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Overview

The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) provides leadership on Federal leave policies and programs. We accomplish this by developing and maintaining Governmentwide regulations and policies for agencies to use to administer leave, including annual leave, sick leave, the Family and Medical Leave Act, Federal leave sharing programs, military leave, and time off for special circumstances - e.g., early dismissal or closure for weather emergencies. Ultimately, each Federal agency is responsible for complying with the law and OPM's Governmentwide regulations and following OPM's policies and guidance to administer leave policies and programs for its own employees.

On June 26, 2013, the Supreme Court ruled that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is unconstitutional. As a result of the Supreme Court’s decision, the United States Office of Personnel Management (OPM) will now be able to extend certain benefits to Federal employees and annuitants who have legally married a spouse of the same sex, regardless of the employee’s or annuitant’s state of residency. OPM is currently in the process of updating and revising the website to reflect this change, and will be updating this information as soon as possible. Please check back in the coming weeks for updates.

Leave-Related Fact Sheets and Forms

Special Topics

Emergencies

Authorities and Reports

Regulations

Reports

Leave Administration Alerts Email List

Leave Forms

FormDescription
OPM 71 Request for Leave or Approved Absence
OPM 630 Application to Become a Leave Recipient Under the Voluntary Leave Transfer Program
OPM 630A Request to Donate Annual Leave to Leave Recipient Under the Voluntary Leave Transfer Program (Within Agency)
OPM 630B Request to Donate Annual Leave to Leave Recipient Under the Voluntary Leave Transfer Program (Outside Agency)
OPM 630C Transfer of Leave Records for Leave Recipient Covered by the Voluntary Leave Transfer Program
OPM 1637 Application to Become a Leave Recipient Under the Emergency Leave Transfer Program
OPM 1638 Request to Donate Annual Leave Under the Emergency Leave Transfer Program
OPM 1639 Transfer of Donated Annual Leave To/From the Emergency Leave Transfer Program
WH-380-E FMLA Medical Certification Form for Employee's Serious Health Condition
WH-380-F FMLA Medical Certification Form for Family Member's Serious Health Condition
WH-384 FMLA Certification for Qualifying Exigency

Fact Sheets

The fact sheets below provide information on various topics concerning leave administration for Federal employees covered under title 5 of the United States Code and title 5 of the Code of Federal Regulations. The title 5 statutes regarding leave administration can be found in 5 U.S.C chapter 63, Leave. OPM's regulations on the establishment of work schedules can be found in 5 CFR part 630, Absence and Leave.

Reference Materials

Laws, Regulations and Other References

This index highlights the laws, regulations, and other references relating to Federal leave programs and policies. The index is a valuable resource for researching major leave subject-matter areas. Please contact your agency personnel office, library, legal office, or information technology office to obtain copies of the documents cited (e.g., laws, regulations, Executive orders, opinions of the Comptroller General (Comp. Gen.)1, etc.). Since each agency is responsible for Federal leave administration, it is imperative that you also consult your agency's internal policies and collective bargaining agreements, as applicable.

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A

SUBJECTLAW

5 U.S.C. (unless otherwise indicated)

REGULATION/OTHER

5 CFR (unless otherwise indicated)

Absence bone marrow/organ donation 6327  
funerals, law enforcement officers 6327  
funerals, relatives in Armed Forces 6326  
funerals, veterans 6321  
hostile actions abroad 6325  
police and firemen, resulting from duty 6324  
Accrual

annual leave

full-time 6303(a) 630.202
part-time 6302(c) 630.303
Senior Executive Service (SES) 6303(f) 630.301
uncommon tours   630.210

sick leave

full-time 6307(a) 630.202
part-time 6302(c) 630.406, 630.202(b)
uncommon tours   630.210
change in accrual rate 6303(c)  
Accumulation

