay Code 08F - Restored Annual Leave in ... 4-9 Pay Code 08S - Restored Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Medical Self Used CHAPTER 5 – CHANGE OF STATION ...5-1 ... 5-1 Pay Code COS – Change of Station Leave - Used ...6-1 Chapter 6: COMPENSATORY TIME Pay Code 040 - Compensatory Time - Earned ... 6-1 Pay Code 041 - Compensatory Time - Used ... 6-2 Pay Code 043 - Religious Compensatory Time - Used ... 6-2 Pay Code 045 - Religious Compensatory Time - Earned ... 6-2 ... 6-3 Pay Code 046 – Compensatory Time Off for Travel - Earned Pay Code 047 – Compensatory Time Off for Travel - Used ... 6-3 ... 6-3 Pay Code 048 - Compensatory Time - Callback Pay Code TCE – True Compensatory Time Earned ... 6--3 Chapter 7: CREDIT HOURS ...7-1 Pay Code 230 - Credit Hours - Earned ... 7-1 Pay Code 231 - Credit Hours - Used ... 7-1 Pay Code 238 – Travel Credit Hours – Earned ... 7-1 Chapter 8: ENVIRONMENTAL/HAZARD PAY ...8-1 Chapter 9: FAMILY FRIENDLY LEAVE ...9-1 Pay Code FFF - Family Friendly - Funeral - Used ... 9-2 i Sensitive but Unclassified Material

3 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division ... 9-2 Pay Code FFI - Family Friendly - Family Illness - Used Chapter 10: FAMILY MEDICAL LEAVE ...10-1 Chapter 11: FECA/COP ...11-1 Pay Code 160 - FECA/ COP - Paid (1st Occurrence) ... 11-1 Pay Code 161 - FECA/COP - Unpaid (1st occurrence) ... 11-2 Pay Code 162 - FECA/OWCP - 1st Occurrence ... 11-2 Pay Code 16A - FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (1st Occurrence) ... 11-3 Chapter 12: FURLOUGH ...12-1 Pay Code 103 - Furlough - Used ... 12-1 ...13-1 Chapter 13: HOLIDAY PAY Pay Code 050 - Holiday - Not Worked ... 13-1 ... 13-2 Pay Code 051 - Holiday - Worked Pay Code 055 - Holiday - Callback ... 13-2 ...14-1 Chapter 14: HOME LEAVE Pay Code 085 - Home Leave - Used ... 14-1 ...15-1 Chapter 15: LEAVE SHARE st Emergency Pay Code LS1 - Leave Share - Medical Self – Used – 1 ... 15-1 st Pay Code LS3 - Leave Share - Family – Used – 1 ... 15-1 Emergency nd Emergency ... 15-2 Pay Code LS5 - Leave Share - Medical Self – Used – 2 nd Pay Code LS7 - Leave Share - Family – Used – 2 ... 15-2 Emergency st Emergency ... 15-2 Pay Code LSB - Leave Share in Lieu of Family - Birth – Used – 1 nd ... 15-2 Pay Code LSD - Leave Share in Lieu of Family - Birth – Used – 2 Emergency st Pay Code LSF - Leave Share in Lieu of Family - Family Illness – Used – 1 Emergency ... 15-2 nd Emergency Pay Code LSG - Leave Share in Lieu of Family - Family Illness – Used – 2 ... 15-3 st Pay Code LSS - Leave Share in Lieu of Family - Medical Self – Used – 1 ... 15-3 Emergency nd Emergency Pay Code LSH - Leave Share in Lieu of Family - Medical Self – Used – 2 ... 15-3 ...16-1 Chapter 16: LEAVE WITHOUT PAY ... 16-1 Pay Code 101 - Leave Without Pay - Used ... 16-1 Pay Code 10A - Leave Without Pay in Lieu of Family - Adopt - Used Pay Code 10B - Leave Without Pay in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used ... 16-2 ... 16-2 Pay Code 10F - Leave Without Pay in Lieu of Family - Family Illness - Used ... 16-2 Pay Code 10S - Leave Without Pay in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used ...17-1 Chapter 17: MILITARY LEAVE Pay Code 070 - Regular Military Leave - Used ... 17-1 ... 17-1 Pay Code 072 - Law Enforcement Military Leave - Used Pay Code 074 - DC National Guard Military Leave - Used ... 17-1 Pay Code 078 - Reserve Technician Military Leave - Used ... 17-2 Chapter 18: NIGHT DIFFERENTIAL PAY ...18-1 Pay Code 130 - Night Differential ... 18-1 ... 18-1 Pay Code 131 - Night Differential - Not Worked Chapter 19: OPERATIONAL DIFFERENTIAL PAY ...19-1 Pay Code CUD – Operational Currency Differential ... 19-1 Pay Code OPD – Operational Responsibility Differential ... 19-1 Chapter 20: OVERTIME PAY ...20-1 Pay Code 110 - Overtime – Regular ... 20-3 Pay Code 111 - Overtime - Callback ... 20-4 Pay Code 113 – Emergency Overtime ... 20-4 Pay Code 116 - Overtime - Paid at Regular Rate ... 20-4 Pay Code 117 - Overtime - FLSA ... 20-6 Pay Code 118 - Overtime - Meal Break ... 20-6 Pay Code 120 - Overtime - Holiday ... 20-6 Pay Code 121 - Overtime - Sunday ... 20-6 ii Sensitive but Unclassified Material

4 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division ... 20-6 Pay Code 122 - Overtime - Sunday Callback Pay Code 124 - Overtime - Excess Over 8 Hours ... 20-6 Pay Code 125 - Overtime - Non Workday Rotating Shift ... 20-7 Pay Code 127- Overtime - Holiday Callback ... 20-7 ... 20-7 Pay Code 11U - Regularly Scheduled Overtime - (Part of Tour of Duty) Pay Code TOT – True Overtime ... 20-7 Chapter 21: PERSONAL LEAVE ...21-1 Pay Code 218 - Personal Leave - Used ... 21-1 ... 21-1 Pay Code PFA - Personal in Lieu of Family - Adopt - Used Pay Code PFB - Personal in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used ... 21-1 ... 21-1 Pay Code PFF - Personal in Lieu of Family - Illness - Used ... 21-1 Pay Code PFS - Personal in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used Chapter 22: PREMIUM PAY ...22-1 ... 22-1 Pay Code 140 - Sunday Premium - Worked Pay Code 150 - Premium Penalty Pay Compensate - Half Time ... 22-2 ... 22-2 Pay Code 153 - Premium Penalty Pay Not Worked - Compensate - Half Time Pay Code 156 - Scheduled Overtime/Holiday Not Worked - Compensate - Time and A Half 22-2 ... 22-2 Pay Code CIC – Controller in Charge Premium ... 22-3 Pay Code MTP – Meal Time Pay (FAA ONLY) Pay Code RPP – Regular Premium Pay ... 22-3 ... 22-4 Pay Code RSP – Remote Site Pay Chapter 23: REGULAR TIME ...23-1 ... 23-1 Pay Code 010 - Regular Time Pay Code 012 - Regular Time - Paid at Time and a Half ... 23-1 Pay Code LRD - Labor Relations – Dispute Resolution ... 23-1 Pay Code LRG - Labor Relations – General Labor Management Relations ... 23-1 Pay Code LRM - Labor Relations –Mid-term Negotiations ... 23-1 ... 23-1 Pay Code LRT – Labor Relations - Term Negotiations Chapter 24: SHORE LEAVE ...24-1 ... 24-1 Pay Code 083 - Shore Leave - Used Pay Code 087 - Shore Leave - Creditable Days ... 24-2 ...25-1 Chapter 25: SICK LEAVE ... 25-3 Pay Code 030 - Sick Leave - Used Pay Code 034 - Sick in Lieu of FECA - Used ... 25-4 ... 25-4 Pay Code 038 - Sick in Lieu of Adoption - Used Pay Code 03F - Sick Advanced - Used - ... 25-4 ... 25-5 Pay Code BOU - Bone Marrow/Organ Donation - Used Pay Code SFA - Sick in Lieu of Family - Adopt - Used ... 25-5 Pay Code SFB - Sick in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used ... 25-5 Pay Code SFS - Sick in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used ... 25-5 Chapter 26: SUSPENSION LEAVE ...26-1 ... 26-1 Pay Code 104 - Suspension Leave - Used Chapter 27: TIME OFF AWARD ...27-1 ... 27-1 Pay Code 30C - Time Off Award - Used Chapter 28: TRAINING ...28-1 Pay Code TRN - Training While in a Less Than 6 Month Appointment ... 28-1 Pay Code OJT – On the Job Training (FAA ONLY) ... 28-1 Chapter 29: VACATION LEAVE ...29-1 Pay Code 211 - Vacation Leave - Used ... 29-1 Pay Code 213 - Restored Vacation Leave - Used ... 29-1 Pay Code 215 - School Vacation Leave - Used ... 29-1 Pay Code VFA - Vacation Leave in Lieu of Family - Adopt - Used ... 29-1 iii Sensitive but Unclassified Material

5 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division ... 29-2 Pay Code VFB - Vacation Leave in Lieu of Family - Birth – Used Pay Code VFF - Vacation Leave in Lieu of Family - Family Illness - Used ... 29-2 Pay Code VFS - Vacation Leave in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used ... 29-2 Numerical Index ... NI-1 Subject Index ... SI-1 iv Sensitive but Unclassified Material

6 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division INTRODUCTION The Time and Attendance (T&A) recording and reporting instructions in this volume are intended to ensure that biweekly payroll and related data is processed correctly. The material in this manual deals with FPPS pay codes and their use, regardless of the specific T&A system being used by the client agency to capture and transmit data. Requirements of the General Accounting Office, Office of Personnel Management, and other Federal agencies are covered to ensure time worked and absences from work are properly identified. Agency policy may prevail over FPPS procedures. For example, some users may require a cost structure with leave taken, while other users may not. This manual is not intended to determine agency policy and procedure regarding T&A reporting requirements. Responsibilities The T&A report is designed to provide the necessary information to accurately compute Additionally, T&As are necessary to an employee’s earnings, deductions, and net pay. monitor and report leave. Timekeepers and supervisors must be aware of the work time or absence of employees for whom they are responsible to ensure the reliability of T&A data. Traditional T&A systems have involv ed a timekeeper responsible for assisting supervisors in recording and verifying empl oyees’ work time and absences. New T&A systems can reduce or eliminate timekeeper s’ duties and shift responsibilities to employees or supervisors. Recording accurate T&A information remains the primary control objective. Reference Title 6, GAO Policy and Procedures Manual, Chapter 3. Supervisors or other equivalent officials designated by the agency are required to approve and certify employees’ time through the end of the pay period. Corrections and alterations to a time and attendance report must be approved by a supervisor or appropriate official. Employees will not be permitted to certify or approve their own T&A, except in rare circumstances where it is not practical to do otherwise and authority has been given in writing by an appropriate official. Reference Title 6, GAO Policy and Procedures Manual, Chapter 3. Generally, a timekeeper is required to: • record/review daily hours referencing appropriate pay codes and cost account numbers. • record/review absences from work within the scheduled tour of duty for that day. • record/review hours worked other than regularly scheduled shifts. • as required, prepare messages on the T&A report to inform the Payroll Operations Division (POD) of special requirements for payment to an employee. • submit subsequent changes to a T&A (after it has been transmitted) on an amended T&A report. Reference Title 6, GAO Policy and Procedures Manual, Chapter 3. Introduction Intro - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

7 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Retention Completed T&A reports should be retained until a GAO audit is performed, or for six years, whichever is sooner. All supporting documents such as overtime authorizations, applications for leave, military leave, and court leave will be retained in the field office or at the home component for three years or until an audit, whichever occurs first, or in accordance with agency policy. Reference General Record Schedule 2. Amendments Changes to leave, hours worked, or corrections to regular or premium pay after mplished by either submitting a hard copy submission of the T&A reports will be acco amended T&A in a subsequent pay period, or through your T&A system’s automated adjustment file. Contact your agency/bureau accounting office to correct a cost structure on a T&A once time has been costed to the wrong number. Tour of Duty Record T&A masters can be established through the TDRC command for users of the FPPS on-line T&A system. Once established, the master will contain basic identifying information for an employee. By establishing a master T&A, the timekeeper can access a “preprinted” T&A each pay period for the employee, thus saving keystrokes. The basic identifying information can include: • Regularly scheduled Tour of Duty (TOD) • Cost Structures (Common Accounting Number) • Shift codes Only information that is not subject to constant change should be recorded on the T&A master. If the cost structures are unchanging, but the hours worked and/or pay codes related to the cost structures are subject to change, it is possible to record only the cost structure on the T&A master. The TDRC command can also be used to process mass changes to T&A masters. This option is helpful when cost structures or organizational codes change for a group of employees under the same timekeeper. Centralized development and maintenance of this manual will eliminate the need for each of the users to develop a Time and Attendance manual. Recommendations for improvement and clarification are encouraged. Questions relating to the procedures in this manual should be referred to the Payroll Operations Division Customer Service Office at (303) 969-7711. Introduction Intro - 2 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

8 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division EQUENTLY USED PAYROLL TERMS REFERENCE FOR FR Absence Without Leave (AWOL) AWOL is unpaid leave taken without approval by an appropriate individual within the client agency. Administrative Leave Administrative leave is approved time off with pay which is not charged to any other leave category. Administratively Uncontrolled Overtime (AUO) AUO is premium pay authorized on an annual basis for an employee in a position which requires substantial amounts of irregular or occasional overtime. AUO is established by the Servicing Personnel Office. Advanced Leave Request of advanced sick or annual leave for the employee must be approved prior to use. Advances must be in full hours. The Payroll Office enters the advances when they are notified by an agency (exception is agencies that have automatic advances). Alternate Work Schedule Any work schedule other than that which the employee usually works, usually not to exceed three consecutive pay periods wit hout the work schedule being officially changed. Annual Leave Annual leave is approved time off with pay to take vacations or for special personal occasions considered to be annual leave. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) The Code of Federal Regulations is a codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the Executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government. Comptroller General (CG) Decisions Published decisions made by the Comptroller General regarding issues in dispute between employees and agencies. Reference Ref - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

9 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Compressed Work Schedule Full-time employees on a compressed work schedule (also called alternative work schedule) are scheduled to work more than 8 regular hours some days so that they can work less than 10 days in a pay period, but still perform 80 hours in the pay period. Compressed work schedules include, but are not limited to: 5/4/9 - 9 hours a day for 8 days, 8 hours 1 day, and 1 day off each pay period. • 4-10's - 10 hours a day, 4 days a week. • • tours worked with hours in excess of 8 hours a day and/or 40 hours a week (e.g., firefighters). Full-time employees on a compressed work schedule do not earn overtime for working hours over 8 in a day or 40 in a week that are part of their scheduled tour of duty. They do earn overtime for working more hours in a day than their scheduled tour of duty, and for work that is more than 80 hours in a pay period. Compensatory Time Compensatory time is paid time off that may be earned (and taken) by employees instead of receiving overtime pay. Compensatory Time for Travel Compensatory time for travel is compensatory time earned during travel status away from the employee’s official duty station. Compensatory time for travel may be used when the employee is granted time off from his or her scheduled tour of duty. Continuation of Pay (COP) COP is time off for work-related injuries or treatment of work related injuries. Dual Appointment Dual appointment is when an employee is active in two different appointments at the same time. Timesheets must be submitted for both appointments even if the employee is in a non-pay status in one of the appointments. Environmental/Hazard Pay A differential paid for performing work under hazardous conditions. Experts/Consultants Experts and consultants are often hired to wo rk on special projects or jobs. They may be paid either by the hour or by the day. The number of hours of compensation for an expert or consultant will be determined by the type of appointment (temporary or intermittent). Reference 5 U.S. Code 3109. Reference Ref - 2 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

10 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Experts and consultants paid on a daily rate basis are not entitled to overtime pay under section 5542 of Title 5, U.S. Code. They may be entitled to overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act if they are nonexempt employees. Experts and consultants are subject to the provisions of 5 U.S. Code 8344 and 8468 on reduction of basic pay by the amount of annuity received. Experts and consultants with a regularly scheduled tour of duty are entitled to sick and rring on a workday on which they perform annual leave and to pay for any holiday occu no work, provided that workday is part of the basic workweek. Those employed on an intermittent basis do not earn leave and are not entitled to paid holidays. (Refer to for further information regarding Expert and Consultant Appointments.) 5 CFR Part 304 Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) The Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 provides guidelines for minimum standards for both wages and overtime entitlements for the nonexempt employee, and delineates administrative procedures by which covered work time must be compensated. Family Friendly Leave (FFL) The Family Friendly Leave Act of 1994 expands t he use of sick leave by permitting most employees to use a total of up to 104 hours of sick leave each leave year for general family and medical needs. A total of up to 480 hours of sick leave may be used to care for a family member with a serious medical condition. Family Leave (FML) ides certain Federal employees with The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 prov entitlement to invoke a total of 12 weeks of unpaid leave during any 12 month period for certain family and medical needs. Federal Wage System (FWS) policies, systems, practices, and The Federal Wage System provides common job-grading standards for uniform application by all agencies subject to section 5342 of Title 5, U.S. Code, in fixing pay for pr evailing rate employees (wage employees) as nearly as is consistent with the public interest in accordance with prevailing rates. Flexible Work Schedule (FWS) Flexible Work Schedule means a work schedule established under 5 U.S. Code 6122, that, (1) in the case of a full-time employee, has an 80-hour biweekly basic work requirement that allows an employee to determine his or her own schedule within the limits set by the agency; and (2) in the case of a part-time employee, has a biweekly basic work requirement of less than 80 hours that allows an employee to determine his or her own schedule within the limits set by the agency. Reference Ref - 3 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

11 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division There are various types of flexible work schedules that include flexitour, gliding schedules, maxiflex, variable day, variable week, etc. Full-time Employee An individual regularly scheduled to work 80 hours per pay period. Furlough A furlough is the placement of an employee in a temporary, non-duty, non-pay status because of lack of work or funds, or other non-disciplinary reasons. General Schedule (GS) GS employees are paid under Title 5 of the U.S. Code and/or FLSA. Pay for GS employees is based on an annual salary. For pay calculation purposes, the hourly rate for regular hours is derived by dividing the annual salary by 2087. Holiday A holiday may be either an official day off with pay granted by the Federal government, or a day off granted instead of the official holiday, if the holiday falls on a non-work day for the employee. Home Leave Overseas employees eligible to accumulate up to 45 days of annual leave may also be entitled to earn home leave. Intermittent Employee An individual having no regularly scheduled tour of duty. Intermittent employees are on call and come in at the discretion of the supervisor. These employees do not earn annual leave or sick leave and are not paid for non-worked holidays. Intermittent employees are not entitled to night differential or Sunday premium pay. Leave Share The Voluntary Leave Transfer Program, whereby an employee can apply and be approved for donated leave from other employ ees, or donate annual leave or restored annual leave to employees approved for this program. Leave Without Pay (LWOP) Leave Without Pay is time off from work without paid leave requested by an employee and approved by the appropriate individual within the client agency. Leave Year A leave year begins with the first day of the first complete pay period in a calendar year, t day of the first complete pay period in and ends with the day immediately before the firs the following calendar year. The leave yearend does not coincide with the pay yearend. Reference 5 CFR 630.201. Reference Ref - 4 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

