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Federal personnel manual system
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United States -- Office of Personnel Management
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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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----ill--- .. Published in advance
iiTi. .ite 2.8-7 : of incorporation in FPM
........ ......................................... Supplement 298-2
jE CT ..via$on of the monthly Report of Federal Civilian
SEmployment (SF 113-A) As Result of CSRA and Other Changes RHIN UNTIL SUPSEDED

Washington, D. C. 20415
August 13, 1979
IEii ds of Depa!rments and Independnt Establishments:

i I s. S Lettoer 298-2, "Revision of Monthly Report of Federal Civilian Employment
;I::: I3-IA) September 13, 1978, contained instructions for preparation of the
I aItii hly Report of Federal Civilian Employment (SF 113-A). Since that FPM Letter
..m. iu'*aed, several events have occurred which require updating of those
iAsttcotino.

A|Jp l.i::. major pieces of legislation which impact on..the 113-A reporting
t.i :i!:::i:.tr..tisa are the Federal Employees Part-time Career Employment Act (P.L.
5 a. ad the Civil Service Reform Act (P.L. 95-454). Background on each Act
s t d ". below. A summary of the effect of the Federal Employees Part-time
Ca piiiyil"iimen"': .':i e t Act and the Civil Service Reform Act a- the reporting instruc-
a.l o~r the 113-A is at Attachment 1. A detailed revision of 113-A reporting
1" ".cti" is at Attachment 2; these instructions are being incorporated into
Mf Supplement 298-2 entitled "The 113 Summary Data Reporting System."

S .eBw10.; 19:78, the President signed the Federal Employees Part-time Career
Y.rs Act t. This legislation supported the expansion of part-time employment
W i' l aities the Federal Government and made certain changes in the way part-
A : ti er t~mPylyee are provided fringe benefits and, effective October 1980, counted
I~atpyut ceilings. The legislation also emphasized permanent part-time
iiiiiii y t is the 16 to 32 hours-per-week range.

0 #:::Qotber4 13, 1978, the President signed the Civil Service Reform Act (CSRA)
!eignd to't Improve government efficiency and to balance management authority
iiiiiirii n:I' i plta:ee protections. One of the provisions (Title IV) of this Act estab-
III i te Senicf Executive Service (SES) -- a service entirely separate from
I iI the Com ttive and Excepted Services. This Service wAs established to ensure
!it the i ecutive management of the Government of the "United States is responsive
a,: tK ba4eds' pblfEcte and goals of the Nation and is of the highest quality. It
pi:.ii pitadlliil.j!!'!::;: es greater flexibility for managing the Government's executive work
Aoc.,.i.::.' Ather provision of the CSRA (See. 311) call~ for a temporary limitation
n emplo'ymeni;t in the Executive Branch. This provision states that the number of
i;;l~j~~ Cmployees in the Executive Branch on September 30, 1979, on September 30,
||i:19O, : i.and on September 30, 1981 should not exceed the number of employees on
Sa" pteiber 30, 1977. It also permitted Executive Branch agencies to report those
.part t ea employees who exceeded the September 1977 level on a full-time equivalent
...... ....i basic* (Agencies are not to interpret this provision as changing in any way the
: ::: emptlment calinas .issued by the Office of Management and Budget. Compliance with
Sthi- provision is based on Executive Branch-wide employment rather than an agency by
agei y basis.)





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Attachment 1 to FPM Letter 298-7


Effect of the Federal Employees Part-time Career Employment Act and the Civil Service
Reform Act on Reporting Instructions for the Monthly Report of Federal Civilian
Employment (SF 113-A)


1. Federal Employees Part-time Career Employment Act (P.L. 95-437)

a. For reporting purposes, the law makes no changes (from FPM Letter 298-2) in the
way agencies should report part-time employment statistics on the SF 113-A until the
October 1980 report, at which time a revised ceiling counting procedure takes effect.
Instructions for reporting part-time employees effective October 1980 will be forth-
coming in an FPM letter in the 298 series.

b. Agencies should therefore continue to reflect part-time employees, whenever
appropriate, in all lines of the 113-A except lines 3, 4, 5, 8. 16, and 30. Part-time
employees who are in Tenure Group 1 or 2 (regardless of scheduled workweek) should con-
tinue to be reported on line 7, "Part-time with Permanent Appointments".

c. For further information on the Federal Employees Part-time Career Employment
Act, see FPM Bulletin 340-1, "The Part-time Career Employment Act of 1978 -- An Agency
Guide on P. L. 95-437" (April 11, 1979).