annual leave

6304(a) 630.304, 630.302
Overseas 6304(b) 630.302
SES 6304(f) 630.301

sick leave

6307(b)  
Administrative leave (see excused absence)
Adoption (sick leave)   6307(c) 630.401(a)(6)
Advance leave annual leave 6302(d)  
sick leave 6307(d) 630.209, 630.404
refund value of sick leave   630.208(d); Comp. Gen. Opinion B-189531 (09/14/77)
not likely to return to duty   25 Comp. Gen. 874 (1946)23 Comp. Gen. 837 (1944)
Alternative work schedules (leave administration)   6129  
Annual leave covered employees 6301 part 630, subparts B and C;Title II-Leave, Civilian Personnel Law Manual, chapter 2-Annual Leave
general provisions 5302
Accrual 6303
maximum accumulation 6304
transfer between different leave systems 6308
reduction in force - use of annual leave to qualify for retirement/health benefits 6302(g) 351.606(b), 351.608, 630.212
agency discretion   39 Comp. Gen. 611 (1960); 16 Comp. Gen. 481 (1936)
Annuities (computation, use of sick leave)   8339(m) 630.407, 831.302

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B

SUBJECTLAW

5 U.S.C. (unless otherwise indicated)

REGULATION/OTHER

5 CFR (unless otherwise indicated)

Back pay (restored annual leave)   5596(b)(1)(B) 550.805(g)
Bereavement (sick leave)   6307(d) 630.401(a)(4)

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C

SUBJECTLAW

5 U.S.C. (unless otherwise indicated)

REGULATION/OTHER

5 CFR (unless otherwise indicated)

Court jury duty 6322 Title II-Leave, Civilian Personnel Law Manual, chapter 5, part C-Court Leave
witness 6322  
credit/retention of fees 5515, 5537 Title I-Compensation, Civilian Personnel Law Manual, chapter 9-Service as Juror or Witness
Creditable service for leave accrual   6303(a) Title II-Leave, Civilian Personnel Law Manual, chapter 2, part C-Creditable Services and part D-Noncreditable Services
Agriculture Soil Conservation Service (ASCS) and Nonappropriated Fund (NAF) Employees 6312
District of Columbia Police and Firemen's Retirement System   Comp. Gen. Opinion
B-256756 (4/11/95)

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D

SUBJECTLAW

5 U.S.C. (unless otherwise indicated)

REGULATION/OTHER

5 CFR (unless otherwise indicated)

Demonstration projects (prohibition of leave waiver)   4703(c)(1)  
Desert shield/desert storm reservists leave bank   Public Law 102-25 (04/06/91) part 630, subpart K
Dismissal, administrative (daily, hourly, and piece-work)   6104 part 610, subpart C
Dismissals, administrative/emergency   301, 6104, 6302(a) part 610, subpart C
Leave Without Pay status   56 Comp. Gen. 393 (1977)

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E

SUBJECTLAW

5 U.S.C. (unless otherwise indicated)

REGULATION/OTHER

5 CFR (unless otherwise indicated)

Emergency leave transfer   6391 part 630, subpart K
Employees covered by the federal leave system   6301(2) Title II-Leave, Civilian Personnel Law Manual, chapter I, part B-Employees Covered and part C-Employees Excluded
Exclusion of presidential appointees   6301(2)(xi) 630.211
Excused absence   6104, 6302(a) Title II-Leave, Civilian Personnel Law Manual, chapter 5, part A-Administrative Leave

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F

SUBJECTLAW

5 U.S.C. (unless otherwise indicated)

REGULATION/OTHER

5 CFR (unless otherwise indicated)

Family and medical leave act (fmla)(title i administered by the department of labor)   29 U.S.C. 2601 et seq. 29 CFR part 825
Family and medical leave act (fmla)(title ii administered by the office of personnel management)   6381-6387 part 630, subpart L
Expanded family and medical leave    

1997 Presidential Memorandum (includes OPM questions and answers); also:

OPM Memorandum, April 14, 1997

Family care (sick leave)   6307(d)(1) 630.401(a)(3)
Family member (definition) Family and Medical Leave 6381 630.1202
leave transfer   630.902
leave bank   630.1002
emergency leave transfer   630.1102
sick leave 6307(d) 630.201(b)