12 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Military Leave Government employees who are serving in permanent (includes part-time), indefinite or Temporary Appointment Pending Establishmen t of Register (TAPER) and temporary appointments over one year, and who are members of the Armed forces or National Guard may be granted military leave for active duty, engaging in field or costal defense training or other purposes. Reference 5 U.S. Code 6323. Negotiated Rate The level of rates of pay will be maintained in line with prevailing levels of comparable work within a local wage area, and will be maintained so as to attract and retain qualified prevailing rate employees. Employee pay is based on hourly rather than annual rates. shifts Negotiated rate employees can work , for which they are compensated an additional percentage of base pay, or a flat amount, depending on the contract stipulations. Special wage agreements (union contracts) require payment for the difference between an acting position pay rate and the employee’s regular pay rate. (NOTE: For FPPS On-Line T&A users, the acting rate can be accessed from the T&A and the appropriate selection made through the pop-up selection windows.) Night Differential Night differential for any regularly scheduled work between 6:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. is ent employees are excluded from this pay premium pay for GS employees. Intermitt entitlement. Overtime Overtime pay is premium pay for work perfo rmed outside an employee’s established tour of duty. The total number of daily or biweekly hours that must be worked prior to the employee being eligible for overtime compensation varies depending on the work schedule. The rate of pay for overtime hours is determined by employee status under FLSA or Title 5 U.S. Code, as appropriate. Paid Leave Paid leave is time away from the job for wh ich employees receive their basic rate of pay. Types of paid leave include, but are not limited to: • • Home Administrative • Annual • Military • Change of Station • Shore • • Sick Court • Funeral • Time Off Award • Holiday • Reference Ref - 5 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

13 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Part-time Employee An employee regularly scheduled to work between 1 and 32 hours a week, or less than Part-time employees are eligible 65 hours a pay period. Reference 5 U.S. Code 3401. for night differential, but do not receive Sunday premium pay. Students hired under the Student Educational Employment Program (STEP) generally work under part-time schedules. There are no limitations on the number of hours a student can work per week, but the student’s work schedule should not interfere with the student’s academic Reference 5 CFR 213.3202(b). schedule. Pay Basis (e.g., hourly, per annum, daily, etc.). The method used to determine an employee’s pay Regular Hours Hours of work within the administrative work week which comprise the employee’s regularly scheduled tour of duty, and are paid at the employee’s basic rate of pay. Secondary Rate A secondary rate occurs when an employee is working in two positions at two different rates. Employee must designate the hours to be paid at the regular or secondary rate. Senior Executive Service (SES) The SES consists of employees under pay plan ES who are: • paid through a compensation designed to attract and retain senior executives. • in a position above a GS-15 or the equivalent. The SES includes general positions and career-reserved positions, both of which are determined by the client agency. SES employees may: • earn and use religious compensatory time. • accrue annual leave up to 720 hours, with the following exception: SES employees who had annual leave in excess of 720 hours as of October 16, 1994, will retain that amount as a personal leave ceiling until they use the leave or separate. SES employees may not : receive premium pay or earn compensatory time. • • earn and use credit hours. • participate on a compressed work schedule unless the entire work unit closes on the same workday(s) every pay period. Reference Ref - 6 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

14 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Shift Codes shifts , for Negotiated rate and Federal Wage System employees can work the following which they are compensated an additional percentage of base pay or a flat amount, The majority of depending on the contract stipulations. Reference 5 U.S. Code 5343. hours in a regular tour of duty equals the number of whole hours greater than one-half of a daily schedule (including breaks). of employee’s Majority of hours Then employee’s regular hours Percentage are usually during... regular Tour of Duty are... Base Rate Shift 1 From 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 7.50 Shift 2 From 3:00 p.m. to Midnight 10 From 11:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. Shift 3 Sick Leave Sick leave is paid leave taken for illness, non-work related injuries, doctors' appointments, and pregnancy or child birth. Sick leave may be used in lieu of annual leave for certain family situations, as defined by the Family Friendly Leave Act. Reference PL 103-388, October 22, 1994. Standby Premium Pay Employees who are regularly scheduled for standby duty may be compensated, on an annual basis, by their agency. Standby pay is established by the Servicing Personnel Office. Sunday Premium e entitled to Sunday premium pay for each In addition to base pay, full-time employees ar hour of Sunday work which is not overtime work and which is not in excess of 8 hours or if on Compressed Work Schedule, the number of hours scheduled to work, for each regularly scheduled tour of duty, any part of which begins or ends on Sunday. Temporary Employee An individual appointed on a temporary appointment for a specific period of time up to one year. The appointment can be extended in one-year increments for a maximum of three additional years. Employees with less than 90-day appointments may earn and use sick leave, but may not earn annual leave, unless their appointment is extended or is changed to a permanent appointment. Tem porary employees who have annual leave that transferred from a prior appointment may use that leave after they complete 90 days of service under successive appointments without a break in service. Time Off Incentive Award The Federal Pay Comparability Act of 1990 (FEPCA) authorizes Federal agencies to grant time off from duty as an incentive award. Reference Ref - 7 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

15 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Title V, United States Code (5 U.S. Code) Title V relates to government organization and employees. Pay entitlements for the employee exempt from Fair Labor Standards Ac t (FLSA) are derived under this title. Nonexempt employees covered under FLSA re ceive night, Sunday, or holiday pay and ed standby duty or administratively annual premium pay for regularly schedul uncontrollable overtime (AUO), as applicable, under Title V entitlements. Tour of Duty (TOD) Tour of duty means the hours of a day (a daily tour of duty) and the days of an administrative workweek (a weekly tour of duty) that constitute an employee’s regularly scheduled administrative workweek. Unpaid Leave Unpaid leave is time away from the job, for which employees do not receive their basic rate of pay. Types of unpaid leave include, but are not limited to: • L eave W ithout P ay (LWOP) - leave approved by the client agency. • A bsence W ithout L eave (AWOL) - leave not approved by the client agency. • Furlough - Leave due to lack of work or funds. • Suspension - Leave taken as a result of a disciplinary action. 1040 Hour Employee Some temporary employees may receive 1040 hour appointments. FPPS will ed, to ensure the employees do not work automatically track the number of hours work beyond the hours in their appointment. 1040 employees are treated as temporary employees. Training hours during the 1040 appointment are not counted against the total number of hours worked. Appoint ments are usually less than 6 months. Reference Ref - 8 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

16 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 1: ABSENCE WITHOUT LEAVE Pay Code 102 - Absence Without Leave - Used Absence Without Leave (AWOL) is a non-pay status resulting from an agency determination that it will not grant any type of leave (including leave without pay) for an unauthorized period of absence by an employee. AWOL is charged in exact minute increments. Each accumulation of 80 hours of AWOL (or combination of AWOL and other non-pay status) in a leave year reduces the sick and annual leave accruals in the pay period in which the 80th hour of non-pay status accrues. The number of hours of leave reduced a pay period. If the employee is in a is equal to the number of leave hours earned in 6 hour leave category, and the 80th hour of non-pay status accrues in the last pay period of the calendar year, the annual leave accrual will be reduced by 10 hours, and the sick leave accrual by 4 hours. Within grade increases, and other actions based on hours/days in pay status, may also be affected by the non-pay hours. Chapter 1 Page 1 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

17 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 2: ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE tive Leave - Other - Used Pay Code 060 - Administra Subject to the rules and regulations of the Office of Personnel Management and operating policy of client agencies , employees may be excused from duty without loss of pay and without charge to leave when absence is necessary for specific reasons. Dependent on agency policy, administrative leave may be granted for: Attending a conference/convention • • Tardiness/brief absences Group dismissals • Attendance of funerals of an immediate relative who died while serving as a • member of the armed forces in a combat zone • Participation in military funerals • Reference EO 10529 Civil Defense • National Disaster • OPM examination • Physical examination Reference PL 79-658, 5 U.S. Code 7901 • Contracts type M or N (DOI - BIA only) when school is not in session during school breaks, but not during the summer • Registration/voting Pay Code 061 - Administra tive - Weather - Used Emergency situations may arise which are beyond the control of management or employees and which prevent the opening of Federal offices and activities. Additionally, employees may be prevented from getting to wo rk, or dismissed early from work in certain areas. Guidelines for this type of administrativ e leave are established and disseminated by Heads of Federal Executive Boards, Federal Executive Associations, and similar organizations of Federal officials. NOTE: Intermittent employees are allo wed this type of administrative leave. Pay Code 068 - Administrati ve - Blood Donation - Used Employees who serve as blood donors may be excused from work without charge to leave. Reference 30 CG 521 . Client agencies may, by administrative regulation, place limitations or restrictions on leave authorized for blood donations. Chapter 2 Page 2 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

18 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Pay Code 069 - Administ rative - Court - Used Court leave is authorized absence of an employ ee from work status for jury duty, or attending judicial proceedings in a nonofficial capacity as a witness on behalf of a state or local government. This absence is without loss of or reduction in pay or leave to which the employee is entitled. Additionally, credit for time in service and performance Reference 48 CG 630 and CG efficiency ratings are not affected by this leave. Decision B-166056, March 21, 1969 . Pay Code 06A - Administ rative - Sick Leave - Used Absence for illness or injury incurred in the performance of duty shall be allowed as Reference PL 88-471 administrative sick leave for United States Park Police. . Pay Code ALR - Administrative - Union/Labor Relations - Used Administrative leave may be granted in accordance with agency policy to an employee representative for the purpose of receiving information, briefing, and orientation relating to matters within the scope of Federal Service Labor Management Relations Statute. Administrative leave cannot be granted for solicitation or training of union members. Such matters that may be of mutual concern to both the employing agency and the employee include, but are not limited to: • Statutory or regulatory provisions relating to pay • Working conditions • Work schedules • Employee grievances • Performance ratings • Adverse action appeals • Agency policy/negotiated agreements Chapter 2 Page 2 - 2 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

19 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 3: ADMINISTRATIVEL Y UNCONTROLLED OVERTIME/ STANDBY stratively Uncontrolled Overtime/Standby Pay Code 810 – Admini ent of annual premium pay under 5 U.S. Employees who are compensated by paym Code 5545(c)(1)(Standby), may not be compensated by overtime pay except for irregular, unscheduled overtime duty in excess of his/her regularly scheduled weekly tour. Employees under 5 U.S. Code 5545(c)(2)(Admin istratively Uncontrollable Overtime [AUO]) can be paid for regularly schedule overtime (Pay Code 110). Pay Code 810 does not pay but must be posted on the Time and Attendance Report to identify the hours worked under Standby or AUO by the nonexempt employee so these hours can be included in the FLSA calculation. Chapter 3 Page 3 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

20 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 4: ANNUAL LEAVE Annual leave is earned and credited biweekly, beginning with an employee’s appointment, if the appointment is for 90 days or longer, and may be used as soon as it is accrued. Annual leave is used in lieu of days/hours within a tour of duty which an employee would usually work and receive pay. It is usually the joint responsibility of the supervisor and the employee to assure that annual leave is requested, scheduled, and granted so that the employee does not forfeit the leave at the end of the leave year. NOTE: Leave year begins the first complete pay period in a calendar year and ends the day before the first full pay period in the following calendar year. and unpaid leave can be used up to 12 weeks Annual leave in addition to other paid during any 12 month period for medical reasons, birth, adoption, or care of a child, and for the care of certain family members with serious health conditions. More information edical Leave, Chapter 9. is available under Family M Reference 5 U.S. Code 6382. Accrual The amount of annual leave accrued is based on the years of creditable federal civilian service, military service, and the number of hours worked during a biweekly period. Increases to the rate of accrual are effective the pay period after an employee has completed the 3rd and 15th year of service. (Employees under pay plans ES, SL, and ST accrue 8 hours of leave regardless of the length of employment). Employees who have a temporary appointment for less than 90 days do not accrue annual leave. If these appointments are extended and the empl oyee completes 90 continuous days of service, the employee is eligible for retroactive credit for leave from the date of the initial th appointment. (The employee is eligible to use the leave after the 90 day of continuous days of service). An employee must be in pay status or a combination of pay and non-pay status for the full biweekly tour of duty to earn leave. Leave may or may not accrue during a period of Reference PL 78-525 . leave granted prior to separation. Annual leave does not accrue: • for any period for which a lump sum payment is made. • when an employee is in a non-pay status for the leave year. when a full-time employee accumulates a total of 80 hours in non-pay status • within the leave year (i.e., 80, 160, 240, etc.). • for intermittent employees who have no regular tour of duty established. • when the tour of duty is not met and recorded on a timesheet. Chapter 4 Page 4 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

21 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division The following leave accrual tables provide guidelines for various employee groupings. Changes in accrual rates are effective in the pay periods following the pay period in which the employee completes three and fifteen years of service. For Full-time Employees Other than Firefighters and Law Enforcement: Days Accrued Employee Earns Length of Service per Leave Year 4 hours of annual leave accrued for each full biweekly pay 13 Less than 3 years cycle 6 hours of annual leave accrued for each full biweekly pay cycle (80 hours), and 10 hours of annual leave accrued in 3 to 15 years 20 the last full biweekly pay period in a calendar year 8 hours of annual leave accrued for each full biweekly pay 26 More than 15 years cycle (80 hours). For Firefighters and Law Enforcement: Because these are irregular TODs, all work days are considered regular work days and employees are required to work all holidays falling within their regularly scheduled TOD. If an employee does not work on a holiday, it is considered an absence on a regular workday and leave must be charged. Accrual Calculation Length of Service TOD = 144 hours X 26 pay periods = 3744 hours per year Less than 3 years 3744 hours ÷ 20 = 187 hours to be accumulated 144 hours ÷ 20 = 7 hours earned 7 hours earned X 26 pay periods = 182 hours earned year to date *182 + 5 = 187 3 to 15 years TOD = 144 hours X 26 pay periods = 3744 hours per year 3744 hours ÷ 13 = 288 hours to be accumulated 144 hours ÷ 13 = 11 hours earned 11 hours earned X 26 pay periods = 286 hours earned year to date *286 + 2 = 288 More than 15 years TOD = 144 hours X 26 pay periods = 3744 hours per year 3744 hours ÷ 10 = 374 hours to be accumulated 144 hours ÷ 10 = 14 hours earned 14 hours earned X 26 pay periods = 364 hours earned year to date *364 + 10 = 374 *Pay period 01 each year additional hours will be accrued. Chapter 4 Page 4 - 2 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

22 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division For Part-time Employees: Length of Service Employee Earns Less than 3 years 1 hour of annual leave accrued for every 20 hours in pay status up to 80 hours, but not to exceed 4 hours of leave credit. Excess hours are carried forward to subsequent pay periods. 1 hour of annual leave accrued for every 13 hours in pay status up to 80 hours, 3 to 15 years but usually not to exceed 6 hours of leave credit. A seventh hour may be credited if it accrues as a result of pay status hours carried over from a prior pay period. Excess hours are carried forward to subsequent pay periods. More than 15 years 1 hour of annual leave accr ued for every 10 hours in pay status. Excess hours are carried forward to subsequent pay periods. All hours in a pay status up to 80 hours (including regular and overtime), are used in computing leave earned by part-time em ployees. If an employee changes from part-time to full-time status, and there is insufficient service credit to earn the minimum of one hour, the excess hour(s) of service is lost because of the status change. Reference 32 CG 490. Fractional Pay Periods Annual leave does not accrue for a fractional part of a pay period unless the fractional part of the pay period immediately precedes/follows: • a period of non-pay status when an employee is receiving disability compensation from Department of Labor. a transfer to an international organization with statutory reemployment rights. • • conversion from full-time to intermittent employment (or vice versa). • entrance into or return from military service. transfer to or from another agency when there is a change in the date of an • employee’s pay period. • (Note: If an employee is hired the day after a holiday which falls on the first Monday of the pay period, or at the begi nning of the pay period, full accruals will be received.) Carryover The maximum amount of annual leave that can be carried forward to the next leave year is: • 30 days (240 hours) for most Federal employees. • 45 days (360 hours) for employees serving outside the United States (and the District of Columbia) who are recruited and employed under special conditions. Chapter 4 Page 4 - 3 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

23 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Annual leave carryover can be greater than 30 days if: • hours accumulated at the end of the 1952 leave year were greater than 30 days. • hours accumulated in a 45-day (360 hours) leave position are greater than 30 ubject to the 30 day limitation. If an days and the employee moves to a position s employee does not maintain a 360 hour balance at the end of the leave year, the new balance becomes the new leave ceiling. • ecutive Service (SES) appointment which employees are serving on a Senior Ex Hours of annual leave to the employee’s entitles them to carryover 720 hours. credit at the time of entry into the SES position which are above the previous annual leave ceiling are subject to that ceiling, and will be forfeited if not used prior to the end of the current leave year. PL 103-352 Section 201 contains a grandfather clause which allows SES employees to carryover more than 720 hours if their balance as of October 16, 1994, was greater than 720 hours. • firefighters are on an uncommon TOD. The maximum for firefighters is computed using the following ratio: 240 X (average hours in a biweekly tour) ÷ 80. If leave used in a leave year is greater than earned, the maximum allowable carryover is during a leave year in excess of the reduced to a new leave ceiling. Leave earned maximum amount which may be carried over into the following year must be used or it will be forfeited unless the forfeiture was the result of: • an administrative error, an exigency of the public business, or • • an injury of the employee. Hours forfeited for these purposes may qualify for Restored Leave. Additional information can be supplied by the Servicing Personnel Office. Transfer and Separation When an employee transfers without a break in service between positions subject to the Leave Act, the employee’s annual leave account shall be certified for credit in the new position. When an employee separates from Federal service, the annual leave balance is paid in a lump sum payment (generally two pay periods following the separation date). Chapter 4 Page 4 - 4 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

24 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Pay Code 020 - Annual Leave - Used Advance currently a leave share Includes advanced annual leave used if employee is not recipient. See Pay Code 02F for advanced annual leave used when employee is a current leave share recipient, and the advanced leave is unrelated to the leave share. If advanced leave is related to the leave s hare, post the advanced annual leave to Pay Code LS1, LS3, LS5, or LS7, depending on which leave share type the employee is in. NOTE: Post “Y” on the Advance Leave area on the T&A entry screen and indicate the number of hours and type of leave to be advanced on the “pop-up” screen. An employee can be advanced a maximum of the amount they accrue from the time (pay period) the leave is granted until the end of the leave year. Payable Rate Employees paid per hour (Pay Plans WB, WG, WL, WS, WT, WW) and who receive a shift or night differential in addition to a base rate as a part of the scheduled tour of duty will receive annual leave pay which reflects the base rate plus the differential. Employees paid per annum (Classified Pay Plans AD, EC, ED, EF, EH, EX, FC, GG, GS, GW, SR, ST) with a regularly scheduled tour of duty which includes night differential are not entitled to the differential pay for annual leave used unless the total amount of leave used in a pay period, including both night and day hours, is less than 8 hours. Reference 5 CFR 550.122 (b). Restrictions Annual leave is charged in 15-minute increments. Each period of absence must be considered individually on a calendar day basis. For part-time employees, leave is charged only for absences occurring during the hours and on the days regularly scheduled for duty. Leave may not be charged for absences on legal holidays (except in cases of firefighters or law enforcement officers). An employee may be placed on annual leave with or without consent if sick leave is not available and the employee’s personal phy sician admits the employee’s physical incapacity for official duties, or where there is other medical or reasonable evidence that the employee’s employment would be cons idered hazardous to the employee or the employee’s co-workers. Reference 38 CG 503. official travel, travels by an indirect Annual leave must be charged if an employee on route, or for personal reasons requires more time than authorized for the travel involved. The amount of leave charged is determined by applicable travel regulations governing mileage and per diem allowances. Chapter 4 Page 4 - 5 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

