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Title:
Federal personnel manual system
Portion of title:
FPM letter
Physical Description:
Book
Language:
English
Creator:
United States Civil Service Commission
United States -- Office of Personnel Management
Publisher:
United States Civil Service Commission
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C
Frequency:
irregular
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Subjects / Keywords:
Personnel management -- Handbooks, manuals, etc -- United States   ( nal )
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Notes

Issuing Body:
Vols for 1979- issued by: Office of Personnel Management.
General Note:
Description based on: 410-19 (Aug. 22, 1977); title from caption.
General Note:
Latest issue consutled: 292-23 (No. 3, 1983); title from caption.

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University of Florida
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0 s~t apg nt FPM Letter 591-41

8 FManual System


W RET UNT SUPRSWED

sof leto jar 591-38 Washington, D. C. 2041,
April 23, 198:
fiad MUDpartnenstS and independent Establishments:



fit ##ie P Fesonnel Management has completed its 1981 review of the cost of
1/9 ig gicancs pId to eligible employees in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
fl AA paeeaepi ne U.S.C. 5941, Executive Order 10,000, as amended,
"8 prt'"!591 cif the Office's regulations. This letter announces the results of

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e ye date ot the allowance rates shown in the attachment is the first pay
';U4 begins, on or af tat May 2, 19 82,


Aq re oqustied to inform employees in the areas concerned of the actions
1iByth Oiiice. Whert doing so you are urged to advise employees that the
gan,rates 4Te abjdett to change, up or down, af ter each review. It is also
.t, that-tipl'oyeeg understand that the law does not provide for an allowance
I,* O 4e foricreases in the cost of living, as s ch. Rather, the law
't an allo-ande to, compensate for. the differences in living tos to
alh~ington, DC., and the nonforeign areas when living costs there are
aly higher than comparable costs in Washington, D.C.







00 Donald J. Devine
Director











Allowances and Special Rates Division, Compensation Group, 202-632-8742
Z ot ext. 29,742
se~a '5941, Allovances and Differentials Payable in Nonforeign Areas










































































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;S attachment. sIows.. the cost of living allowance rates .ar each.. allowance category
itho ~e. ocations for which allowance has been authored by OPM. It also
il s.des definitions of the allowance categories for use n: determining employee
igLttgblity fOr an allowance.
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tA:C COVERAGE/
?ANCE CATEGORY


!PQWA.TR~a OF PUESTO RICO

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jiiance Category


ALLOWANCE
RATE


INDEX


1981
Index


* Authorized
Allowance
Rate


cil Itetail/
e'atle rousing

deal Retail/
ge~ral Housing.


'dodaeary/PX/
.tj ate Housing

OQomdusiary/FX/
tK#el housing



i VIRGIN ISLANDS
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i local Retail/
'-Privyte Housing
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!:i cal Retail/
,: Federal housing

SComsruarsy/PX/
Private Housing







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106.3


7.5%


106.3


100.9


100.9


7.5%


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1981
Index


113.5


107.3


None*,


None*


Authorized
Allowance
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12.5%


7.5%


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Autbih
1981 Allow
Allowance Category Index Ml

Local Retail/ '
Private Housing 113.0 .......

Local Retail/
Federal Housing 105.7

Commissary/PX/
Private Housing None*

Commi ssary/PX/
Federal Housing None* "


*"None" The allowance category does not exist in this allowance area.
appropriate local retail index and allowance rate applies depending in
of housing occupied.

Definition of Commissary/PX Allowance Areas For Puerto Rico:' ,:

The Commissary/PX rates will apply to those employees who fall into oludi
categories based on the definitions on page 3 of this attachment and who&
stations are located within a 50-mile radius by road from either Fort BIetc
or Roosevelt Roads. All employees whose duty stations are outside the 5,56
radius by road from the nearest of these installations will receive. comrtS?
living allowances based on the appropriate Local Retail rate.





Attachment to FPM Ltr. 591-41


iflf itions of Allowance Categories

he following definitions of the various allowance categories identified in the table
iit::t:his attachment shall be used in determining employee eligibility for the appropriate
i:'i4 ioance rate:

Allowance Category Definition

Local Retail/ This category includes those Federal employ-
Private Housing ees who purchase goods and services from
private retail establishments and who occupy
housing units that are privately owned or
rented. It also includes those employees who
do not fall into one of the other allowance
categories.

Local Retail/ This category includes those Federal employ-
Federal Housing ees who purchase goods and services from
private retail establishments and who occupy,
as a result of their Federal civilian employ-
ment, housing units that are owned or leased
by a Federal agency.

Commissary/PX/ This category includes those Federal employ-
Private Housing ees who have unlimited access to and who use
military commissary and exchange facilities
stemming from their Federal civilian employ-
ment and who occupy housing units that are
privately owned or leased.


Commissary/PX/
Federal Housing


This category includes those Federal employ-
ees who have unlimited access to and who use
military commissary and exchange facilities
stemming from their Federal civilian employ-
ment and who occupy, as a result of their
Federal civilian employment, housing units that
are owned or leased by a Federal agency.


Eligibility for access to military commissary and exchange facilities is
determined by the appropriate military department. If an employee is
furnished commissary/exchange privileges for reasons associated with his
or her Federal civilian employment, he or she will have an identification
card that authorizes access to the facilities. Possession of such an
identification card, i.e., one issued by reason of his or her Federal
civilian employment, is sufficient evidence that the employee uses the
facilities. Similarly, the fact that an employee who has been authorized
to occupy a Federally owned or leased housing unit as a result of his
or her Federal civilian employment actually occupies the unit is evidence
that the unit is "used".


*91.. GOVERNMBNT PRIUTINC OFFICE: 1982-361-393:1107


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