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H

SUBJECTLAW

5 U.S.C. (unless otherwise indicated)

REGULATION/OTHER

5 CFR (unless otherwise indicated)

    6103, 6104 part 610, subpart B Title II-Leave, Civilian Personnel Law Manual, chapter 5, part B-Holidays
Leave Without Pay before and after     Comp. Gen. Opinion
B-187520 (02/22/77)
Leave Without Pay before or after     56 Comp. Gen. 393 (1977)
Home leave   6305 part 630, subpart F;Title II-Leave, Civilian Personnel Law Manual, chapter 5, part E-Home Leave

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J

SUBJECTLAW

5 U.S.C. (unless otherwise indicated)

REGULATION/OTHER

5 CFR (unless otherwise indicated)

Jury duty (see court leave)   6322  

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L

SUBJECTLAW

5 U.S.C. (unless otherwise indicated)

REGULATION/OTHER

5 CFR (unless otherwise indicated)

Leave ceiling (annual leave) General 6304(a) and (b) 630.302, 630.304
Senior Executive Service (SES) 6304(f) (1) 630.301
scheduling "use or lose" leave   630.308
Leave bank program   6361-6373 part 630, subpart J
Leave transfer program   6331-6340 part 630, subpart I
death of recipient - no retroactive substitution   70 Comp. Gen. 432 (1991) 68 Comp. Gen. 694 (1989)
employee unable to return to work   Comp. Gen. opinion B-271561.2 (07/26/89)
Leave of absence (aliens)   6310  
Leave without pay

administrative discretion

  Title II-Leave, Civilian Personnel Law Manual, chapter 5, part F-Leave Without Pay
disabled veterans Executive Order5396 (July 17, 1960)  
injury compensation 5 U.S.C. Chapter 81  
military training 38 U.S.C. 2024(d)  

creditable service

8332(f)  
during military service 6303(a) 353.107 Comp. Gen. opinion B-215542 (08/01/85)
during period covered by service agreement   Comp. Gen. opinion B-184948 (11/18/75)
Family and Medical Leave Act - Title II 6384(b)(2) 630.1208
reduction in leave credits   630.208
compensation for disability 8118(c) Comp. Gen. opinion B-164617 (04/13/72)
within-grade waiting periods   531.406
Lump-sum payments for annual leave   5551-5553, 6304(e) part 550, subpart L
DOD base closings 5551(c)  
refund of lump-sum payment and recredit of annual leave 6306 part 550, subpart L

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M

SUBJECTLAW

5 U.S.C. (unless otherwise indicated)

REGULATION/OTHER

5 CFR (unless otherwise indicated)

Medical certification sick leave   630.403
Family and Medical Leave 6383 630.1207
leave transfer and leave bank programs 6333(a), 6367(a) 630.904; 630.1006
Military leave   6323 Title II-Leave, Civilian Personnel Law Manual, chapter 5, part D-Military Leave; Rights of Reservists Called to Duty for the National Emergency, Sept.14, 2001
offset of payments received 5519  
funeral honors duty 6323(a)  
Minimum charge of leave     630.206

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N

SUBJECTLAW

5 U.S.C. (unless otherwise indicated)

REGULATION/OTHER

5 CFR (unless otherwise indicated)

Nonappropriated fund employees(leave portability)   6308(b), 6312  

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R

SUBJECTLAW

5 U.S.C. (unless otherwise indicated)

REGULATION/OTHER

5 CFR (unless otherwise indicated)

Recredit of leave   6306 part 630, subpart E
Refund for unearned (advanced) leave     630.209(a)
waiver for medical disability   630.209(b)
Restoration of annual leave   6304(d) and (e) 630.305-309 Title II-Leave, Civilian Personnel Law Manual, chapter 2, part G-Restoration of Leave
Back pay   5596(b)(1)(B) 550.805(e)(2)(iv)
DOD base closings 6304(d)(3) 630.306(b)
leave forfeiture / scheduling requirement   630.306(a); 56 Comp. Gen. 470 (1977)
Restoration and scheduling of annual leave for Y2K conversion   630.310
Restoration and scheduling of annual leave during the national emergency   630.311