25 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Pay Code 024 - Annual Leave in Lieu of FECA - Used An employee who is injured on the job or sustains a job-related disability caused by an occupational disease or illness may elect to use annual leave, during or after completion of the 45-day continuation of pay (COP) status, in order to avoid possible interruption of income. FECA compensation under The Department of Labor is not paid while an ceives COP or paid leave. injured or disabled employee re If an employee elects to take leave and the claim for compensation is subsequently he employing agency to buy back the leave approved, the employee may arrange with t used and have the leave reinstated. Reference 20 CFR 10.202 and 10.310 Pay Code 025 - Annual Leave in Lieu of Sick Leave - Used An employee entitled to use sick leave may request that such time be charged to annual leave. A client agency may allow retroactive substitution of sick leave for annual leave if the employee retires or dies in the same year in which the leave is taken, and a timely request is made. This substitution of leave is at the discretion of the client agency and depends upon the circumstances of each case. Reference CG B-191076, June 12, 1978. Annual leave may not be substituted for sick leave previously granted and documented where the substitution is solely for the purpose of avoiding forfeiture of annual leave. Reference 38 CG 354 . Annual leave may be substituted for advanced sick leave. Reference 37 CG 439 . Pay Code 02F - Annual Advanced Leave - Used (Leave Share ONLY) If an employee is currently a leave share recipient and has requested advanced annual leave to be used for leave share purposes, use Pay Code LS1 for advanced annual leave used. Use Pay Code 02F if advanced annual leave used is unrelated to the Leave Share. NOTE: Post “Y” on the Advance Leave area on the T&A entry screen and indicate the number of hours and type of leave to be advanced on the “pop-up” screen. Annual leave that will be earned during the leave year may be advanced in accordance employee can be advanced a maximum of the with client agency policy. Usually, an amount they will accrue from the time (pay period) the leave is granted until the end of the leave year. For example, if there ar e three pay periods left in the year, and an employee is in the four hour annual leave category, that employee can only be advanced a maximum of 12 hours of annual leave. Upon separation from Federal service, empl oyees are indebted for any advanced leave that was used, but not earned prior to separation. The employee shall surrender the cash value of leave advanced, or the amount due for the advanced leave will be collected in accordance with client agency policy. A refund is not required in the case of a disability retirement or separation by death or disability (supported by medical certificate) or entrance on active military duty with restoration rights. Compensatory time Chapter 4 Page 4 - 6 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

26 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division granted in lieu of overtime may not be used to offset a balance of advanced annual leave. Reference 45 CG 243 . eu of Family - Adopt - Used Pay Code AFA - Annual Leave in Li An employee may substitute annual leave consistent with current law and regulations governing the granting and use of annual leave for any or all of the total of 12 administrative workweeks of unpaid leave during any 12-month period for the adoption or foster care of a child. The AFA (FML) entitlement may begin prior to or on the actual date of adoption or foster care, and expires no later than 12 months after the date of adoption (unless a serious health condition exists) in accordance with FML policy, even if all 12 workweeks have not been taken at the time and/or additional annual leave is available. Pay Code AFB - Annual Leave in Li eu of Family - Birth - Used An employee may substitute annual leave consistent with current law and regulations governing the granting and use of annual leave for any or all of the total of 12 administrative work weeks of unpaid leave during any 12 month period for the birth of a child of the employee and the initial care of the child. The AFB (FML) entitlement may begin prior to or on the actual date of birth, and expires no later than 12 months after the date of birth (unless a serious health condition exists) in accordance with FML policy, even if all 12 workweeks have not been taken at the time and/or additional annual leave is available. of Family - Family Illness - Used Pay Code AFF - Annual Leave in Lieu An employee may substitute annual leave consistent with current law and regulations governing the granting and use of annual leave for any or all of the total of 12 administrative workweeks of unpaid leave during any 12-month period to provide care for a spouse, son, daughter, parent, parent-in-law, an individual who stands in loco parentis, or an individual related by blood or affinity whose close association with the employee is the equivalent of spouse, son, daughter, or parent. The AFF (FML) entitlement begins with the date the employee first takes annual leave in lieu of FML and continues for a 12-month period in accordance with FML policy, even if all 12 workweeks have not been taken at that time and/or additional annual leave is available. Pay Code AFS - Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used An employee may substitute annual leave consistent with current law and regulations governing the granting and use of annual leave for any or all of the total of 12 administrative workweeks of unpaid leave during any 12-month period for a serious health condition of the employee that makes the employee unable to perform the essential functions of their position. The AFS (FML) entitlement begins with the date the employee first takes annual leave in lieu of FML and continues for a 12-month period in accordance with FML policy, even if all 12 workweeks have not been taken at that time and/or additional annual leave is available. Chapter 4 Page 4 - 7 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

27 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Pay Code 081 - Restored Annual Leave - Used Annual leave which was requested and approved following the guidelines of the client agency, but was forfeited due to administrative error, exigency of public business, or illness may usually be restored to the employee. Annual leave restored must be scheduled and used no later than the end of the leave year ending 2 years from: Reference 5 U.S. Code 6304(d). the date of restoration of annual leave forfeited because of administrative error. • • the date fixed by the agency head or a designated official as the termination date of the exigency of the public business which resulted in forfeiture of the annual leave. • the date the employee is determined to be recovered and able to return to duty if the leave was forfeited because of sickness. Restored annual leave is held in a special account, separate from the normal annual leave. Policies regarding the use of annual leave vs. restored annual leave are determined by the client agency. Pay Code 08A - Restored Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Adopt - Used An employee may substitute restored annual leave consistent with current law and regulations governing the granting and use of annual leave for any or all of the total of 12 administrative workweeks of unpaid leave during any 12 month period for the adoption or foster care of a child. The 08A (FML) entitlement may begin prior to or on the actual date of adoption or foster care, and expires no later than 12 months after the date of adoption (unless a serious health condition exists) in accordance with FML policy, even if all 12 workweeks have not been taken at the time and/or additional restored annual leave is available. Pay Code 08B - Restored Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used An employee may substitute restored annual leave consistent with current law and regulations governing the granting and use of annual leave for any or all of the total of 12 administrative workweeks of unpaid leave during any 12 month period for the birth of a child of the employee and the initial care of the child. The 08B (FML) entitlement may begin prior to or on the actual date of birth, and expires no later than 12 months after the date of birth (unless a serious health condition exists) in accordance with FML policy, even if all 12 workweeks have not been taken at the time and/or additional restored annual leave is available. Chapter 4 Page 4 - 8 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

28 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Pay Code 08F - Restored Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Family Illness Used An employee may substitute restored annual leave consistent with current law and regulations governing the granting and use of annual leave for any or all of the total of 12 administrative workweeks of unpaid leave during any 12 month period to provide care for a spouse, son, daughter, or parent who has a serious health condition. The 08F (FML) entitlement begins with the date the employee first takes restored annual leave in lieu of FML and continues for a 12 month period in accordance with FML policy, even if all 12 workweeks have not been taken at that time and/or additional restored annual leave is available. Pay Code 08S - Restored Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Medical Self Used An employee may substitute restored annual leave consistent with current law and regulations governing the granting and use of annual leave for any or all of the total of 12 administrative workweeks of unpaid leave during any 12 month period for a serious health condition of the employee that makes the employee unable to perform the essential functions of their positions. The 08S (FML) entitlement begins with the date the employee first takes restored annual leave in lieu of FML and continues for a 12 month period in accordance with FML policy, even if all 12 workweeks have not been taken at that time and/or additional restored annual leave is available. Chapter 4 Page 4 - 9 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

29 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division CHAPTER 5 – CHANGE OF STATION Pay Code COS – Change of Station Leave - Used The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Difference List #76, 77, and 78 grants Change of Station Leave to all their employees. Change of Station Leave (COS) used is granted in 15 minute increments. Employees are allowed two years to take COS or a ceiling of 96 hours, whichever comes first. Once the balance of 96 hours or two years from the beginning date is reached, charges to COS will not be allowed. Chapter 5 Page 5 – 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

30 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 6: COMPENSATORY TIME Pay Code 040 - Compensatory Time - Earned General Schedule employees may be compensated for irregular or occasional overtime work by overtime pay, or compensatory time off in place of overtime pay. Wage grade employees may also be compensated with compensatory time as defined in . Authorized compensatory time is earned in 15 minute increments. 5 U.S. Code 5342(2) The expiration of compensatory time earned is determined by the client agency. Conversion to paid overtime may be necessary due to workload, staffing, etc. Nonexempt employees are automatically paid for expired compensatory time the pay period after the compensatory time expires. Administrative approval is required for for expired compensatory time. exempt employees to receive pay Payable Rate An employee whose rate of basic compensation is at or below the maximum scheduled rate for GS-10 must be paid for overtime worked unless the employee elects to receive Reference 5 U.S. Code 5543 . An exempt compensatory time instead of overtime pay. employee whose rate of basic compensati on is above the maximum scheduled rate for GS-10 may be paid for overtime worked or be given compensatory time. If an exempt employee elects compensatory time in lieu of overtime and exceeds the maximum number of overtime hours that may be paid in a pay period, the compensatory time hours earned will be cut back to the bi-weekly maximum allowable amount. Such compensatory time hours entered on a T&A which exceed the maximum payable will be dropped during the calculate process. Reference aggregate salary limitation for GS employees 5 U.S. Code 5547 . Restrictions shall not be granted Compensatory time off from duty in place of overtime pay for regularly scheduled overtime hours - overtime pa y is required. Compensatory time may not be granted: for any overtime worked when payment for such overtime worked is prohibited by • the aggregate salary limitation. • for overtime worked by Prevailing Rate (Wage) employees (exception: compensatory time off is allowed for wage employees on flexible work schedules or compressed work schedules). Reference 5 U.S. Code 6123 . Compensatory time off is allowed for all wage employees as directed by agency policy. 5 U.S. Code 5543, as amended . • to employees who are required to work during a period when other Federal employees are excused from duty by an Executive Order which does not declare the day (or part of a day) a holiday. Reference 25 CG 255 and 43 CG 501 . • to employees covered by the FLSA if excluded by agency policy. Chapter 6 Page 6- 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

31 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Accumulation/Carryover Employees may carry over and accumulate co mpensatory time from pay period to pay period where workload or other valid considerations delay their use of it, subject to limitations established by agency policy. However, when due to reasons beyond the control of the employee, compensatory time off is not taken prior to separation and no extension of the date is granted, overtime compensation should be paid. . Some agencies require authorization to pay expired compensatory Reference CG 75D time for exempt employees. Pay Code 041 - Compensatory Time - Used Compensatory time off may be taken in minimum periods of 15 minutes or multiples thereof. Usually, compensatory time earned after return to duty shall not be credited as an offset against a balance of advanced annual or sick leave. Reference 45 CG 243 . mpensatory Time - Used Pay Code 043 - Religious Co Compensatory time off shall be granted to an employee requesting such time off for religious observances when it is required by an employee’s personal religious beliefs to abstain from work during certain periods of the workday or workweek. Compensatory time off to meet the employee’s religi ous obligation may be disapproved by an agency only if such time off would interfere with efficiently carrying out the mission of the agency. This compensatory time may be taken in minimum periods of 15 minutes or multiples thereof. If religious compensatory time has not been earned prior to its use, a negative balance will be maintained in the employee’s leave account until the time is earned. All employees may be granted use of this type of compensatory time. mpensatory Time - Earned Pay Code 045 - Religious Co A special type of compensatory time allows a Federal employee to elect to work compensatory overtime for the purpose of taking time off without charge to leave when personal religious beliefs require that the employee abstain from work during certain periods of the workday or workweek. This compensatory overtime may be earned in minimum periods of 15 minutes or multiples thereof. As this overtime may be worked before or after the use of Religious Compensatory Time - Used, a negative balance will be maintained in the employee’s leave account until the time is earned. All employees may earn Religious Compensatory Time, as it is not subject to the maximum aggregate salary limitation, and does not expire. Reference Public Law 95-390 . Chapter 6 Page 6- 2 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

32 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division When an employee separates from Federal Service or is transferred to another agency, the employee must be compensated for compensatory time to his/her credit in this special account. Such payment is at the applicable hourly rate of basic pay (not overtime pay) in effect at the time the work was performed. me Off for Travel - Earned Pay Code 046 – Compensatory Ti An employee is entitled to earn compensatory time off for time in a travel status away from the employee’s official duty station when the travel time is not otherwise 5 U.S. Code 5550b and 5 CFR part 550. An employee compensable as defined in cannot earn compensatory time off for travel if the employee is being paid for a holiday, unless the compensatory time is earned outside the tour-of-duty. Part-time employees the employee has not exceeded 8 hours per can earn travel compensatory time even if day or 40 hours per week and it is outside their normal tour of duty. Wage grade (prevailing rate) and SES employees are not eligible for compensatory travel time. Authorized compensatory time is earned in 15 minute increments. me Off for Travel - Used Pay Code 047 – Compensatory Ti Compensatory time off may be used when the employee is granted time off from his or her scheduled tour of duty established for leave purposes as defined in 5 CFR 550.1406 . Authorized compensatory time is used in 15 minute increments. Authorized compensatory time is earned in 15 minute increments. Compensatory Time Off for th Travel will expire at the end of the 26 pay period after the pay period during which it was credited. If an employee does not use the earned compensatory time off within 26 pay periods after it is credited, he or she must forfeit the compensatory time. Pay Code 048 - Compensatory Time - Callback United States Park Police shall be compensated for overtime work by compensatory time off for not less than two hours for a first appearance in court (on a duty day only) or a callback to duty on other than the employee’s day off. Authorized compensatory time is earned in 15 minute increments. Pay Code TCE – True Compensatory Time Earned FAA only Federal Aviation Administration bargaining unit employees earn True Compensatory Time (TCE) at 1 ½ times the actual hourly rate, even though they are Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) exempt employees. FAA employees, with the exception of pay or biweekly cap for TCE. plans FG and FM, do not have an hourly True Compensatory Time Earned will count towards the maximum 160-hour limit for Department of Transportation, FAA. Chapter 6 Page 6- 3 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

33 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 7: CREDIT HOURS Pay Code 230 - Credit Hours - Earned Employees on a flexible work schedule may be compensated when performing additional work outside the regular tour of duty by accumulating credit hours. Credit hours are defined as hours of work within the tour of duty which are in excess of an employee’s basic work requirement and which the employee elects to work so as to vary the length of a workday or a weekend. Credit hours do not expire. Credit hours can be earned in 15 minute increments or multiples thereof, or as determined by the client agency. Subject to any limitation prescribed by the Office of a full-time employee on a flexible Personnel Management or the employing agency, work schedule can accumulate a maximum of 24 credit hours. Part-time employees can accumulate a maximum of one-fourth of the hours in their biweekly work requirement during their regularly established tour of duty. Part-time employees are not required to work eight hours in a day or 40 hours in a week to earn credit hours. . Reference 5 U.S. Code 6126 Pay Code 231 - Credit Hours - Used Credit hours may be requested and used in lieu of other types of excused paid leave in accordance with the policies of the client agency. Credit hours can be used in 15 minute increments or multiples thereof, or as determined by the client agency. Upon separation or transfer from an agency, an employee will receive the basic rate of pay for all credit hours in their account. Addi tionally, any employee who is on a flexible work schedule program under 5 U.S. Code 6122 and who is no longer subject to such a Reference 5 U.S. Code 6126 . program shall be paid at their current rate of basic pay. Pay Code 238 – Travel Cr edit Hours – Earned Department of Transportation employees in pay plan FV with bargaining unit status codes 0062 and 0064 are allowed to accrue Travel Credit Hours (238) equal to each hour of time spent in a travel status outside the employee’s scheduled tour of duty. Travel Credit Hours can be earned and used on any work schedule. There is no limit on the number of hours that may be accrued or ca rried over from one pay period to another. Unused Travel Credit Hours are not paid out to the employee. Chapter 7 Page 7 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

34 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 8: ENVIRONMENTAL/HAZARD PAY Additional monetary compensation is paid to GS employees for the performance of hazardous duty or duty involving physical har dship not usually involved in carrying out . Reference 5 U.S. Code 5545 (d) and 5 CFR 550.903 the duties of his/her position. The additional percentage for the GS employee is paid for ALL hours in pay status on the day of exposure. Additional monetary compensation is paid to the Prevailing Rate (Wage) employees for the performance of work involving unusually severe working conditions or unusually severe hazards. The additional percentage is determined by (1) actual exposure time to the hazardous condition; or (2) all hours in pay status on the day of exposure. Reference 5 CFR 532.511 . Coding Regular Pay Codes (010, 110, etc.) and Environmental/ Hazard Together On Same T&A Line The alpha Environmental/Hazard (Env/Haz) Codes listed in the tables on page 7-3 can be recorded on the time sheet with the Pay Code under which the hazard work was performed, e.g., Pay Code 010 for regularly scheduled time and Pay Code 110 for overtime, etc., for the number of hours actually worked under the hazardous condition. The codes are entered in the Env/Haz column of the T&A. The system will automatically generate the proper pay entitlement based on the recorded alpha Hazard Code for actual exposure time (Wage only), or ALL hours in pay status for the day of exposure when appropriate codes are used (Wage and GS em ployees). All pay entitlements, e.g., regular time, overtime, hazard pay, will be charged to the recorded cost structure (common account number) of the regular or overtime hours. DO NOT use the 090 pay code series on the same days you code the T&A with regular pay codes. Coding Regular Pay Codes and Environmental/Hazard Pay Codes (090 – 098) On Separate T&A Lines When it is necessary to charge the hazard pay entitlement to a special or separate cost structure (common account number) OTHER than the employee’s regular number, this can be accomplished by recording Pay Code 090 - 098 for all hours to be paid at the exposure time on the time sheet. In this type of situation, it would be necessary to record the regularly scheduled tour as usual, Pay Code 010, 020, 030, etc. Record overtime hours to Pay Code 110, etc. (or Compensatory Time to Pay Code 040). In addition to these codes, record all hours to be paid to environmental/hazard to the appropriate pay code in the 090-098 series, with the applicable alpha Hazard Code and the appropriate environmental/hazard cost structure. Refer to the following coding chart on page 8-2 for proper use of the 090 series pay codes. Chapter 8 Page 8 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

35 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Applicable Regular Env/Hazard (E/H) When To Use Who Pay Codes Pay Code 090-E/H Differential To pay E/H entitlement for regular GS or 010, 012, TRN hours the employee actually WG worked To pay E/H entitlement for “non- 020, 02F, AFA, AFB, AFF, AFS, 024, GS or 091-E/H Diff. Not Worked WG 025, LS1, LS3, LSA, LSB, LSF, LSS, worked” hours when the situation 030, 03F, SFA, SFB, SFS, 034, 038, calls to pay the entitlement for all BOU, FFI, FFF, FL2, FLA, FLB, FLF, regular hours in a pay status. This includes entitlement for FLM, 041, 043, 06A, 060, 061, 068, holiday not worked 069, ALR, 070, 072, 074, 081, 08A, 08B, 08F, 08S, 083, 085, 16A - 16L, 16N, 16Q, 16S, 16U, 16W, 16Y, 166, 168, 211, VFA, VFB, VFF, VFS, 213, 215, 218, PFA, PFB, PFF, PFS, 231, 30C, and 050 111, 11U, 116, 092-E/H Diff. To pay E/H entitlement for WG WG 040, 045, 048, 110, employees’ OT/Comp Time hours. 118, 119, 120, 124, 125, 127 and Overtime Worked be used for WG This code MUST GS in order for the correct OT hazard hourly rate to be calculated and paid. GS employees may be coded using 092 or 090 for their OT/Comp hazard hours. The calculated rate is the same for them. 093-E/H Diff. 049, 112, 12A, 128 Code is system-generated for OT GS / WG or Comp callback hours not Overtime, Not posted. Worked E/H entitlement for WG WG To pay 121, 122, 049, 156 094-E/H Diff. Sunday Overtime employees for hazard OT performed on a Sunday. The calculation will be the same if you code 094 or 092. 123 Code is system-generated for OT 095-E/H Diff. Sunday GS / hazard to be paid for all hours in Overtime Not Worked WG pay status when there is also leave coded. 096-E/H Diff. Holiday To pay E/H entitlement to WG WG 051, 055 employees on a holiday worked. NOT GS employees are not entitled to GS E/H on holiday worked hours, only holiday not-worked (091) hours. 097-E/H Diff. Holiday WG 052 Code is system-generated for holiday hazard callback hours not Not Worked posted. WG To pay E/H entitlement on Sunday 140 098-E/H Diff. Sunday Premium premium hours. Not allowed for NOT GS employees. GS Note: The Office of Personnel Management issued guidance on the payment of Hazar dous Duty Pay in their web site as follows: 5 U.S. Code 5545 (c) (1) & (2) and 5545a (c) authorizes pa yment of annual premium for regularly scheduled standby duty, administratively uncontrollable over time work (AUO), and availability pay, instead of some other types of premium pay, including hazardous duty pay. Thus, haz ardous duty pay may not be paid for hours of work for which an employee is paid these types of premium pay. The employee may be paid haz ardous duty pay only for those hours of work that are not paid for with standby, AUO, or availability pay. Chapter 8 Page 8 - 2 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