2. Civil Service Reform Act (P.L. 95-454)

a. Senior Executive Service (Title IV)

(1) FPM Letter 296-55, "Documentation of Personnel Actions Taken for the Senior
Executive Service," dated June 4, 1979 contains instructions for processing personnel
actions taken in the Senior Executive Service (SES). FPM Letter 296-55 introduced 6 new
Tenure Group codes (4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9) and 6 new Position Occupied codes (3, 4, 5, 6,
7, and 8).

Tenure Group codes 4, 5, or 6 are used to identify employees with SES
career appointments.

Tenure Group code 7 is used to identify employees with SES noncareer
appointments.

Tenure Group codes 8 or 9 are used to identify employees with SES
limited appointments.

Position occupied codes 3 or 4 are used to identify employees occupying
positions in the SES.

Position occupied codes 5 or 6 are used to identify employees occupying
positions in the Competitive Service which have been designated as SES positions but the
employees declined conversion to SES.

Position occupied codes 7 or 8 are used to identify employees occupying
positions in the Excepted Service which have been designated as SES positions but the
employees declined conversion to SES.

(2) Instructions for reporting employees in the Senior Executive Service (SES)
on the SF 113-A are effective for the July 1979 report. All agencies which have em-
ployees in the SES are to include them, whenever appropriate, in all lines of the 113-A
except 9. 10, 22. and 23.

(3) To minimize reporting impact on agencies, Line 11, "Excepted Service" and
Line 12, "Excepted Service, with Permanent Appointments" should now also reflect em-
ployees in the SES. Line 11 therefore should reflect the total of all employees in both
























































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Reporting of employees on Lines 9 Thru 12 of the 113-A a/

And the Position Occupied Code Is
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Competitive Ecepted SES General SES Career Compericive- Competitive- Excepted- Excepted-
Reserved SES Designated SES Designated SES Desig- SES Desig-
General Career Reserved nated nated
General Career
Reserved
Then Report the Employee On:

0 Temp. Limited Line 9 Line 11 Line 11 *
and Excepted
Limited

1 Career and Line 9 Line 11 Line 9 Line 9 Line 11 Line 11
Excepted Line 10 Line 12 Line 10 Line 10 Line 12 Line 12
Permanent

2 Career and Line 9 Line 11 *a Line 9 Line 9 Line 11 Line 11
Career Con- Line 10 Line 12 Line 10 Line 10 Line 12 Line 12
ditional and
Excepted
Permanent
and Con-
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3 Nonstatus Line 9 Line 11 a Line 9 Line 9 Line 11
If the Non-Limited
Employee's and Excepted
Tenure Limited and
Group Code Indefinite
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4 SES Career Line 11 Line 11 *
Line 12 Line 12

5 SES Career Line 11 Line 11
Line 12 Line 12

6 SES Career Line 11 Line 11
Line 12 Line 12

7 5ES Noncareer Line 11
Line 12

8 SES Limited Line 11*
Term

9 SES Limited Line 11 *
Emergency

a/ See FPM Supplements 292-1 and 296-31 and FFP Letter 296-55 for specific use and definitions of tenure and position occupied codes.

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Attachment 2 to FPM Letter 298-7


Revised Definitions for Selected Lines on the SF 113-A

Below are revised SF 113-A line definitions and edits which meet reporting requirements
of the Federal Employees Part-time Career Employment Act and the Civil Service Reform
Act. Only those line definitions and edits which are affected by this legislation are
presented here; the definition of lines and edits not shown here are the same as those
presented in FIM Letter 298-2, "Revision of Monthly Report of Federal Civilian Employment
(SF 113-A)," September 13, 1978. Agencies should continue to report statistics according
to those definitions. Note also that agencies should reflect part-time employees as ap-
propriate in all lines of the 113-A except lines 3, 4, 5, 8, 16, and 30; similarly, em-
ployees in the Senior Executive Service (SES) should be included in all lines except 9,
10, 22, and 23.

