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We have provided a sample of an action proposed under Part 432 in the
appendix to this booklet, but the real answer to this question lies in
your agency. Each agency has a "culture" that defines the amount of
information and documentation that will go into a proposal notice. At a
minimum, your notice will state which regulation the
action is being taken under, specify what critical performance
element(s) the employee failed to meet, cite the evidence of
unacceptable performance, and discuss the opportunity period (or the
lack of one). The notice will also explain to the employee the time
allowed for a written and/or oral response. Ask your human resources
specialist for some samples of other performance-based notices to get a
sense of what your agency requires.
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