36 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division The employee may be paid hazardous duty pay only for those hours of work that are not paid with standby, AUO, or availability pay. Environmental/Hazard EXPOSURE TABLES Payment % for Actual Exposure Time Code A 5 4 B C 6 8 D 15 F H 25 J 50 K $1.00 Per Hour L $.20 Per Hour (Reclamation ONLY) M 100 N 200 Payment % for All Hours in a Pay Status for the Day Code O 175 4 P $.52 Per Hour (BIA ONLY) Q R 8 T 10 U 15 V 25 X 50 Y 100 Chapter 8 Page 8 - 3 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

37 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 9: FAMILY FRIENDLY LEAVE Reference PL 103-388 The Family Friendly Leave Act (FFL) expands the use of sick leave by permitting full-time employees to use a total of up to 104 hours of sick leave each leave year for care of a family member or for bereavem ent purposes, and up to 480 hours of sick leave with a serious health condition. Part-time each leave year for care of a family member employees or employees with uncommon tours of duty are allowed to use the number of accrued during a leave year. Reference 5 CFR 630.401 . hours of sick leave normally FFL may be taken to: • provide care for a family member (spouse, children and spouses thereof, brothers and sisters and spouses thereof, parents, parents-in-law, any individual related by blood or affinity whose close association with the employee is the equivalent of a family relationship) as a re sult of physical or mental illness, injury, pregnancy, child birth, or medical, dental, or optical examinations or treatment. • make arrangements necessitated by the death of a family member or attend the funeral of a family member. If the number of hours of work in an employee’s tour of duty changes during the leave year, the employee’s entitlement to use sick leave to care for a family member or for bereavement purposes must be recalculated based on the new tour of duty. The following calculation (part-time or uncommon tour of duty) and table provides guidelines for determining the number or hours/days available to part-time employees through FFL: A part-time employee, or an employee with an uncommon tour of duty who maintains a sick leave balance equal to at least twice the average number of hours of work in the employee’s scheduled tour of duty each week can use an amount equal to the number of hours of sick leave normally accrued by the employee during a leave year. TOD S/L Balance Maintained Can Use + Additional = Maximum PT - 32 hours/week If > or = to 64 hours 32 hours 352 hours 384 hours PT - 32 hours/week 32 hours --- 32 hours If < 64 hours PT - 24 hours/week If > or = to 48 hours 24 hours 264 hours 288 hours Chapter 9 Page 9 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

38 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division The Family Friendly Leave Act expanded the use of sick leave by permitting full-time employees to use a total of up to 12 administrative work weeks (480 hours) of ily member with a serious health condition. sick leave each leave year for care of a fam Employees with a part-time schedule or uncommon tour of duty may use an amount equal to 12 times the average number of hours in his or her scheduled tour of duty each week. The term “serious health condition” has the same meaning as used in OPM’s regulation for administering the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA), reference 5 CFR 630.1202. The term “serious health condition” is not intended to cover short-term conditions for which treatment and recovery are very brief. The T&A Record should be coded using Pay Code FFI up to 480 hours. The timekeeper will need to maintain manual records to ensure that the regulatory maximums are not exceeded for each type of illness. Pay Code FFF - Family Friendly - Funeral - Used An employee may use FFF to make arrangemen ts necessitated by the death of a family member or attend the funeral of a family member or for bereavement purposes. The maximum allowable days/hours may be determined through the formula provided on page 9-1. Pay Code FFI - Family Frie ndly - Family Illness - Used An employee may use FFI to provide care for a family member (spouse, children, brothers, sisters, parents, parents-in-law, any individual related by blood or affinity whose close association with the employee is the equivalent of a family relationship) as a result of physical or mental illness, injury, pregnancy, child birth, or medical, dental, or optical examinations or treatment. The maximum allowable days/hours may be determined through the formula provided. Page 9 - 2 Chapter 9 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

39 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 10: FAMILY MEDICAL LEAVE Reference PL 103-3 The Family and Medical Leave Act (FML) of 1993 provides eligible Federal employees with entitlement to invoke under FML a total of 12 administrative work weeks of unpaid leave during any 12 month period for the following family and medical needs: The birth and initial care of a child of an employee. • • The placement and initial care of a child with the employee for or foster adoption care. The care of a family member limited to a spouse, son, daughter, or parent of • the employee, if such person has a serious health condition. A serious health condition of the employee unable to perform the essential • functions of their position. FML is in addition to annual leave, sick l eave, advanced annual or sick leave, other leave without pay available to the employee through the Voluntary Leave Share Transfer program, and compensatory time off or credit hours available to the employee. An employee may also substitute paid leave for FML, consistent with 5 CFR 630.1205. Compensatory time off or credit hours do not meet the criteria for such substitution. Additionally, the employee has the right to retain their original position. In the exceptional case where returning the employee to the same position would impose a hardship on the agency, the employee may be returned to an equivalent position with equivalent benefits, pay, status, and other terms and conditions of employment. Eligibility Title 1 employees (currently serving under a temporary or intermittent appointment) covered under the Act must: • have at least 12 months of Federal service which may or may not be consecutive. • have at least 1,250 hours of Federal service during the 12 month period immediately preceding the commencement of FML. • be part-time employees who do not have an established regular tour of duty during the administrative workweek. • employees serving under an intermittent appointment or temporary appointment with a time limitation of one year or less who also meet the eligibility requirement. Chapter 10 Page 10 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

40 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Title 2 employees (employees other than listed above) covered under the Act must: • have at least 12 months of Federal service which may be neither recent nor consecutive and may include service under temporary and/or intermittent appointments. Additionally, up to six months of leave without pay is creditable towards meeting the 12-month service requirement. Restrictions An employee is not entitled to 12 additional administrative workweeks of leave • until the previous 12 month period ends and an event or situation occurs that entitles the employee to another period of FML. A continuation of a previous situation may be the basis for 12 additional workweeks of FML after the initial or previous period ends. • An employee shall take only the amount of FML that is necessary to manage the circumstances that prompted the need for the leave. Usually, FML for the birth of a child or for adoption can not be taken intermittently • or on a reduced leave schedule unless the employee has obtained approval by the appropriate individual within the client agency. • If an employee on FML exceeds 365 days in a non-pay status, the employee must pay their premiums on a current basis in order to continue health benefits coverage. • An employee may not retroactively substitute paid time off for FML. Substitution of Leave An employee must notify the supervisor of the intent to substitute paid time off for FML. eeks of FML and is not in addition to it. Substituted paid leave counts toward the 12 w A supervisor may not require an employee to substitute paid time off for FML. An employee’s right to substitute paid time off for any or all of the period of FML may not be denied as long as the request is in accordance with governing regulations. The following leave types may be substituted for FML: • Accrued annual or sick leave under Chapter 63 of Title 5, U.S. Code, consistent with current laws and regulations governing the granting and use of annual or sick leave. • Advanced annual or sick leave approv ed under the same terms and conditions that apply to all employees who request advanced annual or sick leave. Chapter 10 Page 10 - 2 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

41 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Leave made available to an employee through the Voluntary Leave Transfer • Program consistent with 5 CFR 630, Subparts I and J. The following pay code table lists the leave codes for FML: Family Medical Leave Codes Leave Type Birth Family Illness Adopt Pays Medical Self Annual Leave AFB AFF AFS Yes AFA 10A 10B 10F 10S No Leave Without Pay Leave Share *** LSB LSF LSS Yes Personal Leave * PFA PFF PFS Yes PFB Sick Leave SFB ** SFS Yes SFA Vacation Leave * VFA VFB VFF VFS Yes * Bureau of Indian Affairs Educators ONLY ** See Page 8-2. Employee is entitled to a maximum of 480 hours for serious family health condition under FFL. If sick leave is desired for family illness, use pay code FFI under FFL regulations . *** Adoption is not considered an emergency, therefore, leave share cannot be used. Chapter 10 Page 10 - 3 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

42 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 11: FECA/COP Pay Code 160 - FECA/ COP - Paid (1st Occurrence) Under the Federal Employee’s Compensation Act (FECA), employees who sustain a disabling job-related traumatic injury are entitled to Continuation of Pay (COP) for a period not to exceed 45 calendar days from the date of injury. Employees have 45 days after the injury date to begin using COP. The beginning date is determined as follows: • Pay Code 160 should be reported on the first full day or shift following the date of injury. If the incident occurred during the day, the fraction of the day following the incident is charged to administrative leave (060). If the employee stops work for only a portion of a day or shift (other than the day • or shift when the disability begins), that day or shift will be considered as one calendar day. Code the actual number of hours used and those hours will count as a full day. • ed as a result of the injury, the 45 days If the employee is not immediately disabl will begin on the first full day or shift when the disability begins. Employees have 45 days after the first date of return to begin using remaining COP. Code the T&A Record with the actual number of hours absent. Less than the full number of hours scheduled will count as a full day. The 45 day continuation of pay does not affect within grade increases or leave accrued. Employees on FECA/COP are eligible to receive Holiday Worked and premium pay (e.g., night or shift differential, holiday worked (pay code 051), and regularly scheduled (Holidays that overtime) if those days are part of the regularly scheduled tour of duty. fall within a period of FECA/COP should be coded to pay code 160). Questions concerning provisions of the Federal Employee’s Compensation Act and accident reporting should be directed to the appropriate Safety or Personnel Office of the client agency. FPPS can record and store up to 11 additional FECA/COP - Paid occurrences. The guidelines for recording the following FECA/COP codes are the same as for Pay Code 160. Additional pay codes are as follows: 164 - FECA/COP - Paid (2nd Occurrence) 166 - FECA/COP - Paid (3rd Occurrence) 168 - FECA/COP - Paid (4th Occurrence) 16L - FECA/COP - Paid (5th Occurrence) 16N - FECA/COP - Paid (6th Occurrence) 16Q - FECA/COP - Paid (7th Occurrence) 16S - FECA/COP - Paid (8th Occurrence) 16U - FECA/COP - Paid (9th Occurrence) 16W - FECA/COP - Paid (10th Occurrence) 16Y - FECA/COP - Paid (11th Occurrence) Chapter 11 Page 11 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

43 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Pay Code 161 - FECA/COP - U npaid (1st occurrence) When periods of unpaid time (non work days) fall within a period of paid FECA/COP leave, Pay Code 161 should be entered on the T&A for those unpaid days. For example, if the employee is on FECA/COP leave the last day of their workweek (normally Friday) and the FECA/COP continues through the first day of the next work week (normally Monday), Pay Code 161 should be entered on the weekend days. Though payment is not made when using FECA/COP - Unpaid pay codes, it does count toward the 45 day limit. FPPS can record and store up to 11 additional FECA/COP- Unpaid occurrences. The guidelines for recording the following FECA/COP codes are the same as for Pay Code 161. Additional codes are as follows: 165 - FECA/COP - Unpaid (2nd Occurrence) 167 - FECA/COP - Unpaid (3rd Occurrence) 169 - FECA/COP - Unpaid (4th Occurrence) 16M - FECA/COP - Unpaid (5th Occurrence) 16P - FECA/COP - Unpaid (6th Occurrence) 16R - FECA/COP - Unpaid (7th Occurrence) 16T - FECA/COP - Unpaid (8th Occurrence) 16V - FECA/COP - Unpaid (9th Occurrence) 16X - FECA/COP - Unpaid (10th Occurrence) 16Z - FECA/COP - Unpaid (11th Occurrence) Pay Code 162 - FECA/OW CP - 1st Occurrence This pay code is used to record the number of work days the employee receives compensation from the Department of Labor, O ffice of Worker’s Compensation Program (OWCP) subsequent to the 45 day continuation of pay, or due to occurrences of occupational disease. This time is paid and controlled by OWCP upon approval by them, as opposed to being paid by the employee’s agency. This pay code is used until the employee is re leased by the OWCP and either returns to duty or is separated by the employing agenc y. Holidays occurring during payment of FECA/OWCP are coded to Pay Code 162. Chapter 11 Page 11 - 2 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

44 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division FPPS can record and store up to 11 additional FECA/OWCP - Occurrences. The guidelines for recording the following FECA/OWCP codes are the same as for Pay Code 162. Additional codes are as follows: DL2 - FECA/OWCP - (2nd Occurrence) DL3 - FECA/OWCP - (3rd Occurrence) DL4 - FECA/OWCP - (4th Occurrence) DL5 - FECA/OWCP - (5th Occurrence) DL6 - FECA/OWCP - (6th Occurrence) DL7 - FECA/OWCP - (7th Occurrence) DL8 - FECA/OWCP - (8th Occurrence) DL9 - FECA/OWCP - (9th Occurrence) DLA - FECA/OWCP - (10th Occurrence) DLB - FECA/OWCP - (11th Occurrence) OP - Light Duty - Paid (1st Occurrence) Pay Code 16A - FECA/C These pay codes are used to record hours of work performed by an employee having a light duty assignment following an on-the-job injury and a personnel action (SF-50) is processed to reflect a change in salary. These are paid COP hours and differ from the FECA/COP pay codes in only one way; they indicate that the employee was performing work on light duty rather than not performing work at all for FLSA entitlement purposes. These hours of paid time while on light duty are counted toward the 45 calendar day limit. Additional pay codes are as follows: 16B - FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (2nd Occurrence) 16C - FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (3rd Occurrence) 16D - FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (4th Occurrence) 16E - FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (5th Occurrence) 16F - FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (6th Occurrence) 16G - FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (7th Occurrence) 16H - FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (8th Occurrence) 16I - FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (9th Occurrence) 16J - FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (10th Occurrence) 16K - FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (11th Occurrence) These pay codes are to be used only if a personnel action is completed to change pay rate. Chapter 11 Page 11 - 3 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

45 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 12: FURLOUGH Pay Code 103 - Furlough - Used A furlough action is the placement of an employee in a temporary non-duty and non-pay status on a continuous basis (e.g., ten consecutive days) or a non-continuous basis (e.g., one day per week) due to lack of work, shortage of funds, insufficient personnel ceiling, military duty, or for other non-disciplinary reasons. An employee may be furloughed for up to one year. The one-year limit begins the day after the notice period ends and when the furlough begins. A SF-50 must be initiated for a furlough. Employees hired under a type of appointment referred to as “Career Seasonal”, or “Limited Year”, and employees furloughed with a “Not to Exceed” date, will be placed in the required non-pay status as determined by the client agency. For the full-time employee each accumulation of 80 hours of non-pay (including non-duty, career-seasonal and furlough) in a leave year reduces the sick and annual leave accruals in the pay period in which the 80th hour of non-pay status occurs. The number of hours of leave reduced is equal to the number of leave hours earned in a pay period. If the employee is in a six hour leave category, and the 80th hour of non-pay status occurs in the last pay period of the calendar year, the annual leave accrual will be reduced by ten hours, and the sick leave accrual by four hours. Within grade increases, and other actions based on hours/days in pay status may also be affected by the non-pay hours. Chapter 12 Page 12 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

46 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 13: HOLIDAY PAY ay - Not Worked Pay Code 050 - Holid When a holiday falls on a workday in a full-time or part-time employee’s basic workweek, that workday is the employee’s holiday. Use Pay Code 050 to record holiday hours which are included in the employee’s regularly scheduled tour of duty. Additionally, hours reported under this pay code are used to determine the number of “hours of work” for overtime FLSA entitlements. This pay code may not be used for employees on an intermittent work schedule. may or may not receive “in lieu of” holiday pay for the number of Part-time employees hours they were scheduled to work that day, dependent on the policy of the employing agency. . The Reference 5 U.S. Code 6103(b) and Executive Order 11582 Comptroller General has issued an opinion that favors the practice of excusing part-time employees for the designated “in li eu of” holiday granted to full-time employees on days falling within the part-time employee’s regularly scheduled work week. . If the holiday falls on their day off, they do not Reference CG B-214156, May 29, 1984 receive holiday pay. Under the one-year appointment of students hired under the STEP program, they are entitled to holiday pay if the holiday is part of the regular tour of duty. They are paid for the number of hours that they were scheduled to work on that day. Those students who are scheduled to work full-time during their school vacations receive full-time pay for any holidays that may occur during these vacation periods (e.g. Christmas and New Years). Full-time employees on either a tour of duty receive up to eight first forty or a maxi flex hours of holiday pay, regardless of the num ber of work hours normally worked on that day of the week. If a part-time employee on a maxiflex tour of duty has maintained a reasonably consistent work schedule for several pay periods, the employee may be paid for the number of hours he/she would have worked ( not to exceed 8 hours) except for the holiday. Employees on a compressed work schedule receive holiday pay for the number of hours scheduled for that day. For the full-time employee if the holiday falls on the regularly scheduled day off, either the day immediately preceding or following the holiday is usually granted as the holiday. If the holiday falls on the part-time employee’ s day off, they do not receive holiday pay. When a holiday is surrounded by leave without pay before and after, the holiday is coded to leave without pay (pay code 101). Chapter 13 Page 13 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

47 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Pay Code 051 - Holiday - Worked Holiday work hours (eight hours or less) for GS employees are paid at the basic rate of day not worked. An employee assigned to pay in addition to the pay received for holi work the holiday is entitled to holiday pay for at least two hours of holiday worked. Reference 5 CFR 550.131(c) . A full-time or part-time GS employee under a compressed work schedule is entitled to their basic rate of pay for the work that is not in excess of their scheduled tour for that day. Work in excess of the employee’s scheduled tour should be coded as overtime or compensatory time. Intermittent employees working on a holiday receive their basic pay rate. Hourly employees are compensated for work performed on a holiday which falls within their regularly scheduled tour of duty at a rate provided in union contracts. Pay Code 055 - Holiday - Callback GS employees who either are required to perform holiday duty, or are called back on a Intermittent holiday, are entitled to a minimum of two hours of premium pay. employees working on a holiday receive their basic pay rate only for the hours actually worked. Hourly employees are compensated for work performed on a holiday which falls within their regularly scheduled tour of duty at a rate provided in union contracts. Chapter 13 Page 13 - 2 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

48 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 14: HOME LEAVE Pay Code 085 - Home Leave - Used Home leave is earned by service abroad for use in the United States, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or in Territories or possessions of the United States. Home leave is in addition to any other type of leave, and is accrued automatically by FPPS based on months of service. Eligibility Except as otherwise authorized by statute, an employee is entitled to home leave only when a basic service period of 24 months of continuous service has been completed, and the employee expects to return to an overseas assignment. For purposes of which is from a given day in one month crediting home leave, a month is a period through the day preceding the numerically corresponding day in the next month. Earning Rate Home leave is earned on a daily rather than an hourly basis. The conditions of employment determine the amount of home l eave earned for each 12 months of service abroad. Home leave may be accumulated without limit, but can not be used as terminal leave nor can a lump sum payment be made for home leave. Absence in a non-pay status up to a maximum of two work weeks within each 12 month period of service abroad is included as service abroad. Non-pay absences for more than two weeks result in home leave months of service being adjusted. Home leave is credited on a monthly basis and is earned at a rate of five, 10, or 15 days for each 12 month period as follows: An employee serving at a post for which a 20% or higher foreign or non foreign • (but not tropical) pay differential is authorized, earns 15 days of home leave for each 12 month period of service. • An employee serving at a post for which at least 10% and less than 20% foreign or non foreign (but not tropical) pay differential is authorized, earns 10 days of home leave for each 12 month period of service. An employee serving abroad who is not in the 15 or 10 day category is eligible to • earn home leave at a rate of five days of home leave for each 12 month period of service. Chapter 14 Page 14 - 1 Sensitive but unclassified Material