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S

SUBJECTLAW

5 U.S.C. (unless otherwise indicated)

REGULATION/OTHER

5 CFR (unless otherwise indicated)

Shore leave   6305 part 630, subpart G
Sick leave covered employees 6301 part 630, subparts B, D, and E; Title II-Leave, Civilian Personnel Law Manual, chapter 4-Sick Leave
general provisions 6302
accrual and maximum accumulation 6307
transfer between different leave systems 6308
adoption 6307(c) 630.401(a)(6)
care of a family member with a serious health condition   630.401(a)(3),(b), and (d)
general family care and bereavement; and 6307(d) (expired) 630.401(a)(2),(a)(4), (c) and (d)
incapacity due to death of spouse   Comp. Gen. Opinion
B-207444 (10/20/82)
agency discretion   Comp. Gen. Opinion
B-170730 (08/16/71)
Substitution of leave sick leave for annual leave   630.405; Title II-Leave, Civilian Personnel Law Manual, chapter 4, part D, 5(a)-Substitution of Sick Leave for Annual Leave
sick leave for leave without pay   Title II-Leave, Civilian Personnel Law Manual, chapter 4, part D, 5(b)-Substitution of Sick Leave for Leave Without Pay
annual leave for sick leave   Title II-Leave, Civilian Personnel Law Manual, chapter 2, part F, 4(a)-Substitution of Annual Leave for Sick Leave
annual leave for leave without pay   Title II-Leave, Civilian Personnel Law Manual, chapter 2, part F, 4(b)-Substitution of Annual Leave for Leave Without Pay
substitution of leave without pay for annual leave   Title II-Leave, Civilian Personnel Law Manual, chapter 5, part F, 7(a)-Substitution of Leave Without Pay for Annual Leave
substitution of leave without pay for sick leave   Title II-Leave, Civilian Personnel Law Manual, chapter 5, part F, 7(a)-Substitution of Leave Without Pay for Sick Leave
Sunday premium pay prohibition on Sunday premium pay for periods of leave Section 624 of Treasury and General Government Appropriations Act, 1999, as contained in section 101(h) of Public Law 105-277, Omnibus Consolidated and Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act, 1999  

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T

SUBJECTLAW

5 U.S.C. (unless otherwise indicated)

REGULATION/OTHER

5 CFR (unless otherwise indicated)

Terminal leave     Comp. Gen. Opinion
B-223876 (06/12/87)
Transfer of leave between agencies and leave systems   6308 630.501, 630.502 Title II-Leave, Civilian Personnel Law Manual, chapter 2, part E-Transfers and Reemployment (Annual Leave) and chapter 4, part C-Transfers and Reemployment (Sick Leave)
to and from Milk Markets   Comp. Gen. Opinion B-109025, June 23, 1952, and B-109025, March 11, 1966
Travel to/from post of duty   6303(d) 630.207

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U

SUBJECTLAW

5 U.S.C. (unless otherwise indicated)

REGULATION/OTHER

5 CFR (unless otherwise indicated)

Uncommon tours of duty   6307(d)(3)(B) 630.201, 630.210

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V

SUBJECTLAW

5 U.S.C. (unless otherwise indicated)

REGULATION/OTHER

5 CFR (unless otherwise indicated)

Veterans use of leave for physical examination Executive Order 5396 (July 17, 1930)  
travel expenses - VA physical exam   Comp. Gen. Opinion
B-188012 (05/10/77
Volunteer activities     Presidential Memorandum, April 22, 1998; OPM Memorandum, April 23, 1998; Guidance April 23, 1998; OPM Memorandum CPM 2002-4, April 23, 2002
participation of Federal employees in volunteer activities  