SECTION I CURRENT STATUS

Line 5 Full-Time with Permanent Appointments

Employees included in line 3 (i.e.4 full-time) who are in Tenure Group 1, 2, 4, 5, 6,
or 7. Permanent appointments are defined as follows (FPM Supplement 296-31, Table 3,
pages V-16 and V-17):

Tenure Group 1: Competitive Service Tenure Group 1 includes employees serving
under career appointments who either have completed probation or are not required to
serve probation, and who are not serving in obligated positions (i.e., positions to
which another employee has statutory restoration rights after military duty or re-
employment rights under subpart B of part 352 of the Office of Personnel Management's
regulations).

Excepted Service Tenure Group 1 includes employees whose appoint-
ments carry no restriction or condition such as conditional, indefinite, specific time
limitation, or trial period.

Tenure Group 2: Competitive Service Tenure Group 2 includes employees serving
under career-conditional appointments, and under career appointments who are serving
probation or are in obligated positions.

Excepted Service Tenure Group 2 includes employees who are
serving trial periods, who are indefinite solely because they are serving in obligated
positions, or whose tenure is equivalent to career-conditional tenure in the competitive
service in agencies that have that type of appointment (for example, excepted appoint-
ment-conditional) .

Tenure Groups 4, 5, 6, and 7: Includes employees in the Senior Executive Service
serving under SES career appointments (4, 5, or 6) and SES noncareer appointments (7).

For purposes of this report, "permanent appointments" consist of Tenure Groups 1, 2, 4,
5, 6, and 7.

Line 7 Part-Time with Permanent Appointments

Part-time employees included in line 6 who have permanent appointments (Tenure Groups 1,
2, 4, 5, 6, and 7) as defined in line 5.

Line 9 Competitive Service, Total

Relevant portions of the definition of the competitive service from Title 5, United
States Code, are reprinted on the next page.





Attachment 2 to FPM Letter 298-7


Section 2102. The Competitive Service

(a) The "competitive service" consists of --

(1) all civil service positions in the executive branch, except --

(A) positions which are specifically excepted from the competitive
service by or under statute;

(B) positions to which appointments are made by nomination for confirma-
tion by the Senate,'unless the Senate otherwise directs; and

(C) positions in the Senior Executive Service

(2) civil service positions not in the executive branch which are specifi-
cally included in the competitive service by statute.

(b) Notwithstanding subsection (a)(1)(B) of this section, the "competitive service"
includes positions to which appointments are made by nomination for confirmation by the
Senate when specifically included therein by statute.

(c) As used in other Acts of Congress, "classified civil service" or "classified
service" means the "competitive service."

Include employees in Tenure Group 0, 1, 2, or 3 and position occupied codes 1, 5, or 6.

Lines 9 and 11 should add to line 1 in each column.

Line 10 Competitive Service, with Permanent Appointments

Employees occupying positions in the Competitive Service and who are in Tenure Group 1
or 2 as defined on line 5 and position occupied code 1, 5, or 6.

Line 11 Excepted Service and Senior Executive Service. Total

The Excepted Service and Senior Executive Service consist of those civil service
positions not in the Competitive Service. Include employees in position occupied
codes 2, 3, 4, 7, or 8 regardless of Tenure, (i.e., tenure codes 0 through 9).

Line 12 Excepted Service and Senior Executive Service, with Permanent Appointments

Employees occupying positions in the Excepted Service (position occupied code 2, 7,
or 8) and who are in Tenure Group 1 or 2 and employees occupying positions in the SES
(position occupied codes 3 or 4) and who are in Tenure Group 4, 5, 6, or 7.

SECTION III TURNOVER

This section covers personnel actions which result in the addition to, and the loss
from an agency's work force. Accessions include appointments from civil service re-
gisters which are career or career-conditional appointments, excepted appointments,
appointments to the Senior Executive Service, temporary appointments from registers,
temporary appointments pending the establishment of registers, reappointment, rein-
statements, restorations and returns to duty, and transfers. Separations include
quits, terminations, reductions-in-force, removals, transfers, extended leave without
pay, suspensions, furloughs, deaths, retirements, and displacements.