49 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Home leave is credited in accordance with the following table: Earning Rate Months of (Days for each 12 months) Service Abroad 5 15 10 EARNED DAYS 1 1 0 0 2 1 2 0 3 2 1 3 5 1 4 3 6 4 2 5 6 5 2 7 7 8 5 2 8 10 6 3 9 11 3 7 12 4 10 8 11 13 9 4 15 12 5 10 An employee who does not return to service abroad subsequent to the use of home leave is indebted for the home leave taken. The Office of Personnel Management authorizes waiver of the refund only for the following reasons: • Failure to return was due to compelling personal reasons of a humanitarian or compassionate nature, such as physical or mental health, or circumstances over which the employee has no control. • The employee’s agency decides that the employee’s return abroad would not be of public interest. • The employee has worked no less that six months on assignment in the United States following the period of leave. When an employee returns to an assignment in the United States, any unused Home Leave remains to the employee’s credit. Chapter 14 Page 14 - 2 Sensitive but unclassified Material

50 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 15: LEAVE SHARE The Voluntary Leave Transfer Program 5 CFR 630.901 The Voluntary Leave Transfer Program (VLTP or Leave Share) allows an employee to donate their unused accrued annual and/or restored annual leave to other employees ergency. The term “Medical Emergency” who need such leave because of a medical em means a medical condition of an employee or a family member of such employee that is likely to require the prolonged absence of such employee from duty (5 U.S. Code 6331). the employee’s Servicing Personnel Office The leave share program is administered by (SPO). Donated Leave Share hours do not expire and do not have to be repaid. Prior to donated leave being used, however, the employ ee must exhaust all available leave balances. For example, in a medical emergency, the employee must deplete their available sick, annual, restored annual leave balances, before using donated leave. In a medical family emergency, the empl oyee must deplete their available annual leave, as well as any sick leave allo wed under the Family Friendly Leave Act, before using donated leave. Reference 5 CFR 630.405 . An employee may make written application to their SPO to become a leave share recipient . Reference 5 U.S. Code 6333 . If the application for leave share is approved by the client agency’s SPO, employees within the client agency may submit a written statement to their SPO, requesting that a specified number of hours of annual leave be transferred from their account to a specified leave recipient. Usually, the leave recipient and donor work for the same agency. The FPPS system automatically tracks the av ailability and use of transferred (shared) leave for both recipients and donors, as input by the SPO. st Pay Code LS1 - Leave Share - Medical Self – Used – 1 Emergency Employees approved for the Leave Share Pr ogram, for a condition or occurrence affecting the employee must use accrued leave (if any) prior to using transferred leave. st Emergency Pay Code LS3 - Leave Share - Family – Used – 1 Employees approved for the Leave Share Pr ogram, for a condition or occurrence affecting the spouse, children, parents, brothers/sisters (and their spouses), or any individual related by blood or affinity whose close association with the employee is the equivalent of a family relationship, must use accrued leave (if any) prior to using transferred leave. Chapter 15 Page 15 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

51 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division nd Medical Self – Used – 2 Emergency Pay Code LS5 - Leave Share - Employees approved for the Leave Share Pr ogram, for a condition or occurrence affecting the employee must use accrued leave (if any) prior to using transferred leave. nd Emergency Pay Code LS7 - Leave Share - Family – Used – 2 ogram, for a condition or occurrence Employees approved for the Leave Share Pr affecting the spouse, children, parents, brothers/sisters (and their spouses), or any individual related by blood or affinity whose close association with the employee is the equivalent of a family relationship, must use accrued leave (if any) prior to using transferred leave. st Emergency Pay Code LSB - Leave Share in Lieu of Family - Birth – Used – 1 ily Medical Leave (FML) and Leave Share Employees must be approved for both Fam prior to using donated leave share hours in lieu of FML. An employee is entitled to a total of 12 administrative work weeks of unpaid leave during any 12 month period for the birth of a child of the employee and the initial care of the child. The LSB (FML) entitlement may begin prior to or on the actual date of birth, and expires no later than 12 months after the date of birth (unless a serious health condition exists), even if all 12 workweeks have not been taken at that time. nd Pay Code LSD - Leave Share in Lieu of Family - Emergency Birth – Used – 2 Employees must be approved for both Fam ily Medical Leave (FML) and Leave Share prior to using donated leave share hours in lieu of FML. An employee is entitled to a total of 12 administrative work weeks of unpaid leave during any 12 month period for the birth of a child of the employee and the initial care of the child. The LSB (FML) entitlement may begin prior to or on the actual date of birth, and expires no later than 12 months after the date of birth (unless a serious health condition exists), even if all 12 workweeks have not been taken at that time. st Pay Code LSF - Leave Share in Lieu of Family - Family Illness – Used – 1 Emergency Employees must be approved for both Fam ily Medical Leave (FML) and Leave Share prior to using donated leave share hours in lieu of FML. An employee is entitled to a total of 12 administrative work weeks of unpaid leave during any 12 month period to provide care for a spouse, son, daughter, or parent of the employee, if such person has a serious health condition. The LSF (FML) entitlement begins with the date the employee first takes LSF (FML) and continues for a 12 month period. Chapter 15 Page 15 - 2 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

52 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division nd of Family - Family Illness – Used – 2 Pay Code LSG - Leave Share in Lieu Emergency Employees must be approved for both Fam ily Medical Leave (FML) and Leave Share prior to using donated leave share hours in lieu of FML. An employee is entitled to a total of 12 administrative work weeks of unpaid leave during any 12 month period to provide care for a spouse, son, daughter, or parent of the employee, if such person has a serious health condition. The LSF (FML) entitlement begins with the date the employee first takes LSF (FML) and continues for a 12 month period. st Pay Code LSS - Leave Shar e in Lieu of Family - Medical Self – Used – 1 Emergency Employees must be approved for both Fam ily Medical Leave (FML) and Leave Share prior to using donated leave share hours in lieu of FML. An employee is entitled to a total of 12 administrative work weeks of unpaid leave during any 12 month period for a serious health condition of the employee that makes the employee unable to perform the essential functions of their position. The LSS (FML) entitlement begins with the date the employee first takes LSS (FML) and continues for a 12 month period. nd Family - Medical Self – Used – 2 Pay Code LSH - Leave Share in Lieu of Emergency Employees must be approved for both Fam ily Medical Leave (FML) and Leave Share prior to using donated leave share hours in lieu of FML. An employee is entitled to a total of 12 administrative work weeks of unpaid leave during any 12 month period for a serious health condition of the employee that makes the employee unable to perform the essential functions of their position. The LSS (FML) entitlement begins with the date the employee first takes LSS (FML) and continues for a 12 month period. Chapter 15 Page 15 - 3 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

53 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 16: LEAVE WITHOUT PAY Pay Code 101 - Leave Without Pay - Used Leave Without Pay (LWOP) is a non-pay stat us and absence from the employee’s tour of duty, granted at the employee’s request. LWOP covers only those hours which an employee would otherwise work. It does not include non-pay status on days for which an employee would be paid on an overtime basis, and does not include days on which the employee is not scheduled to work. LWOP is recorded in 15 minute increments. When a holiday is surrounded by LWOP before and after, the holiday is coded as LWOP . The authorization of LWOP is a matter of administrative discretion in line with the Family Leave Act. Usually, employees cannot be granted LWOP as a matter of right. The Office of Personnel Management endorses certain standards as guidance to agencies for authorization of extended LWOP; for example, exceeding 30 days of duration and under 52 weeks except under certain conditions. For a full-time employee , each accumulation of 80 hours of LWOP (or combination of LWOP and other non-pay status) in a leave year reduces the sick and annual leave accruals in the pay period in which the 80th hour of non-pay status accrues. The number of hours of leave reduced is equal to the number of leave hours earned in a pay period. If the employee is in a 6 hour leave category, and the 80th hour of non-pay status occurs in the last pay period of the calendar year, the annual leave accrual will be reduced by 10 hours, and the sick leave accrual by 4 hours. Within grade increases, and other actions based on hours/days in pay status may also be affected by the LWOP hours. , LWOP can be used to reach an employee’s tour of duty, but For part-time employees will not be used in the calculation of accruals. Part-time employees only accrue leave for hours in a pay status as long as their tour of duty is met. Pay Code 10A - Leave Wit hout Pay in Lieu of Family - Adopt - Used An employee is entitled to a total of 12 adm inistrative work weeks of unpaid leave during any 12 month period for the adoption or foster care of a child. Employees may substitute leave without pay for this occurrence, instead of a paying code (e.g., annual leave or sick leave). The 10A (FML) entitlement may begin prior to or on the actual date of adoption or foster care, and expires no later than 12 months after the date of adoption (unless a serious health condition exists), even if all 12 workweeks have not been taken at that time. Chapter 16 Page 16 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

54 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Pay Code 10B - Leave Wit hout Pay in Lieu of Fa mily - Birth - Used An employee is entitled to a total of 12 adm inistrative work weeks of unpaid leave during any 12 month period for the birth of a child of the employee and the initial care of that child. Employees may substitute leave without pay for this occurrence, instead of a paying code (e.g., annual leave or sick leave). The 10B (FML) entitlement may begin prior to or on the actual date of birth, and expires no later than 12 months after the date of birth (unless a serious health condition exists), even if all 12 workweeks have not been taken at that time. Pay in Lieu of Family - Family Illness - Used Pay Code 10F - Leave Without An employee is entitled to a total of 12 adm inistrative work weeks of unpaid leave during any 12 month period to provide care for a spouse, son, daughter, or parent of the employee. Employees may substitute leave wi thout pay for this occurrence, instead of a paying code (e.g., annual leave or sick leave). The 10F (FML) entitlement begins with the date the employee first takes 10F (FML) and continues for a 12 month period. Pay Code 10S - Leave Without Pay in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used inistrative work weeks of unpaid leave during An employee is entitled to a total of 12 adm any 12 month period for a serious health condition of the employee that makes the employee unable to perform the essential func tions of their positions. Employees may substitute leave without pay for this occurrence, instead of a paying code (e.g., annual leave or sick leave). The 10S (FML) entitlement begins with the date the employee first takes 10S (FML) and continues for a 12 month period. Chapter 16 Page 16 - 2 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

55 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 17: MILITARY LEAVE Pay Code 070 - Regular Military Leave - Used Officers or employees serving permanent, indefinite, temporary appointments pending establishment of a register (TAPER), term appointments, or temporary appointments of one year or more, who are members of the National Guard or reserve components of the e not to exceed 120 hours in any one fiscal Armed Forces must be granted military leav year. Employees may carry over 120 hours fr om a prior fiscal year for a total maximum of 240 hours available. (Employees with temporary appointments of less than one year, with temporary appointment NTE one year or with intermittent work schedules are not entitled to military leave.) Employees with a part-time tour of duty are entitled to a percentage of 120 hours, based on a ratio of the employee’s scheduled biweekly hours (e.g., a work schedule of 64 hours biweekly will entitle the employ ee to 96 hours of military leave). Reference 5 U.S. Code 6323(a) (2) . The minimum charge for military leave is one hour. Military leave is not charged on a non-workday. Absence for a period of training or active duty in excess of the maximum 120 hour period or available balance will be charged to an appropriate leave account. Holidays occurring within the period of military leave are to be coded to 050. Pay Code 072 - Law Enforcemen t Military Leave - Used Employees who are members of the National Guard or a reserve component of the Armed Forces are allowed to take up to 176 hours of leave per calendar year, for the purpose of providing military aid to enforce the law or for the purpose of providing assistance to civil authorities in the protection or saving of life or property or the prevention of injury. . Reference 5 U.S. Code 6323(b) Gross pay, other than travel, transportation, or per diem received for such service occurring on a regular workday during regular tour of duty hours must be forwarded to the appropriate office as established by agency policy. . Reference 5 U.S. Code 5519 Pay Code 074 - DC National Guar d Military Leave - Used Military leave with pay is authorized for employees who are members of the National Guard of the District of Columbia for all days (no limit) of parade or encampment. Reference 5 U.S. Code 6323(c), Section 49, Act of March 1, 1889 (25 Statute 779) and Section 53 of the Act of February 18, 1905 (35 Statute 634) . Gross pay, other than travel, transportation, or per diem received for such service occurring on a regular workday during regular tour of duty hours must be forwarded to the appropriate office as established by agency policy. Reference 5 U.S. Code 5519 . Chapter 17 Page 17 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

56 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division cian Military Leave - Used Pay Code 078 - Reserve Techni component of the Armed Forces or in the Employees who are members of the Reserve National Guard who are performing inactive military duty such as providing military aid to enforce the law or providing assistance to civil authorities for protection of life and/or property receive an additional 22 days of Reserve Technician Military Leave. The maximum number of allowable days (recorded as hours) is prorated for employees with a part-time or irregular tour of duty. It is the responsibility of the timekeeper to first exhaust 22 days under Pay Code 072, and then begin coding military days to Pay Code 078 . Reference 5 U.S. Code 6323(b) . Military Furlough Refer to Chapter 11: Furlough on page 11 – 1 for information regarding Pay Code 103, Furlough – Used. Chapter 17 Page 17 - 2 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

57 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 18: NIGHT DIFFERENTIAL PAY Pay Code 130 - Night Differential Night differential is paid to employees for regularly scheduled hours worked (including regularly scheduled overtime) between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m. (Including time spent on COP light duty). Night differential pays 10% of the employee’s rate of basic pay. An employee is entitled to night differential for night work performed during temporary assignment to a night tour of duty. Intermittent employees are not eligible for night differential pay. Pay Code 130 should not be used for employees paid under the Federal Wage Schedule (FWS) or a negotiated contract. For those FWS employees (who are paid for night work), the appropriate shift code should be coded on the T&A. Refer to the Reference section, page Reference-6, of this manual for appropriate shift codes. Pay Code 131 - Night Differential - Not Worked For employees entitled to night differential, Pay Code 131 is used to record all hours not worked on which night differential will be paid. Payment of night differential continues for regularly scheduled night hours when an employee is absent due to a holiday, administrat ive leave, military leave, jury duty, religious compensation time, time off award, COP, or official travel status. It also continues during short periods of all other paid leave (i.e., periods of less than 8 hours paid leave in a pay period). Chapter 18 Page 18 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

58 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division L DIFFERENTIAL PAY Chapter 19: OPERATIONA Pay Code CUD – Operational Currency Differential Staff air traffic control specialists, supervisors and managers who are above the first line supervisors and work in air traffic control centers and terminals are eligible for the 1.6 percent Operational Currency Differential. This differential will be paid provided they maintain a current medical certification and control live traffic in accordance with proficiency standards established by the Office of the Associate Administrator for Air Traffic. This differential does not apply to GS-2152 Air Traffic Control Specialists in air traffic control centers or terminals officially assigned to positions requiring operational or full-performance control duties or first level supervisory duties. These employees are required, as a condition of employment, to be certified as proficient and medically qualified to perform duties including the separation and control of live traffic. This premium is 1.6 percent of the applicable rate of basic pay. Pay Code OPD – Operational Responsibility Differential FAA ONLY The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is required to pay 5% Operational ees under pay plans AT or FG, occupying Responsibility Differential (OPD) for employ GS-2152 and 2181 positions and meeting specific criteria. The 5% OPD is based on all regular hours, including paid leave, and is ca lculated biweekly. OPD is governed by the Air Traffic Revitalization Act, Order # 3550.13, Public Laws 97-377, 98-78, and 97-276. Chapter 19 Page 19 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

59 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 20: OVERTIME PAY The FPPS system is designed to pay overtime in periods of 1 minute or multiples thereof. Overtime is paid for work in excess of 8 hours per day or 40 hours per week that is officially ordered or approved and per formed by the employee. Leave with pay during an employee’s tour of duty will not negate the employee’s right to overtime work . in excess of 8 hours in 1 day. Reference 21 CG 965, 25 CG 344, 46 CG 217 writing by individuals designated by the Usually, requests for overtime are approved in employing client office. Except in the ca se of an emergency, overtime is usually authorized in advance. Authorizations should remain on file with the daily T&A reports in the client office until an audit has been performed by the General Accounting Office, or for 6 years (or as determined by the client agency’s records disposition guidelines) if no on-site audit has been preformed. The aggregate salary limitation applies to specific types of pay as follows: MAXIMUM LIMIT REFERENCE TYPE OF PAY LIMIT Biweekly limitation on Greater of biweekly rate for GS-15, 5 U.S. Code 5547(a) step 10, OR level V of the premium pay and 5 CFR 550.105 Executive Schedule (See note 1.) Annual limitation on premium pay Greater of annual rate for GS-15, 5 U.S. Code 5547(b)(1) and for emergency work or for work step 10, OR level V of the (b)(2), and 5 CFR 550.106 critical to the mission of an agency Executive Schedule and 550.107 (See note 2.) Aggregate limitation on pay 5 U.S. Code 5307 and 5 CFR Level I of the Executive Schedule See notes 3 and 4.) 530.203 NOTES amended 5 U.S.C.5547, effective on the first day of 1. Section 1114 of Public Law 107-107 (December 28, 2001) On April 19, 2002, OPM issued interim regulations the first pay period beginning on or after April 27, 2002. 550.107. See fact sheet on “Biweekly Caps on implementing this new law and revising 5 CFR 550.105- Premium Pay”. (See notes 2 and 3 for exceptions to this rule.) In certain emergency of mission-critical situat 2. ions, and agency may apply an annual premium pay cap instead of a biweekly premium pay cap, subject to law and regulation. conditions provided in (See 5 U.S.C. 5547(b) and 5 CFR 550.106 - 550.107.) 3. An employee may not receive any portion of any allowanc e, differential, bonus, award, or other similar payment 4. under title 5, United States Code, in any calendar y ear, which when combined with the employee’s basic pay would cause the employee’s aggregate com pensation (including premium pay) to exceed the rate for level I of the Executive Schedule at the end of the calendar year. See 5 CFR 530.202 for definitions of “basic pay” and “aggregate compensation”. Section 1322 of the Homeland Security Act (Public Law 107-296, November 25, 2002) provides that the 5. aggregate pay limitation established in 5 U.S.C. 5307 for SES and SL/ST employees in an agency may be the under 3 U.S.C. 104 if OPM, with the concurrence of total annual compensation payable to the Vice President the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), certifies that the agency has a performance appraisal system that makes meaningful distinctions based on relative performance. OPM and OMB will issue regulations and guidance on the requirements for obtaining certification of agency performance appraisal systems. Until an agency’s performance appraisal system has been certifi ed under the new regulations, the aggregate limitation on pay for all employees will remain at the rate for level I of the Executive Schedule ($171,900 in 2003). The overall rules for administering the aggregate pay limitation may be found at 5 CFR part 530, subpart B. Chapter 20 Page 20 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

60 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division does not apply to specific types of pay and status as The aggregate salary limitation follows: Reference 5 U.S. Code 5541 (2) (xi), 34 CG 5.2 . Wage Grade employees. Hazard pay differential. Reference 5 U.S. Code 5547 . GS employees are still • under the GS-15, Step 10 maximum, for annual salary. Employees who are non-exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). • Chapter 20 Page 20 - 2 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

