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No. A rating of record does not change when an employee moves to another agency or organization, whether or not they use a different summary pattern. However, there is no predetermined value associated with a specific rating of record for reduction in force purposes if there is a mix of rating patterns within the competitive area. Therefore, an employee will not know how many years of additional service credit will be given for a specific rating of record until an agency is getting ready to run a reduction in force, determines whether a mix of patterns exists, and, if one does, decides how service credit will be assigned. To help employees understand the crediting for performance within a particular competitive area, agencies should communicate this information as soon as practicable after they make the necessary decisions.
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