Each turnover line described below is accompanied by a list of personnel action codes
(PAC). The list of personnel action codes for each line is to be used only as a guide
in reporting Federal employees. Some PACs are included in several lines; agencies





Attachment 2 to PPM Letter 298- 7


should review, to the extent possible, the individual employee's situation and report
the employee in the appropriate liness. The personnel action codes listed for each
line are taken from FPM Supplement 292-1 and Book V, Table 1 of FPM Supplement 296-31,
which contains explanatory material on their use.

Line 19 Total Accessions

Personnel actions during the period being reported which result in the addition of
employees to the department or agency's Competitive, Excepted or Senior Executive
Services.

Exclude shifts within the agency or department but which are between any organizations
that are below the agency or department (e.g., CM00) level. Such organizations will
generally be those assigned a single Central Personnel Data File (CPDF) agency subele-
ment code by the Office of Personnel Management. Similarly, this exclusion covers
S agency suborganizations which are not identified in CPDF. For example, an agency has
been assigned an agency code of XX00. This agency has four suborganizations which have
been assigned a code of XX01 thru XX04. The following exclusions apply:

1. Movement between two suborganizations, e.g., between XX01 and XX02.

2. Movement between two reporting units within a suborganizstion, i.e., movement
within either XX01, XX02, XX03, or XX04.

3. Actions that carry the Nature of Action suffix CAO or Change in Appointing Office
on the SF 50. See FPM Supplement 296-31, Book V, Table 4.

Include employee shifts involving only agencies and/or departments. For example, in-
clude shifts between agency A which has been assigned an agency code of AAOO and agency
X which has been assigned an agency code of XX00.

Include shifts between agencies when reorganizations are effected by laws or Executive
Orders which shift groups of employees and the functions they perform. Please footnote
reports when such reorganizations occur, giving the authority (law or Executive Order),
date of change, number of employees gained and the name of the other agency or agencies
involved.

Total accessions include the following personnel action codes: 100, 101, 106, 107,
108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 124, 128, 130,
131, 132, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 160, 161, 170, 171, 172,
173, 176, 177, 178, 179, 181, 190-213*, 214, 280, 292, 294, 295.

Line 20 Transfers Accessions

Employees, who without a break in service of one full workday, change from a position
in one agency to a position in another agency. Include mass transfers of employees
between agencies as a result of transfer of functions. Include personnel action codes
130, 131, 132, 145, 147.

Line 21 Total New Hires

Appointments to positions in the Competitive, Excepted, and Senior Executive Services
of accessions included in line 19 based on the following personnel action codes: 100,
101, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 124,
128, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 146, 148, 149, 170, 171, 172, 173, 176, 177, 178, 179, 214.

U.S. Postal Service should distribute these actions as appropriate on lines 20, 21,
and 24.





Attachment 2 to FIP Letter 298- 7 (4)



Exclude transfers and employees exercising reemployment rights (such as restorati es)
and returns to duty.

Line 22 Accessions to the Competitive Service

Personnel actions included in line 19 which result in the addition of employees to the.:
Competitive Service of the department or agency. Include personnel action codes 10O,
101, 106, 107, 108, 110, 112, 113, 115, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122. 124, 128, 130,
131, 132. 140, 141, 160, 161, 181, 214, 280, 292, 294, 295.

Exclude accessions to the Excepted and Senior Executive Services. Note that line 19
minus line 22 should be total accessions to the Excepted and Senior Execunt e Services.

Line 23 New Hires to the Competitive Service

Appointments to positions in the Competitive Service based on the following personnel
action codes: 100, 101, 106, 107, 108, 110, 112, 113, 115, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121,
122, 124, 128, 140, 141, 214.

Note that this line excludes conversions, transfers, restorations, reemployments,
returns to duty, new hires and accessions to the Excepted and Senior Executive Services.
Line 21 minus line 23 should be total new hires to the Excepted and Senior Executiv
Services. F

Line 25 Total Separations

Personnel actions during the period being reported which result in the loss of employ-
ees from the work force of the department or agency.

