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Human Resources and Security Specialists should use this tool to determine the correct investigation level for any covered position within the U.S. Federal Government.
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Yes. Payments for eligible employees must be made retroactive to the effective date of the law (the first pay period beginning on or after March 11, 2009) for qualifying periods of active duty service.
Based on the eligibility requirements in Section II in the OPM Policy Guidance. You must provide your agency with a copy of your military orders to active duty.
Employees should contact their human resources office.
Generally, employees must submit a copy of their military orders and copies of their military leave and earnings statements showing the amount of military pay and allowances they received during this active duty period. Employees must contact their human resources office for additional information and instructions.
If the orders do not cite a specific authority, direct the employees back to their reserve unit to ask for orders that clearly state the authority code. Employees should also contact their reserve unit with any questions related to the authority code.
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