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OPM Contact: Murray M. Meeker
On October 3, 1997, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM)
received a claim for the restoration of forfeited annual leave from
an employee at the U.S. Army Reserve Personnel Center (ARPERCEN) in
[xxx]. However, by letter dated November 13, 1997, the Director of
the Information Management Directorate at ARPERCEN informed OPM
that the claimant had failed to obtain a Commander's decision. On
January 16, 1998, OPM received a copy of a decision from ARPERCEN's
Commanding Officer which denied the employee's restoration
By letter dated February 3, 1998, the employee advised OPM that
she intended to pursue her claim as part of a discrimination
complaint. OPM does not render decisions concerning allegations of
employment discrimination in the Federal Government. OPM has,
therefore, dismissed this claim.