Exclude shifts within the agency or department but which are between aay organizations
that are below the agency or department (e.g., (K00) level. Such organizations will
generally be those assigned a single Central Personnel Data File (CPBF) agency sub-
element code by the Office of Personnel Management. Similarly, this exclusion covers
agency suborganizations which are not identified in CPDF. For example, an agency has
been assigned an agency code of XXOO. This agency has four suborganisations which have
been assigned a code of XX01 thru XX04. The following exclusions apply:

1. Movement between two suborganizations, e.g., between XX01 and 1X02.

2. Movement between two reporting units within a suborganization, i.e., movement
within either XX01, XX02, XX03, or XX04.

3. Actions that carry the Nature of Action suffix CAD or Change in Appointment
Office on the SF 50. See FPH Supplement 296-31, Book V, Table 4.

Include employee shifts involving only agencies and/or departments. or example, in-
clude shifts between agency A which has been assigned an agency code of AAOO and agency
I which has been assigned an agency code of XOO0.

Include shifts between agencies when reorganizations are effected by laws or Executive
Orders which shift groups of employees and the functions they perform. Please footnote
reports when such reorganizations occur, giving the authority (law or Executive Order),
date of change, number of employees lost and the name of the other agency or agencies
involved.

Count all losses as separations on the day after the last day of active duty. Do not
include in total separations employees whose separations are effective at the end of
their tour of duty on the report date; the separation actions for such employees
should be included in the following month's report. To the extent possible, agencies
should avoid double counting of the same employee as a separation. For example, if





Attachment 2 to FEP Letter 298- 7


an employee is on extended leave without pay and counted as a separation, the employee
should not be counted again if he resigns or is terminated without returning to duty.

Include the following actions as separations for periods scheduled to, or which actually
Aeceed 30 calendar days: extended leave without pay, suspension, or furlough.

Employees who are on leave with pay pending separation by either disability or optional
Retirement are to be counted as a separation only upon the eventual separation by dis-
ability or optional retirement.

Transfers require special attention. To safeguard employee rights, the practice is
that a "separation" SF-50 is not prepared for an employee who transfers to another
agency until an "accession" SF-50 is received by the losing office which continues to
report this person in total employment. These procedures can result in the employee
being reported in both agencies' total employment for the same month. For purposes of
the SF 113-A, the losing agency should exclude transfers from line 1 as soon as they
cease to be paid by the losing agency, even though that agency may not have received an
"accession" SF-50 by the time the SF 113-A report is prepared. Under these procedures
for handling transfers, a system check should be built into automated systems to
preclude a break in service.

Total separations include the following personnel action codes: 300, 301, 302, 304, 305,
306, 309, 310, 311, 313, 314, 315, 316, 317, 319, 320, 321, 322, 323, 324, 325, 326, 327,
328, 330, 331, 332, 333, 335, 336, 337, 338, 340, 344, 345, 346, 347, 348, 349, 350, 351,
352, 353, 354, 357, 358, 359, 360, 365, 371, 380, 381, 382, 383, 384, 460, 465, 470, 472.

Line 26 Transfers Separations

Employees, who without a break in service of one full workday, change from a position
in one agency to a position in another agency. Include mass transfers of employees
between agencies as a result of transfer of functions. Include personnel action codes
311, 320, 321, 322, 332.


SECTION IV EMPLOYMENT CEILING DATA

This section relates to ceiling information required by the Office of Management and
Budget (0MB) to administer the President's employment ceilings. (Agencies which are
not subject to employment ceiling limitations by (KB are to report employment and
payroll data as if they had been assigned a ceiling. Employment and payroll data in
this section will correspond to those reported in Section I lines 1, 4, and sum of
lines 17 and 18, if there are no ceiling exempt employees as listed below.) All data
in this section exclude employment and payroll of employees exempt from the President's
ceiling control as listed below:

(1) Summer Aids appointed under Schedule A authority, section 213.3102 (v);

(2) The Stay-in-School Program, employees appointed under Schedule A, section
213.3102 (w);

(3) The Federal Junior Fellowship Program, employees appointed under Schedule B,
section 213.3202 (f);

(4) Persons in the Worker-Trainee Opportunity Program who are in developmental
jobs (for a twelve-month period from date of appointment) who were selected from the
Worker-Trainee register, or appointed under the Veterans Readjustment Appointment (VRA)
Program. (See FPH Letter 713-33); and


(5) Those employees covered by any official exemptions granted by OKB.





