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The Standard Form 50 (SF-50), Notification of Personnel Action, contains your series, grade, and other information useful to you or required if applying for reinstatement. Refer to box 9 and/or 17 for the series or "Occ. Code." Box 10 and/or 18 provides the grade.
If you do not have a copy of your last SF-50, you can obtain it from the National Personnel Records Center of the National Archives and Records Administration. Civilian personnel records are normally transferred to the National Personnel Records Center within 120 days after an employee's separation from Federal employment. To obtain copies of your SF-50s, send written authorization to:
Your request should contain, at a minimum, the following information:
Finally, be sure to SIGN YOUR LETTER. No information will be released without a signed request. For more information, please visit their website at: http://www.archives.gov/st-louis/civilian-personnel/
If the records center does not have your records, or you have left Federal Employment within the last 120 days, contact your previous agency's human resources office.
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