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Yes. Federal employee appraisal law (section
4302(a) of title 5, United States Code) requires Federal
to establish one or more appraisal systems. If an agency
finds a need
to describe different general policies and parameters for
groups of employees who are not in the Senior Executive
it can develop more than one appraisal system. However, the
of Personnel Management anticipates that most agencies will
it necessary to develop more than one set of general
guidelines. If an agency believes it needs to develop
its designated representative should call the agency's
management contact in the Office of Personnel Management to
the agency's special needs.
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