61 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Pay Code 110 - Overtime – Regular Overtime for non-exempt employees is paid under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and is one and one-half times the basic hourly rate. The FLSA may increase if additional premiums are worked by an employee. The FLSA overtime is not subject to an hourly cap. Overtime for GS-Exempt employees is paid at one and one-half times the basic hourly rate where the rate of pay does not exceed the minimum scheduled overtime rate of a GS-10, Step 1. If an employee’s overtime rate exceeds the GS-10, rate becomes the overtime rate. If an Step 1 overtime rate, the employee’s hourly exempt employee has perform ed non-exempt tasks for more than 20 percent of the week, the overtime rate is calculated as a non-exempt employee. Overtime for wage grade (WG) employees is paid at one and one-half times the basic hourly rate or as provided in the negotiated contracts. If a WG employee is assigned to a night shift, overtime is computed and paid at the night rate. Reference 24 CG 39, 24 CG 155, 31 CG 48, 31 CG 49. Overtime Hourly Rate Cap on Exempt Employees If an employee works in The overtime compensation is... Type of Employee excess of... 1½ times the hourly ra te, not to exceed 1½ times the hourly rate of a GS-10 Step 1, 8 hours a day OR Full-time having a Regular unless the employee’s hourly rate exceeds the GS-10, Step 1 overtime rate, then the schedule 40 hours a week employee’s hourly rate becomes the overtime rate. te, not to exceed 1½ 1½ times the hourly ra times the hourly rate of a GS-10 Step 1, Full-time having a unless the employee’s hourly rate exceeds 8 hours a day OR over the Compressed OR Flexible the GS-10, Step 1 overtime rate, then the established regular tour schedule employee’s hourly rate becomes the overtime rate. 1½ times the hourly ra te, not to exceed 1½ times the hourly rate of a GS-10 Step 1, unless the employee’s hourly rate exceeds Firefighter 53 hours a week OR 106 the GS-10, Step 1 overtime rate, then the hours in a pay period employee’s hourly rate becomes the overtime rate. te, not to exceed 1½ 1½ times the hourly ra times the hourly rate of a GS-10 Step 1, unless the employee’s hourly rate exceeds Criminal Investigator 42 ¾ hours a week OR 85½ the GS-10, Step 1 overtime rate, then the hours in a pay period employee’s hourly rate becomes the overtime rate. , not to exceed 1½ 1½ times the hourly rate times the hourly rate of a LEO, GS-10, step 8 hours a day/40 hours a Law Enforcement Officer 1, unless the employee’s hourly rate week OR over the (LEO) exceeds the LEO’s GS-10, step 1 rate, then established regular tour the employee’s hourly rate becomes the overtime rate. Chapter 20 Page 20 - 3 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

62 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Pay Code 111 - Overtime - Callback An employee required to return to their place of employment after arriving home, or called into work on a non-workday is entitled to a minimum of 2 hours overtime, regardless whether the employee remains on duty for 2 hours or not. (These hours can be compensated in money or compensatory time off as requested by the employee). Actual work time is coded to this pay code, and the difference between 2 hours minimum s will be automatically generated by FPPS. and hours actually worked of less than 2 hour This overtime is paid at the same rate as the rate of regular overtime for the employee. Pay Code 113 – Emer gency Overtime For Use with Exempt Employees ONLY Emergency overtime, pay code 113, is for use by exempt employees only. Pay code was developed as a result of Public Law 106-558, which authorized overtime pay at true time-and-one-half for exempt employees work ing on emergency activities, e.g. wildland fire suppression activities, NTSB incident investigations, etc. Overtime that meets the criteria described in the legislation is to be coded by the timekeeper to pay code 113 for payment at time-and-one-half. Use of pay code 113 will automatically override the biweekly maximum pay allowed. Emergency Overtime is subject to the annual salary cap. Pay Code 116 - Overtime - Paid at Regular Rate Overtime cannot be paid at a rate greater than straight time if it is not in excess of 8 tuation usually occurs when periods of hours per day or 40 hours per week. This si non-pay and overtime occur on the same day or during the same week. This pay code is not to be used for reporting hours which are a part of the employee’s scheduled tour of duty or for any hours which are truly regular work hours (as with a part-time employee who works additional hours/days, but still does not exceed 8 hours of work each day or 40 hours of work each week). Chapter 20 Page 20 - 4 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

63 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Use the following tables to decide whether to substitute overtime hours for unpaid leave hours. OVERVIEW OF SUBSTITUTING OVERTIME FOR UNPAID LEAVE (LWOP, AWOL, SUSPENSION) AWS C, F or N (WEEKLY CALCULATION) If an employee AND works... THEN the timekeeper USES hours take unpaid code leave... During a week Overtime on a Must substitute the overtime for the non-workday during the number of hours of the unpaid leave. week. same 116 (Note: Overtime (110) is still paid on hours over daily tour of duty). Overtime on the same Must substitute the overtime for the During a day day 116 number of hours of the unpaid leave. One day Overtime over their TOD Cannot substitute the overtime for another day 110 an the unpaid leave. Employee receives full overtime pay. One week Overtime in a different Cannot substitute the overtime for 110 the unpaid leave. Employee week receives full overtime pay. AWS A, M, R or T (BIWEEKLY CALCULATION) THEN the timekeeper USES AND works... If an employee hours takes unpaid code leave... Overtime on a In the pay period Must substitute the overtime for the non-workday during the 116 number of hours of the unpaid leave. pay period. During a day Overtime on the same Must substitute the overtime for the 116 number of hours of the unpaid leave. day One day Overtime over their TOD Cannot substitute the overtime for 110 the unpaid leave. Employee an another day receives full overtime pay. ... If a part-time employee works on a non-workday, and the 40/80 alternative work schedule (AWS) has not been met, use pay code 010 instead of 116. Once the 40/80 AWS has been met, then use pay code 110. Chapter 20 Page 20 - 5 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

64 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Pay Code 117 - Overtime - FLSA BB/BL Pay Plans Only This Pay Code is restricted to BB/BL Pay Plans. It will calculate FLSA only for travel associated with training. Pay Code 118 - Over time - Meal Break This pay code is used to record overtime that is authorized for meal breaks during certain periods of work days as specified by general labor agreement. This overtime is paid at the same rate as the rate of regular overtime for the employee. Pay Code 120 - Over time - Holiday Holiday overtime is the result of work performed on a holiday that does not fall within the employee’s regular tour of duty. Overtime work performed on a holiday is paid at the same rate that the employee receives for overtime work on other days. Intermittent employees are eligible for Overtime - Holiday after completing 8 hours of regular work on a holiday. Wage board employees are paid according to union agreements. Pay Code 121 - O vertime - Sunday Overtime work performed on a Sunday is paid at the same rate that the employee receives for overtime work on other days. Wage board employees are paid according to union agreements. me - Sunday Callback Pay Code 122 - Overti The overtime callback provision applies to Sunday overtime, the same as to callback overtime on any other day. A minimum of 2 hours is to be paid at the same rate as any other overtime. The only exception is for certain wage board employees paid under union agreement that specifies Sunday overtime at a different rate. Actual work hours are coded to this pay code, and the difference between 2 hours minimum and hours actually worked of less than 2 hours will be automatically generated by FPPS. Pay Code 124 - Overtime - Excess Over 8 Hours Employees with regularly scheduled tours of duty over 8 hours in a day (exclusive of compressed work schedules) are entitled to receive overtime pay for the hours worked over 8. For example, an employee who take s leave for all or part of a day or who is excused from work on a holiday, and does not perform work in excess of 8 hours in a day, is not entitled to overtime for hours normally worked in excess of 8. This pay code is used to identify the excess over 8 hours for pay purposes only, and will pay an additional half-time rate. Chapter 20 Page 20 - 6 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

65 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division An employee, whether FLSA-exempt or nonexempt, whose rate of basic pay exceeds GS-10, Step 1, (including any applicable locality rate or special rate), or who is engaged in professional or technical engineering, or in scientific activities, does not receive Reference 5 U.S.C. overtime pay until he or she completes a full 40 hours of work. 5542(a) . However, an employee who has been placed on a first 40 hour tour, is entitled eight hours in a day providing his or her to overtime pay for hours worked in excess of rate of basic pay is equal to or less than GS-10, step1. Pay Code 125 - Overtime - Non Workday Rotating Shift Prevailing rate employees (FWS or negotiat ed contract) with regularly scheduled rotating tours of duty which include 2 or 3 shifts in the same week are entitled to receive overtime pay on a non-workday computed on the average rate of basic pay for all regularly scheduled shifts worked by the employee during the basic work week. Pay Code 127- Overtime - Holiday Callback This pay code is used to record unscheduled holiday work for which a minimum of 2 hours will be paid. Actual work hours are coded to this pay code, and the difference between 2 hours minimum and hours actually worked of less than 2 hours will be automatically generated by FPPS. Overtime - (Part of Tour of Duty) Pay Code 11U - Regularly Scheduled Occasionally, employees may be required to work overtime hours as a part of their regularly scheduled tour of duty. For ex ample, an employee who is regularly scheduled to work 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, may be requested to work 10 hours a day (8 hours regular time and 2 hours of overtime). The employee’s pay rate for this type of overtime is the same as the rate paid for unscheduled overtime. Pay Code TOT – True Overtime Employees in the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) are eligible for True Overtime (TOT). FAA bargaining unit employees earn true overtime at 1 ½ times the actual hourly rate, even though they are Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) exempt employees. FAA employees, with the exception of pay plans FG and FM, do not have an hourly or biweekly cap for true overtime earned . Chapter 20 Page 20 - 7 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

66 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 21: PERSONAL LEAVE Pay Code 218 - Personal Leave - Used Use of this pay code is authorized for Bureau of Indian Affairs Educators full-time school ract exceeds 24 weeks. At the beginning year contract employees only, where the cont of the contract/school year, FPPS automa tically advances 40 hours for full-time and 20 hours for part-time qualified employees. Pay Code PFA - Personal in Lieu of Family - Adopt - Used ll available personal leave for FML for the An employee may substitute some or a adoption or foster care of a child. The PFA (FML) entitlement may begin prior to or on the actual date of adoption or foster care, and expires no later than 12 months after the date of adoption (unless a serious health condition exists) in accordance with FML policy, even if additional personal leave hours are available. Pay Code PFB - Personal in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used An employee may substitute some or all ava ilable personal leave for FML for the birth of a child. The PFB (FML) entitlement may begin prior to or on the actual date of birth, and expires no later than 12 months after the date of birth (unless a serious health condition exists) in accordance with FML policy, even if additional personal leave hours are available. Pay Code PFF - Personal in Li eu of Family - Illness - Used An employee may substitute some or all available personal leave for FML to provide care for a spouse, son, daughter, or parent of the employee if such person has a serious health condition. The PFF (FML) entitlement begins with the date the employee first takes personal leave in lieu of FML, and continues for a 12 month period in accordance with FML policy, or until personal leave is depleted. Pay Code PFS - Personal in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used An employee may substitute some or all av ailable personal leave for FML for a serious health condition of the employee that makes the employee unable to perform the essential functions of their positions. The PFS (FML) entitlement begins with the date the employee first takes personal leave in lieu of FML, and continues for a 12 month period or until personal leave is depleted. Chapter 21 Page 21 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

67 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 22: PREMIUM PAY Pay Code 140 - Sunday Premium - Worked Classified and hourly employees on a full-time work schedule are paid additional pay for work performed on Sunday. The additional pay is equal to 25% of the employee’s regular hourly rate of basic pay. Sunday work means non-overtime work per formed by a full-time employee during a part of that daily tour of duty is on a regularly scheduled daily tour of duty when any Sunday. For any such tour of duty, not more than 8 hours of work are Sunday work, unless the employee is on a compressed work schedule, in which case the entire regularly scheduled daily tour of duty constitutes Sunday work. Sunday premium is not paid for: • Part-time employees. • Employees receiving Standby pay. • Continuation of Pay - FECA • Overtime work. • Any period when no work is performed, including holidays and periods of paid leave, excused absence with pay, compensatory time off, credit hours, or time off as an incentive or performance award. Sunday premium pay is paid only to the extent that it does not cause the aggregate pay to exceed the current bi-weekly maximum payable. Affect of Leave Hours on Sunday The compensation provisions resulting from the enactment of the Treasury and General Government Appropriations Act, 1998 (Public Law 105-61, October 10, 1997) provides of Sunday premium pay for all employees for a permanent restriction on the payment who do not actually perform work on Sunday, including General Schedule and Prevailing Rate (wage) employees. Reference Section 636 of the Act. This provision has the effect of prohibiti ng the payment of Sunday premium pay to employees during ANY period when no work is performed, including holidays, periods of paid leave, military leave, continuation of pay, excused absence with pay, compensatory time off, credit hours used, or time off as incentive or performance award. Chapter 22 Page 22 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

68 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Pay Code 150 - Premium Penalty Pay Compensate - Half Time Penalty pay is paid to hourly employees as a result of changes in their regular work schedules or tours of duty. The amount to be paid is in accordance with negotiated contracts, and is paid in addition to regular pay. Additional Premium penalty pay compensate codes are as follows: Pay Code 151 - Premium Penalty Pay Compensate - Full-time Pay Code 152 - Premium Penalty Pay Compensate - Time and A Half Pay Code 157 - Premium Penalty Pay Compensate - Double Time Pay Code 153 - Premium Penalty Pay Not Worked - Compensate - Half Time Penalty pay for all hours not worked must be identified in order to adequately compute overtime entitlements under FLSA. The entitlement is in accordance with negotiated contracts. Additional premium pay compensate not worked pay codes are as follows: Pay Code 154 - Premium Penalty Pay Compensate - Full-time Pay Code 155 - Premium Penalty Pay Compensate - Time and A Half Pay Code 158 - Premium Penalty Pay Compensate - Double Time Pay Code 156 - Scheduled Overtime/H oliday Not Worked - Compensate - Time and A Half Pay Code 156 is to be used only for wage board employees when specified in their negotiated contract to record hours which were scheduled for work as overtime or at holiday premium rate, then were canceled, but employee not notified of the cancellation until after the close of working hours on the previous day. Pay Code CIC – Controller in Charge Premium Controller in Charge Premium (CIC) is paid to Air Traffic Controllers in the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) only. CIC is paid to Air Traffic Controllers for time in charge while the supervisor is out of the control room and is not available. CIC can be entered on a timesheet in one-minute increments. Eligibility Employees under pay plans AT and FG occupying Series 2152 are eligible to receive Controller in Charge Premium. Air Traffic Controllers must be area certified for at least six (6) months and be operationally current to receive CIC. Chapter 22 Page 22 - 2 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

69 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Earning Rate Controller in Charge Premium is paid at the rate of 10 % of the applicable hourly rate of basic pay times the minutes and or hours worked by the Air Traffic Controller assigned any other premium pay such as overtime, night to CIC duties. CIC is paid in addition to differential, Sunday premium, and hazard pay differentials and is used in the total compensation calculated for Title 29 FLSA calculations. Pay Code MTP – Meal Time Pay (FAA ONLY) Air Traffic Controllers are entitled to receive 50% of half their basic hourly rate for a missed 30-minute meal break. Employees are eligible for meal time pay if the work schedule is such that an employee cannot be released for an uninterrupted 30-minute meal break during the fourth through sixth hours of an eight-hour shift. Pay Code RPP – Regular Premium Pay The Department of Transportation (DOT) pays Regular Premium Pay (RPP) to full-time and part-time employees with an 8-hour per day tour of duty who work more than 8 hours on any given day as follows: 1. Exempt employees whose regular rate of pay is less than their overtime rate receive the difference between the overtime rate and the regular rate for hours over 8 in a day if they are not on an alternative work schedule or a flexible schedule with an 8-hour daily check. Exempt employees whose regular rate of pay is greater than their overtime rate 2. are paid at regular rate for hours over 8 in a day if they are not on an alternative work schedule or a flexible schedule with an 8-hour daily check. 3. Non-Exempt employees who work more than 8 hours per day are paid at their overtime rate for hours greater than 8, including FLSA. RPP hours are counted as regular hours for meeting the basic tour of duty. Employees on a flexible alternative work schedule with a week or a biweekly check and employees on a compressed alternative work schedule do not receive RPP. Chapter 22 Page 22 - 3 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

70 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Pay Code RSP – Remote Site Pay FAA only The Federal Aviation Administration currently offers Remote Site Pay (RSP) at 10% of base pay for employees located at eligible facilities. The implementation of the Alaskan Region Rotational Staffing Plan in the FY-95 Department of Transportation Appropriation Act allows employees and their families to live in the larger metropolitan areas of Alaska. Employees assigned to the rotational crews periodically rotate out to work at air traffic facilities located in the remote bush areas of Alaska . Chapter 22 Page 22 - 4 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

71 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 23: REGULAR TIME Pay Code 010 - Regular Time Regular hours are the hours of a day (a daily tour of duty) and the days of an administrative workweek (a weekly tour of duty) that constitute an employee’s regularly scheduled administrative workweek. This pay code will not generate a cost structure for biweekly hours reported on the T&A, therefore a cost account must be entered by the timekeeper. Users of the FPPS On-Line T&A System can create a “master” T&A through the TDRC command. General Rule: Tours that begin one day and end on the following day should be entered on the day the tour began. Paid at Time and a Half Pay Code 012 - Regular Time - Use of regular time paid at time and a half is restricted to wage board employees whose salary is determined by a negotiated contract. Pay Code LRD - Labor Rela tions – Dispute Resolution Official time used to process grievances up to and including arbitrations and to process appeals of bargaining unit employees to the various administrative agencies such as the Merit Systems Protection Board, Federal Labor Relations Authority, and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and, as necessary, to the courts. Pay Code LRG - Labor Relations – Ge neral Labor Management Relations Official time used for; meetings between labor and management officials to discuss general conditions of employment, labor-management committee meetings, labor relations training for union representatives, and union participation in formal meetings and investigative interviews. Pay Code LRM - Labor Rela tions –Mid-term Negotiations Official time used to bargain over issues raised during the life of a term agreement. Pay Code LRT – Labor Rela tions - Term Negotiations Official time used by union representatives to prepare for and negotiate a basic collective bargaining agreement or its successor. Chapter 23 Page 23 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

72 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 24: SHORE LEAVE Pay Code 083 - Shore Leave - Used Minimum charge for shore leave is one day and multiples thereof. Accrual Rate Full-time employees regularly assign ed to duty abroad an ocean ship on extended 1 day for each 15 calendar days when on a voyages earn shore leave at the rate of voyage of no less than 7 consecutive days durati on. Shore leave is in addition to annual leave and may be accumulated without limitation. For an employee who is an officer or crew member, a voyage begins on the date duties are assumed aboard an oceangoing vessel to begin preparation for a voyage, in which case the employee is confined to the vessel to complete preparation before sailing. A voyage may also begin when an employee comes aboard when a voyage is in progress. For an employee other than a crew member, the voyage begins on the date of sailing and terminates on the date the oceangoing vessel returns to a port at which the employee will disembark. EXAMPLE: Duration of Voyage – Days Creditable Shore Days Leave 3 - 11 11 - 6 7 7 18 18 36 Days* TOTAL 45 *2 days shore leave and 6 days credit toward completion of 15 creditable days. Shore leave is forfeited when: • it is not granted before separation from the service or official assignment (other than temporary detail) to a position in which the employee does not earn shore (When an official assignment will result in forfeiture of shore leave, the leave. agency to the extent administratively practicable shall give an employee opportunity to use the shore leave he had to his credit either before the assignment or not later than 6 months after the date of his reassignment when the agency is unable to grant shore leave before the assignment. Shore leave may not be paid as a lump sum payment on separation from the service). Chapter 24 Page 24 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