Attachment 2 to FPM Letter 298- 7 (6)



Exclude from the employment and payroll lines employees on leave without pay, furiloKugh,
or suspension whose leave actually exceeds or is scheduled to exceed 30 calendar days.;

Exclude also employees on leave with pay pending separation by disability retirement
who meet all of the following criteria:

(1) their application for disability retirement has been approved by the Office
of Personnel Management; and

(2) their use of sick leave actually exceeds, or is scheduled to exceed 30
calendar days.

Exclude employees on leave with pay pending separation by optional retirement who meet
all of the following criteria:

(1) Employee has to retire because of ill health.

(2) Employee is on sick leave and the employing agency has received a licensed
physician's certificate covering the entire period for which the employee has requested
sick leave.

(3) Employee meets age and service requirements for optional retirement.

(4) SF 2801, Application for Retirement, has been submitted for retirement to
become effective when sick leave expires.

(5) The employee's use of sick leave exceeds or is scheduled to exceed 30 calendar
days !ii

Edits

Edits contained in FPM Letter 298-2 are still in effect. Those which have changed as
a result of agency experience with the edits or as a result of changes in reporting re-
quirements are listed below. (The edit numbers are those shown in FPM Letter 298-2.)

Edit No.

3. Revise to: Each of the lines 2 through 15 should be less than or equal to
line 1 in each column.

16. Delete: Line 13 should be less than or equal to line 1 in each column.
Edit 16 is covered in edit no. 3.

17. Delete: Line 16 should be less than or equal to line 1 in each column.

49. Revise to: Line 11 minus line 12 gives the number of employees with temporary
and indefinite appointments in the Excepted and Senior Executive Services.

57. Revise to: Line 19 minus line 22 gives the number of accessions to the Excepted
and Senior Executive Services.

58. Revise to: Line 21 minus line 23 gives the number of new hires to the Excepted
and Senior Executive Services.





Attachment 3 to FMF Letter 298- 7


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Form Approved
OMB No. 50-R0138
Monthly Report of
Fedri Civilian Employment N'" "c .Conro
Federal Civilian Employment Mae 'M-CSC-#O


1. Department or Agency 2. Code 3. Other Organizational Unit 4. Code
(CSC Use) (CSC Use)


S. Period Covered (Use a 6-digit number to indicate month, day, and year in items a. b. and c below. Example: 01 08178)
a, Employment As Of: b. Payroll c. Turnover
From To From To


E e P Overseas United States
Employment, Payroll, All Areas Territories Foreign Wmh. DC. IOule Was DC
Turnover, and Ceiling Data (A) f the U.S. Countries Mtro Ar Maro Arm
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SECTION I-CURRENT STATUS
1. Total Employment
2. Toal In Permanent Positions ______
3 Full-Time '-._____ _.
4. Full-Tim n Permanent Positions .... ____________
5 Full-Tim with Permanet Appointments _______ .
. Pai-Time __________ "' ______
7. Part-Tim with Permanent Appoimntm ents ____
S. Intermittent ....______ ...,_..,
P. Competitive Service __ ___
10. With Permanent Appointments _______-'' ____ '_'. ____";.
11. Exepted Service & SES ____ ______ ____
12. With Permanent Appointments ', _
13. Wage Systems ____
14. U.S. Citizens _______
15. Noncitizens
16. Total Intermittents Not Working

SECTION II-PAYROLL (In Thousands oLto a, oitxample; 1,213,600Should Appear as 1,214)
17. Wages and Salaries Earned-Total I "
18. Lump Sum Payments

SECTION Ill-TURNOVER
19; Total Accessions
20D Transfers
21. Total New Hires
22. Accessions to the Competitive Service____
23. New Hires to the Competitive Service
24. U.S. Citizens
25. Total Separationis
26. Transfers
27. Ouits
28. U.S. Citizens

SECTION IV-EMPLOYMENT CEILING DATA
29. Total Ceiling Employment
3D. Full-Tim in Permanent Positions
31. Total Payroll to Ceiling Employees



Certified by (Signature) Official Position Location and Dale (Month,
Telephone Number Day, Year)




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