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Federal Register / Vol. 64, No. 5 / Friday, January 8, 1999 / Notices

The 1998 employee annual appraisal will be done according to Component performance plan rules in effect at the time of the 1998 close-out.  Employees will be moved by personnel action into the demonstration project and into the appropriate broadband level by February 9, 1999, or as specified in the organization’s  implementation plan approved by DoD and OPM.  It is acknowledged that implementation will be staggered and organizations will join as they successfully finalize negotiated agreements.  Employees will receive base pay adjustments for accrued within-grade increases and/or career ladder promotions at the time they are reassigned into the demonstration project.  All employees under the demonstration project will receive the January 1999 general pay increase.  

8.  CCAS Grievance Procedures

Bargaining unit employees who are covered under a collective bargaining agreement may grieve CCAS pay determinations under the grievance-arbitration provisions of the agreement.  Other employees not included in a bargaining unit may utilize the appropriate administrative grievance procedures to raise a grievance against CCAS pay (5 CFR Part 771), with supplemental instructions as described below.

An employee may grieve the OCS (rating of record).  If an employee is covered by a negotiated grievance procedure that includes grievances over appraisal scores, then the employee must resolve a grievance over an appraisal score under that procedure (i.e., that procedure is the sole and exclusive procedure for resolving such grievances).  If an employee is not in a bargaining unit, or is in a bargaining unit but grievances over appraisal scores are not covered under a negotiated grievance procedure, then the employee may use the administrative grievance procedure (5 CFR Part 771) with supplemental instructions described in the following paragraph.

The employee will submit the grievance first to the rating official, who will submit a recommendation to the pay pool panel.  The pay pool panel may accept the rating official’s recommendation or reach an independent decision.  In the event that the pay pool panel’s decision is different from the rating official’s recommendation, appropriate justification will be provided.  The pay pool panel’s decision is final unless the employee requests reconsideration by the next higher official to the pay pool manager.  That official would then render the final decision on the grievance.

9.  Using the CCAS Rating as Additional Years of Retention Service Credit During Reduction in Force

Table 7 illustrates the years of retention service credit associated with appraisal results:

TABLE 7 - RETENTION SERVICE CREDIT ASSOCIATED

WITH APPRAISAL RESULTS

Business Management &

Technical Management Professional

OCS Range

Broadband

OCS

Years of Retention Service Credit

Level

Normal Range

20

16

12

0

I

0 - 29

21 or above

11 - 20

1 - 10

0

II

22 - 66

56 or above

39 - 55

22 - 38

21 or lower

III

61 - 83

76 or above

69 - 75

61 - 68

60 or lower

IV

79 - 100

95 or above

87 - 94

79 - 86

78 or lower

Technical Management Support

OCS Range

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