73 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division • an employee transfers to a position in another agency for which he does not earn (When, without a break in service, an employee transfers to a shore leave. position in another agency in which he is entitled to earn shore leave, the shore to his account in his new position). leave to his credit shall be transferred Pay Code 087 - Shore L eave - Creditable Days Any day aboard an oceangoing vessel on a voyage of not less than 7 consecutive days that is creditable toward accrual of shore leave will be stored until a total of 15 creditable days are reached. At that time, 1 day of shore leave will be accrued and the creditable days will be set to zero to be incremented with additional creditable days toward the next accrual. Reported hours will be converted to days for shore leave accrual. The pay code is an indicator to count toward accrual of shore leave and does not pay. Reference 5 CFR 630, Subpart G for additional information regarding Shore Leave. Chapter 24 Page 24 - 2 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

74 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 25: SICK LEAVE Sick leave is used in lieu of days/hours within a tour of duty which an employee would usually work and receive pay. Sick leave is earned and credited biweekly beginning with an employee’s appointment, and may be used as soon as it is accrued. NOTE: Leave year begins the first complete pay period in a calendar year and ends the day before the first full pay period in the following calendar year. Grant of Sick Leave An agency shall grant sick leave to an employee when the employee: • Receives medical, dental, or optical examination or treatment. • ies by physical or mental illness, injury, Is incapacitated for the performance of dut pregnancy, or childbirth. Would, as determined by the health authorities having jurisdiction or by a health • care provider, jeopardize the health of others by his or her presence on the job because of exposure to a communicable disease. • Must be absent from duty for purposes relating to the adoption of a child, including appointments with adoption agencies, social workers, and attorneys; court proceedings; required travel; and any other activities necessary to allow the adoption to proceed. Under the provisions of the Family Friendly Leave Act, PL 103-388, an agency shall ployee when the employee: grant sick leave to an em • Provides care for a family member who is incapacitated as a result of physical or mental illness, injury, pregnancy, or childbirt h, or who receives medical, dental, or optical examination or treatment. • Makes arrangements necessitated by the death of a family member or attends the funeral of a family member. More information is available under Family Friendly Leave, Chapter 7. Reference 5 CFR 630.401 . Accrual The amount of sick leave accrued is based on the number of hours worked during a biweekly pay period. An employee must be in pay status or a combination of pay and non-pay status for the full biweekly tour of duty to earn leave. Sick leave is accrued to the employee’s credit based on the type of appointment. Intermittent employees do not earn leave. Chapter 25 Page 25 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

75 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Full-time employees earn and are credited with sick leave at the beginning of each pay period at the rate of 4 hours for each full biweekly pay period. Part-time employees earn sick leave at the rate of 1 hour for each 20 hours (up to 80 hours) in pay status, including overtime. Sick leave does not accrue: • for any period in which a lump sum payment is made. • when an employee is in a non-pay status for the leave year. • when a full-time employee accumulates a total of 80 hours of LWOP within the leave year (i.e., 80, 160, 240, etc.). when tour of duty is not met and recorded on a timesheet. • There is no limit on the amount of sick leave that an employee may accumulate. Unused sick leave remains to an employee’s credit and is available for use in succeeding years. Firefighters and law enforcement officers who work an uncommon tour of duty over 80 hours per pay period (such as 72 hours per week, 144 hours biweekly ) accrue sick leave on the ratio of an 80 hour biweekly pay period to their average biweekly tour. All days worked are considered regular work days and the employees are required to work on all holidays falling within their regularly scheduled TOD. If an employee does not work on a holiday, it is considered an absence on a regular workday and the appropriate type of leave must be charged. Fractional Pay Periods Sick leave does not accrue for a fractional part of a pay period unless the fractional part of the pay period immediately precedes/follows: • a period of non-pay status when an employee is receiving disability compensation from Department of Labor. • a transfer to an international organization with statutory reemployment rights. • conversion from full time to intermittent employment (or vice versa). • entrance into or return from military service. transfer to or from another agency when there is a change in the date of an • employee’s pay period. • (NOTE: If an employee is hired the day after a holiday which falls on the first nning of the pay period, full accruals will Monday of the pay period, or at the begi be received). Chapter 25 Page 25 - 2 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

76 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Recredit and Transfer When an employee transfers without a break in service between positions subject to the Leave Act, the employee’s sick leave account shall be certified for credit in the new position. A former employee is entitled to a recredit of sick leave regardless of the date of the employee’s separation if they are reemployed in the Federal government on or after December 2, 1994, unless the sick leav e was forfeited upon reemployment in the Federal government before December 2, 1994. The sick leave balance of employees retiring un der the Civil Service Retirement system is reported to the Office of Personnel Management for credit towards the calculation of the employee’s annuity. The sick leave cr edited to the annuity calculation is not available for recredit should the employee accept another government position. ganization (with reemployment rights) will Employees serving with an international or have sick leave recredited at the time they re-enter the Federal service. Pay Code 030 - Sick Leave - Used Advance Includes advanced sick leave used if employee is not currently a leave share recipient. ed when employee is a current leave See Pay Code 03F for advanced sick leave us share recipient, whether or not the advanced l eave is related or unrelated to the leave share purposes. NOTE: Be sure to post “Y” on the Advance Leave area on the T&A entry screen and indicate the number of hours and type of leave to be advanced on the “pop-up” screen. A maximum of 30 days sick leave may be advanced to the full-time employee. Reference 5 U.S. Code 6307(d) . A part-time employee is entitled to advanced sick leave on a pro-rata basis. Reference 5 U.S. Code 6302(c). In cases of disability or ailment, and when the particular situation warrants it, employees may be granted advance sick leave regardless of any annual leave to their credit providing: • the amount of sick leave advanced may not exceed the amount required to cover the period of illness, or the amount provided by law or regulation. the maximum amount of sick leave advanced to the employee is 30 • days (240 hours for employees with 8 hour days, 120 hours for part-time employees whose work schedule is 4 hours per day). • the total amount of sick leave advan ced to an employee serving under a limited service appointment shall not exceed the amount the employee will earn during the remainder of the appointment. Advanced sick leave will not be granted to an employee if there is concern that the employee does not intend to return to work, or that there is only a remote possibility that the employee will return to work. Reference 48 CG 676 . Chapter 25 Page 25 - 3 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

77 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Payable Rate WG, WL, WS, WT, WW) and who receive a Employees paid per hour (Pay Plans WB, shift or night differential in addition to a base rate as a part of the unscheduled TOD will receive sick leave pay which reflects t he base rate plus the differential. Plans AD, EC, ED, EF, EH, EX, FC, GG, Employees paid per annum (Classified Pay GS, SR, ST) with a regularly scheduled TOD which includes night differential may receive night differential for a period of paid leave if the total biweekly paid leave hours is less than 8 hours. Restrictions Sick leave is charged in 15 minute increments. Additional charges are in multiples of 15 minutes. Each period of absence must be considered individually on a daily basis. For absences of more than 3 days, a medical certificate completed by a physician, or other evidence administratively acceptable may be required. For part-time employees, leave is charged only for absences occurring during the hours and on the days scheduled for duty. Leave may not be charged for absences on legal holidays (except in cases of firefighters or law enforcement officers). An agency may grant sick leave during a period of annual leave or to become eligible for donated leave. Reference 5 U.S. Code 630.405 . Pay Code 034 - Sick in Lieu of FECA – Used An employee who is injured on the job or sustains a job-related disability caused by an occupational disease or illness may elect to use sick leave, during or after completion of the 45-day continuation of pay (COP) status, in order to avoid possible interruption of income. FECA compensation under The Department of Labor is not paid while an ceives COP or paid leave. injured or disabled employee re If an employee elects to take leave and the claim for compensation is subsequently he employing agency to buy back the leave approved, the employee may arrange with t Reference 20 CFR 10.202 and 10.310 used and have the leave reinstated. Pay Code 038 - Sick in Li eu of Adoption - Used Sick leave may be used when the employee must be absent from duty for purposes relating to the adoption of a child, including appointments with adoption agencies, social workers, and attorneys; court proceedings; required travel; and any other activities necessary to allow the adoption to proceed. . Reference 5 CFR 630.401 (6) Pay Code 03F - Sick Advanced - Used - Leave Share Recipients ONLY If an employee is currently a leave share recipient and has requested advanced sick leave to be used for unrelated leave share purposes, use Pay Code 03F for advanced sick leave used. If advanced sick leave is related to the leave share, use Pay Code LS3 on the T&A Record. Chapter 25 Page 25 - 4 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

78 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division NOTE: Be sure to post “Y” on the Advance Leave area on the T&A entry screen and indicate the number of hours and type of leave to be advanced on the “pop-up” screen. Pay Code BOU - Bone Marro w/Organ Donation - Used Employees serving as a bone marrow donor or an organ donor shall have time off from regularly scheduled duty. The system will recognize pay code BOU and will allow up to 7 days coded (time allowed for bone marrow transplant). Organ donation would provide up to 30 days. Until a pay code is established for organ donation, use administrative leave (pay code 060). Notate on the timesheet that the administrative leave (060) coded is for organ donation. This will need to be tracked manually. This is in addition to sick or annual leave an employee is entitled to use. The law provides that an employee is entitled to use this leave without loss of or reduction in pay, leave to which otherwise entitled, credit for time or service, or performance or efficiency rating. of Family - Adopt - Used Pay Code SFA - Sick in Lieu An employee may substitute sick leave for any or all of the total of 12 administrative work weeks of unpaid leave during any 12 month period for the adoption or foster care of a child. The SFA (FML) entitlement may begin prior to or on the actual date of adoption or foster care, and expires no later than 12 months after the date of adoption (unless a serious health condition exists) in accordance with FML policy, even if all 12 workweeks have not been taken at the time and/or additional sick leave is available. Pay Code SFB - Sick in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used If an employee is otherwise eligible for sick leave, such sick leave may be substituted for any or all of the total of 12 administrative work weeks of unpaid leave during any 12 month period for the birth of a child of the employee and the initial care of the child consistent with current law and regulations governing the granting and use of sick leave. The SFB (FML) entitlement may begin prior to or on the actual date of birth, and expires no later than 12 months after the date of birth (unless a serious health condition exists) in accordance with FML policy, even if all 12 workweeks have not been taken at the time and/or additional sick leave is available. Pay Code SFS - Sick in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used An employee may substitute sick leave consistent with current law and regulations governing the granting and use of sick leave for any or all of the total of 12 administrative work weeks of unpaid leave during any 12 month period for a serious health condition of the employee that makes the employee unable to perform the essential functions of their positions. The SFS (FML) entitlement begins with the date the employee first takes sick leave in lieu of FML and continues for a 12 month period in accordance with FML policy, even if all 12 workweeks have not been taken at that time and/or additional sick leave is available. Chapter 25 Page 25 - 5 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

79 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 26: SUSPENSION LEAVE Pay Code 104 - Suspension Leave - Used An employee may be placed on suspension due to a disciplinary action. Each accumulation of 80 hours of suspension (or combination of suspension and other non-pay status) in a leave year reduces t he sick and annual leave accruals in the pay period in which the 80th hour of non-pay status accrues. The number of hours of leave reduced is equal to the number of leave hours earned in a pay period. If the employee is in a 6 hour leave category, and the 80th hour of non-pay status accrues in the last pay period of the calendar year, the annual leave accrual will be reduced by 10 hours, and the sick leave accrual by 4 hours. Within-grade increases, and other actions based on hours/days in pay status may also be affected by the non-pay hours. Chapter 26 Page 26 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

80 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 27: TIME OFF AWARD Off Award - Used Pay Code 30C - Time Employees who have received a Time O ff award may use the awarded hours to complete their regularly scheduled tour of duty. The date, if any, by which Time Off awards must be used is determined by the client agency. Time Off awards do not convert to cash under any circumstances and cannot be transferred when an employee transfers from one Federal agency to another. Time Off Awards cannot be given to or used by employees who are on intermittent work schedules or members of the Senior Executive Service. The minimum or maximum limit on the number of hours that can be awarded is established by agency policy. An SF-50 (Notification of Personnel Action) must be completed by the Servicing Personnel Office before the Time Off Award can be used. Chapter 27 Page 27 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

81 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 28: TRAINING a Less Than 6 Month Appointment Pay Code TRN - Training While in Employees working under less than a 6 month appointment and who attend training during their regularly scheduled tour of duty must have training hours coded to TRN. TRN hours will not be counted against appointment limitation. Pay Code OJT – On the Job Training (FAA ONLY) On the Job Training (OJT) premium is paid to qualified employees who are certified to train other employees. Employees qualified to receive premium pay receive 10 percent of their applicable basic hourly rate of pay and will be paid in addition to any other authorized premium pay. OJT can be entered on a timesheet in one-minute increments. Chapter 28 Page 28 - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

82 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Chapter 29: VACATION LEAVE Bureau of Indian Affairs ONLY Pay Code 211 - Vacation Leave - Used Use of this pay code is authorized for Contract types A, C, or G with Pay Plan CE; for Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Educators, full or part-time, year-long contract employees only, where the contract exceeds 24 weeks. Leave is pre-credited on the effective date of the contract. Full-time employees are authorized 160 hours for 1-5 years; and 200 hours for 6 or more years of government service. If 24 weeks are not fulfilled and pre-credited leave is used, the empl oyee will be billed for the overpayment. Pay Code 213 - Restored Vacation Leave - Used Use of this pay code is authorized for BIA Educators, full or part-time, year-long contract an carryover 200 hours and part-time employees employees only. Full-time employees c can carryover 104 hours. Vacation leave may be restored at the discretion of the agency, and on a case-by-case basis. Pay Code 215 - School Vacation Leave - Used This pay code is used only for Contract types B, C, or G with Pay Plan CY when school is not in session (i.e. Spring break, the day after Thanksgiving, Winter break, etc.). Full-time employees may not exceed 136 hours of school vacation leave used in a school year. Part-time employees who are scheduled to work in excess of 20 hours per week may receive up to 102 hours. Adopt - Used Pay Code VFA - Vacation Leave in Lieu of Family - A BIA employee is entitled to substitute vacation leave consistent with current law and regulations governing the granting and use of vacation leave for FML during any 12 month period for the adoption or foster care of a child. The VFA (FML) entitlement may begin prior to or on the actual date of adoption or foster care, and expires no later than 12 months after the date of adoption (unless a serious health condition exists) in accordance with FML policy, even if additional vacation leave is available. If 24 weeks are not fulfilled and pre-credited leave is used, the employee will be billed for the overpayment. Page 29 - 1 Chapter 29 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

83 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Pay Code VFB - Vacation Leave in Lieu of Family - Birth – Used A BIA employee is entitled to substitute vacation leave consistent with current law and regulations governing the granting and use of vacation leave for FML during any 12 month period for the birth of a child of the employee and the initial care of the child. The VFB (FML) entitlement may begin prior to or on the actual date of birth, and expires no later than 12 months after the date of birth (unless a serious health condition exists) in accordance with FML policy, even if additional vacation leave is available. If 24 weeks are not fulfilled and pre-credited leave is used, the employee will be billed for the overpayment. Pay Code VFF - Vacation Leave in Lieu of Family - Family Illness - Used A BIA employee is entitled to substitute vacation leave consistent with current law and regulations governing the granting and use of vacation leave for FML during any 12 son, daughter, or parent of the employee who month period to provide care for a spouse, has a serious health condition. The VFF (FML) entitlement may begin prior to or on the actual date the employee first takes vacation leave in lieu of FML and continues for a 12 month period in accordance with FML policy, even if additional vacation leave is available. If 24 weeks are not fulfilled and pre-credited leave is used, the employee will be billed for the overpayment. Pay Code VFS - Vacation Leave in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used A BIA employee is entitled to substitute vacation leave consistent with current law and regulations governing the granting and use of vacation leave for FML during any 12 month period for a serious health condition of the employee that makes the employee unable to perform the essential functions of their positions. The VFS (FML) entitlement begins with the date the employee first takes vacation in lieu of FML and continues for a 12 month period in accordance with FML policy, even if additional vacation leave is pre-credited leave is used, the employee will available. If 24 weeks are not fulfilled and be billed for the overpayment. Chapter 29 Page 29 - 2 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

84 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Numerical Index 010 Regular Time...23-1 012 Regular Time Paid at Time and a Half ... 23-1 020 Annual Leave - Used...4-5 024 Annual Leave in Lieu of FECA – Used... 4-6 Annual Leave in Lieu of Sick – Used... 4-6 025 02F Annual Leave - Advanced - Used (Leave Share ONLY) ...4-6 030 Sick Leave – Used ... 25-3 034 Sick Leave in Lieu of FECA – Used ... 25-4 Sick Leave in Lieu of Adoption - Used ... 25-4 038 03F Sick Leave Advanced - Used (Leave Share ONLY)... 25-4 Compensatory Time – Earned ... 6-1 040 Compensatory Time - Used ... 6-2 041 043 Religious Compensatory Time – Used... 6-2 045 Religious Compensatory Time – Earned... 6-2 046 Compensatory Time Off for Travel – Earned ... 6-3 047 Compensatory Time Off for Travel - Used ... 6-3 048 Compensatory Time - Callback ... 6-3 050 Holiday Pay - Not Worked ... 13-1 051 Holiday Worked ... 13-2 055 Holiday Pay – Callback ... 13-2 060 Administrative Leave - Other - Used ... 2-1 061 Administrative Leave - Weather – Used... 2-1 068 Administrative Leave - Blood Donation – Used... 2-1 Administrative Leave - Court - Used ... 2-2 069 Administrative Leave - Sick – Used... 2-2 06A 070 Regular Military Leave – Used ... 17-1 072 Law Enforcement Military Leave - Used... 17-1 074 DC National Guard Military Leave - Used ... 17-1 Reserve Technician Military Leave – Used ... 17-2 078 Restored Annual Leave - Used ... 4-8 081 083 Shore Leave - Used ... 24-1 085 Home Leave - Used ... 14-1 087 Shore Leave - Creditable Days ... 24-2 08A Restored Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Adopt - Used ... 4-8 08B Restored Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used ... 4-8 08F Restored Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Family Illness - Used ... 4-8 08S Restored Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used ... 4-9 090 Environmental/Hazard Pay - Worked ... 8-1 091 Environmental/Hazard Pay - Not Worked ... 8-1 092 Environmental/Hazard Differential Overtime ... 8-1 093 Environmental/Hazard Differential Overtime - Not Worked ... 8-1 094 Environmental/Hazard Differential Sunday Overtime ... 8-1 095 Environmental/Hazard Differential Sunday Overtime - Not Worked... 8-1 096 Environmental/Hazard Differential Holiday... 8-1 Page NI - 1 Numerical Index Sensitive but Unclassified Material

85 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Environmental/Hazard Differential Holiday - Not Worked ... 8-1 097 Environmental/Hazard Differential Sunday Premium ... 8-1 098 Leave Without Pay - Used... 16-1 101 102 Absence Without Leave - Used... 1-1 103 Furlough - Used... 12-1 104 Suspension Leave - Used ... 26-1 Leave Without Pay in Lieu of Family - Adopt - Used ... 16-1 10A 10B Leave Without Pay in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used ... 16-2 10F Leave Without Pay in Lieu of Family - Family Illness - Used ... 16-2 10S Leave Without Pay in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used... 16-2 Overtime Pay - Regular ... 20-3 110 Overtime Pay - Callback... 20-4 111 Overtime Pay - Emergency ... 20-4 113 Overtime Pay - Paid at Regular Rate ... 20-4 116 117 Overtime Pay - FLSA Only ... 20-6 118 Overtime Pay - Meal Break ... 20-6 11U Regularly Scheduled Overtime Pay (Part of Tour of Duty)... 20-7 Overtime Pay - Holiday ... 20-6 120 Overtime Pay - Sunday ... 20-6 121 122 Overtime Pay - Sunday Callback ... 20-6 124 Overtime Pay - Excess Over 8 Hours ... 20-6 125 Overtime Pay - Non Workday Rotating Shift ... 20-7 127 Overtime Pay - Holiday Callback... 20-7 130 Night Differential Pay... 18-1 131 Night Differential Pay - Not Worked ... 18-1 Sunday Premium Pay - Worked ... 22-1 140 150 Premium Penalty Pay Compensate - Half Time ... 22-2 Premium Penalty Pay Compensate - Full-time ... 22-2 151 152 Premium Penalty Pay Compensate - Time and a Half ... 22-2 Premium Penalty Pay Not Worked Compensate - Half Time ... 22-2 153 154 Premium Penalty Pay Not Worked Compensate - Full-time ... 22-2 155 Premium Penalty Pay Not Worked Compensate - Time and A Half ... 22-2 156 Scheduled Overtime/Holiday Not Worked Compensate - Time and A Half ... 22-2 Premium Penalty Pay Compensate - Double Time ... 22-2 157 158 Premium Penalty Pay Not Worked Compensate - Double Time ... 22-2 160 FECA/COP - Paid (1st Occurrence)... 11-1 161 FECA/COP - Unpaid (1st Occurrence)... 11-1 162 FECA/OWCP - Paid (1st Occurrence) ... 11-2 164 FECA/COP - Paid (2nd Occurrence)... 11-1 FECA/COP - Unpaid (2nd Occurrence) ... 11-2 165 166 FECA/COP - Paid (3rd Occurrence) ... 11-1 167 FECA/COP - Unpaid (3rd Occurrence) ... 11-2 168 FECA/COP - Paid (4th Occurrence)... 11-1 169 FECA/COP - Unpaid (4th Occurrence) ... 11-2 16A FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (1st Occurrence) ... 11-3 16B FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (2nd Occurrence) ... 11-3 16C FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (3rd Occurrence) ... 11-3 Page NI - 2 Numerical Index Sensitive but Unclassified Material

86 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (4th Occurrence) ... 11-3 16D FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (5th Occurrence) ... 11-3 16E 16F FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (6th Occurrence) ... 11-3 16G FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (7th Occurrence) ... 11-3 16H FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (8th Occurrence) ... 11-3 16I FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (9th Occurrence) ... 11-3 FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (10th Occurrence) ... 11-3 16J 16K FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (11th Occurrence) ... 11-3 16L FECA/COP - Paid (5th Occurrence)... 11-1 16M FECA/COP - Unpaid (5th Occurrence) ... 11-2 16N FECA/COP - Paid (6th Occurrence)... 11-1 FECA/COP - Unpaid (6th Occurrence) ... 11-2 16P 16Q FECA/COP - Paid (7th Occurrence)... 11-1 16R FECA/COP - Unpaid (7th Occurrence) ... 11-2 16S FECA/COP - Paid (8th Occurrence)... 11-1 16T FECA/COP - Unpaid (8th Occurrence) ... 11-2 FECA/COP - Paid (9th Occurrence)... 11-1 16U FECA/COP - Unpaid (9th Occurrence) ... 11-2 16V 16W FECA/COP - Paid (10th Occurrence)... 11-1 16X FECA/COP - Unpaid (10th Occurrence) ... 11-2 16Y FECA/COP - Paid (11th Occurrence)... 11-1 16Z FECA/COP - Unpaid (11th Occurrence) ... 11-2 211 Vacation Leave - Used ... 29-1 213 Restored Vacation Leave - Used ... 29-1 School Vacation Leave - Used ... 29-1 215 Personal Leave - Used... 21-1 218 230 Credit Hours - Earned ... 7-1 231 Credit Hours - Used... 7-1 238 Travel Credit Hours – Earned ... 7-1 30C Time Off Award - Used... 27-1 810 Administratively Uncontrolled Overtime ... 3-1 AFA Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Adopt - Used ... 4-7 AFB Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used ... 4-7 AFF Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Family Illness - Used... 4-7 AFS Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used ... 4-7 ALR Administrative Leave - Union/Labor Relations - Used... 2-2 BOU Bone/Marrow/Organ Donation (Sick Leave) - Used ... 25-5 CIC Controller in Charge Premium ...22-2 COS Change of Station Leave - Used ... 5-1 CUD Operational Currency Differential ...19-1 DL2 FECA/OWCP - (2nd Occurrence) ... 11-3 DL3 FECA/OWCP - (3rd Occurrence) ... 11-3 DL4 FECA/OWCP - (4th Occurrence) ... 11-3 DL5 FECA/OWCP - (5th Occurrence) ... 11-3 DL6 FECA/OWCP - (6th Occurrence) ... 11-3 DL7 FECA/OWCP - (7th Occurrence) ... 11-3 DL8 FECA/OWCP - (8th Occurrence) ... 11-3 Page NI - 3 Numerical Index Sensitive but Unclassified Material

87 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division FECA/OWCP - (9th Occurrence) ... 11-3 DL9 DLA FECA/OWCP - (10th Occurrence) ... 11-3 DLB FECA/OWCP - (11th Occurrence) ... 11-3 FFF Family Friendly Leave - Funeral - Used ... 9-2 FFI Family Friendly Leave - Family Illness - Used... 9-2 FML Family Medical Leave... 10-1 LRD Labor Relations - Dispute Resolution... 23-1 LRG Labor Relations – General Labor Management Relations ... 23-1 LRM Labor Relations – Mid-term Negotiations ... 23-1 LRT Labor Relations – Term Negotiations... 23-1 st Leave Share – Medical Self – Used – 1 LS1 Emergency ... 15-1 st Leave Share - Family – Used – 1 LS3 Emergency ... 15-1 nd LS5 Leave Share – Medical Self – Used – 2 Emergency ... 15-2 nd LS7 Leave Share - Family – Used – 2 Emergency ... 15-2 st LSB Leave Share in Lieu of Family - Birth – Used – 1 Emergency ...15-2 nd LSD Leave Share in Lieu of Family - Birth – Used – 2 Emergency ... 15-2 st Leave Share in Lieu of Family - Family Illness – Used – 1 LSF Emergency ... 15-2 nd LSG Leave Share in Lieu of Family - Family Illness – Used – 2 Emergency... 15-3 st LSS Leave Share in Lieu of Family - Medical Self – Used – 1 Emergency... 15-3 nd LSH Leave Share in Lieu of Family - Medical Self – Used – 2 Emergency ... 15-3 MTP Meal Time Pay ... 22-3 OJT On the Job Training ... 28-1 Differential ... 19-1 OPD Operational Responsibility PFA Personal Leave in Lieu of Family - Adopt - Used ...21-1 PFB Personal Leave in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used ... 21-1 PFF Personal Leave in Lieu of Family - Illness - Used ... 21-1 PFS Personal Leave in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used... 21-1 RPP Regular Premium Pay ... 22-3 RSP Remote Site Pay ... ... 22-4 SFA Sick Leave in Lieu of Family - Adopt - Used ... 25-5 SFB Sick Leave in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used ... 25-5 SFS Sick Leave in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used ...25-5 TCE True Compensatory Time – Earned ... 6-3 TOT True Overtime ... 20-7 TRN Training While in a Less Than 6 Month Appointment... 28-1 VFA Vacation Leave in Lieu of Family - Adopt - Used ... 29-1 VFB Vacation Leave in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used ... 29-2 VFF Vacation Leave in Lieu of Family - Family Illness - Used ... 29-2 VFS Vacation Leave in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used ... 29-2 Numerical Index Page NI - 4 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

88 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Subject Index Absence Without Leave - Used (102) ... 1-1 Administrative Leave - Blood Donation - Used (068) ... 2-1 Administrative Leave - Court - Used (069)... 2-2 Administrative Leave - Sick - Used (06A) ... 2-2 Administrative Leave - Union/Labor Relations - Used (ALR) ... 2-2 Administrative Leave - Used (060)... 2-1 Administrative Leave - Weather - Used (061) ... 2-1 Administratively Uncontrolled Overtime (810)... 3-1 Advanced Leave ... Ref-1 Alternate Work Schedule ... Ref-1 Annual Leave ... 4- 1 Annual Leave - Advanced - Used - Leave Share ONLY (02F) ... 4-6 Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Adopt - Used (AFA) ... 4-7 Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used (AFB) ... 4-7 Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Fa mily Illness - Used (AFF) ... 4-7 Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used (AFS) ... 4-7 Annual Leave in Lieu of FECA - Used (024) ... 4-6 Annual Leave in Lieu of Sick - Used (025)... 4-6 Annual Leave - Used (020) ... 4-5 Bone Marrow/Organ Donation (Sick Leave) - Used (BOU)... 25-5 Change of Station Leave - Used (COS)... 5-1 Code of Federal Regulations ... Ref-1 Compensatory Time - Callback (048) ... 6-3 Compensatory Time - Earned (040)... 6-1 Compensatory Time - Used (041)... 6-2 Compensatory Time Off for Travel - Earned (046)... 6-3 Compensatory Time Off for Travel - Used (047)... 6-3 Compressed Work Schedule ... Ref-1 Comptroller General Decisions ... Ref-1 Controller in Charge Premium (CIC) ... 22-2 Credit Hours - Earned (230)... 7-1 Credit Hours - Used (231) ... 7-1 DC National Guard Military Leave - Used (074)... 17-1 Environmental/Hazard Pay (090 - 098)... 8-1 Experts/Consultants ... Ref-2 Fair Labor Standards Act ... Ref-2 Family Friendly Leave - Family Illness - Used (FFI)... 9-2 Family Friendly Leave - Funeral - Used (FFF) ... 9-2 Family Medical Leave (FML)... 10-1 FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (1st Occurrence) (16A) ... 11-3 FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (2nd Occurrence) (16B) ... 11-3 FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (3rd Occurrence) (16C)... 11-3 FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (4th Occurrence) (16D) ... 11-3 FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (5th Occurrence) (16E) ... 11-3 Subject Index Page SI - 1 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

89 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (6th Occurrence) (16F) ... 11-3 FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (7th Occurrence) (16G)... 11-3 FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (8th Occurrence) (16H) ... 11-3 FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (9th Occurrence) (16I)... 11-3 FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (10th Occurrence) (16J)... 11-3 FECA/COP - Light Duty - Paid (11th Occurrence) (16K) ... 11-3 FECA/COP - Paid (1st Occurrence) (160) ... 11-1 FECA/COP - Paid (2nd Occurrence) (164) ... 11-1 FECA/COP - Paid (3rd Occurrence) (166)... 11-1 FECA/COP - Paid (4th Occurrence) (168) ... 11-1 FECA/COP - Paid (5th Occurrence) (16L) ... 11-1 FECA/COP - Paid (6th Occurrence) (16N) ... 11-1 FECA/COP - Paid (7th Occurrence) (16Q) ... 11-1 FECA/COP - Paid (8th Occurrence) (16S)... 11-1 FECA/COP - Paid (9th Occurrence) (16U) ... 11-1 FECA/COP - Paid (10th Occurrence) (16W)... 11-1 FECA/COP - Paid (11th Occurrence) (16Y)... 11-1 FECA/COP - Unpaid (1st Occurrence) (161) ... 11-2 FECA/COP - Unpaid (2nd Occurrence) (165)... 11-2 FECA/COP - Unpaid (3rd Occurrence) (167)... 11-2 FECA/COP - Unpaid (4th Occurrence) (169)... 11-2 FECA/COP - Unpaid (5th Occurrence) (16M)... 11-2 FECA/COP - Unpaid (6th Occurrence) (16P) ... 11-2 FECA/COP - Unpaid (7th Occurrence) (16R) ... 11-2 FECA/COP - Unpaid (8th Occurrence) (16T)... 11-2 FECA/COP - Unpaid (9th Occurrence) (16V) ... 11-2 FECA/COP - Unpaid (10th Occurrence) (16X) ... 11-2 FECA/COP - Unpaid (11th Occurrence) (16Z)... 11-2 FECA/OWCP - Paid (1st Occurrence) (162)... 11-2 FECA/OWCP - (2nd Occurrence) (DL2) ... 11-3 FECA/OWCP - (3rd Occurrence) (DL3) ... 11-3 FECA/OWCP - (4th Occurrence) (DL4) ... 11-3 FECA/OWCP - (5th Occurrence) (DL5) ... 11-3 FECA/OWCP - (6th Occurrence) (DL6) ... 11-3 FECA/OWCP - (7th Occurrence) (DL7) ... 11-3 FECA/OWCP - (8th Occurrence) (DL8) ... 11-3 FECA/OWCP - (9th Occurrence) (DL9) ... 11-3 FECA/OWCP - (10th Occurrence) (DLA)... 11-3 FECA/OWCP - (11th Occurrence) (DLB)... 11-3 Federal Wage System... Ref-3 Flexible Work Schedule ... Ref-3 Furlough - Used (103) ... 12-1 General Schedule ... Ref-3 Holiday Pay - Callback (055)... 13-2 Holiday Pay - Not Worked (050) ... 13-1 Holiday Worked (051) ... 13-2 Home Leave - Used (085)... 14-1 Subject Index Page SI - 2 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

90 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Intermittent Employee ... Ref-4 Labor Relations - Dispute Resolution (LRD) ... 23-1 Labor Relations – General Labor Management Relations (LRG) ... 23-1 Labor Relations – Mid-term Negotiations (LRM)... 23-1 Labor Relations – Term Negotiations (LRT) ... 23-1 Law Enforcement Military Leave - Used (072) ... 17-1 Leave Share in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used (LSB) ... 15-2 nd Leave Share in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used - 2 Emergency (LSD) ... 15-2 Leave Share in Lieu of Family - Family Illness - Used (LSF) ... 15-2 nd Leave Share in Lieu of Family - Family Illness – Used – 2 Emergency (LSG) ... 15-3 Leave Share in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used (LSS) ... 15-3 nd Leave Share in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used – 2 Emergency (LSH) ... 15-3 Leave Share - Used – Medical Self (LS1)... 15-1 Leave Share - Used - Family (LS3)... 15-1 nd Leave Share - Used – Medical Self – 2 Emergency (LS5) ... 15-2 nd Leave Share - Used – Family – 2 Emergency (LS7) ... 15-2 Leave Without Pay in Lieu of Family - Adopt - Used (10A)... 16-1 Leave Without Pay in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used (10B)... 16-2 Leave Without Pay in Lieu of Family - Family Illness - Used (10F)... 16-2 Leave Without Pay in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used (10S)... 16-2 Leave Without Pay - Used (101) ... 16-1 Leave Year... Ref- 4 Meal Time Pay ... 22-3 Military Leave, DC National Guard - Used (074)... 17-1 Military Leave, Law Enforcement - Used (072) ... 17-1 Military Leave, Regular - Used (070) ... 17-1 Military Leave, Reserve Technician – Used (078) ... 17-2 Negotiated Rate ... Ref-4 Night Differential Pay (130) ... 18-1 Night Differential Pay - Not Worked (131)... 18-1 On The Job Training (OJT) ... 28-1 Operational Currency Differential (CUD) ... 19-1 Operational Responsibility Differ ential (OPD) ... 19-1 Overtime, Emergency (113) ... 20-4 Overtime Pay - Callback (111) ... 20-4 Overtime Pay - Excess Over 8 Hours (124)... 20-6 Overtime Pay - FLSA Only (117) ... 20-6 Overtime Pay - Holiday (120)... 20-6 Overtime Pay - Holiday Callback (127) ... 20-7 Overtime Pay - Meal Break (118)... 20-6 Overtime Pay - Non Workday Rotating Shift (125) ... 20-7 Overtime Pay - Paid at Regular Rate (116) ... 20-4 Overtime Pay - Regular (110) ... 20-3 Overtime Pay - Sunday (121)... 20-6 Overtime Pay - Sunday Callback (122)... 20-6 Paid Leave ... Ref- 5 Part-time Employee... Ref-5 Subject Index Page SI - 3 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

91 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division -5 Pay Basis ... Ref Personal Leave in Lieu of Family - Adopt - Used (PFA) ... 21-1 Personal Leave in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used (PFB) ... 21-1 Personal Leave in Lieu of Family Illness - Used (PFF) ... 21-1 Personal Leave in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used (PFS) ... 21-1 Personal Leave - Used (218) ... 21-1 Premium Penalty Pay Compensate - Double Time (157) ... 22-2 Premium Penalty Pay Compensate - Half Time (150) ... 22-2 Premium Penalty Pay Compensate - Full-time (151)... 22-2 Premium Penalty Pay Compensate - Time and a Half (152) ... 22-2 Premium Penalty Pay Not Worked Compensate - Half Time (153) ... 22-2 Premium Penalty Pay Not Worked Compensate - Full-time (154)... 22-2 Premium Penalty Pay Not Worked Compensate - Time and a Half (155) ... 22-2 Premium Penalty Pay Not Worked Compensate - Double Time (158) ... 22-2 Regular Hours ... Ref-5 Regular Military Leave - Used (070) ... 17-1 Regular Premium Pay (RPP) ...22-3 Regular Time (010) ... 23-1 Regular Time Paid at Time and a Half (012)... 23-1 Regularly Scheduled Overtime Pay (Part of Tour of Duty) (11U) ... 20-7 Religious Compensatory Time - Earned (045)... 6-2 Religious Compensatory Time - Used (043) ... 6-2 Remote Site Pay (RSP) ... 22-4 Reserve Technician Military Leave - Used... 17-2 Restored Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Adopt - Used (08A) ... 4-8 Restored Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used (08B) ... 4-8 Restored Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Family Illness - Used (08F) ... 4-8 Restored Annual Leave in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used (08S) ... 4-9 Restored Annual Leave - Used (081)... 4-8 Restored Vacation Leave - Used (213)... 29-1 Scheduled Overtime/Holiday Not Worked Compensate - Time and A Half (156) ... 22-2 School Vacation Leave - Used (215) ... 29-1 Secondary Rate ... Ref-5 Senior Executive Service ... Ref-6 Shift Codes... Ref -6 Shore Leave - Used (083)... 24-1 Shore Leave - Creditable Days (087) ...24-2 Sick Leave Advanced - Used - Leave Share ONLY (03F) ... 25-4 Sick Leave in Lieu of FECA - Used (034) ... 25-4 Sick Leave in Lieu of Adoption - Used (038)... 25-4 Sick Leave in Lieu of Family - Adopt - Used (SFA)... 25-5 Sick Leave in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used (SFB)... 25-5 Sick Leave in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used (SFS)... 25-5 Sick Leave - Used (030)... 25-3 Standby Premium Pay ... Ref-7 Sunday Premium Pay - Worked (140) ... 22-1 Suspension Leave - Used (104)... 26-1 Subject Index Page SI - 4 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

92 May 2006 T&A Pay Codes Manual Payroll Operations Division Temporary Employee... Ref-7 Time Off Award - Used (30C)... 27-1 Title V, United States Code... Ref-7 7 Tour of Duty ... Ref- Training While in a Less Than 6 Month Appointment (TRN)... 28-1 Travel Credit Hours – Earned (238) ... 7-1 True Compensatory Time – Earned (TCE) ... 6-3 True Overtime (TOT) ... 20-5 Unpaid Leave ... Ref-7 Vacation Leave in Lieu of Family - Adopt - Used (VFA)... 29-1 Vacation Leave in Lieu of Family - Birth - Used (VFB)... 29-2 Vacation Leave in Lieu of Family - Family Illness - Used (VFF) ... 29-2 Vacation Leave in Lieu of Family - Medical Self - Used (VFS) ... 29-2 Vacation Leave - Used (211) ... 29-1 1040 Hour Employee ... Ref-8 Subject Index Page SI - 5 Sensitive but Unclassified Material

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