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W

SUBJECTLAW

5 U.S.C. (unless otherwise indicated)

REGULATION/OTHER

5 CFR (unless otherwise indicated)

Workers' compensation (Federal Employees Compensation Act) chapter 81 Title II-Leave, Civilian Personnel Law Manual, chapter 4, part E-Employee Receiving Workers' Compensation; chapter 4, part H-Buy Back of Sick Leave; and chapter 2, part G, 7(c)(4)-Buy Back of Annual Leave
buy-back of leave   20 CFR 10.202,310
No administrative leave for injury   Comp. Gen. Opinion
B-192510 (04/06/79)
forfeiture of annual leave   62 Comp. Gen. 253 (1983);Comp. Gen. Opinion
B-204524 (03/23/82)
accrual of leave while on leave without pay   630.204;29 Comp. Gen. 73 (1949);Comp. Gen. Opinion
B-180010.12 (03/08/79)

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NOTES:

  1. Opinions of the Comptroller General are included in the General Accounting Office's Civilian Personnel Law Manual (CPLM), Title II (Leave), Fourth Edition, 1996. Title II of the CPLM is available at the GAO website or may be ordered from the U.S. Government Printing Office at:

    Superintendent of Documents
    US Government Printing Office
    941 North Capitol Street
    Washington, DC 20402
    www.bookstore.gpo.gov

  2. Presidential memoranda and Office of Personnel Management (OPM) guidance materials on expanded family and medical leave policies and participation of Federal employees in volunteer activities may be accessed on the Pay & Leave section. See our leave fact sheets.

FAQs

  • No.  An agency has discretionary authority to repay certain types of Federally made, insured, or guaranteed student loans as a recruitment or retention incentive for highly qualified candidates or current employees.
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  • Civilian employment in any branch of the Federal Government (executive, legislative, or judicial) or with a Government corporation is creditable service in the computation of a waiting period. Service credit is given for periods of annual, sick, and other leave with pay and service under a temporary or term appointment. See 5 CFR 531.406 for special rules regarding the crediting of military service, time in a nonpay status, time during which an employee receives injury compensation, and certain other periods of service.
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  • See the promotions fact sheet at -http://www.opm.gov/oca/pay/HTML/promotion.asp
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  • See the credit hours fact sheet at – http://www.opm.gov/oca/WORKSCH/HTML/Cred_hrs.asp
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  • WGIs apply only to GS employees occupying permanent positions. "Permanent position" is defined in 5 CFR 531.403 as a position filled by an employee whose appointment is not designated as temporary and does not have a definite time limitation of 1 year or less. "Permanent position" includes a position to which an employee is promoted on a temporary or term basis for at least 1 year. The term does not include a position filled by an employee whose appointment is limited to 1 year or less and subsequently extended so that the total time of the appointment exceeds 1 year.
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  • Employees generally are not entitled to holiday premium pay for the time they spend in work-related travel during holiday hours of their tours of duty, unless it meets one of the travel conditions listed below. Holiday premium pay is paid only to employees who perform work on a holiday. (See 5 U.S.C. 5546(b).) The Comptroller General has ruled that the criteria in 5 U.S.C. 5542(b)(2) must be used to determine whether travel time is hours of work for holiday premium pay purposes. (These are the same criteria that are used to determine travel time as hours of work for title 5 overtime pay purposes. The criteria are also found in 5 CFR 550.112(g).) Time spent in a travel status is not hours of work for the purpose of paying premium pay, including holiday premium pay, unless it meets one of the criteria in 5 U.S.C. 5542(b)(2)(B) for crediting irregular or occasional hours of work for travel. The criteria state that time spent in a travel status away from the official duty station is not hours of employment unless the travel--
    • involves the performance of work while traveling (such as employment as a truck driver);
    • is incident to travel that involves the performance of work while traveling (such as "deadhead" travel performed by a truck driver to return an empty truck after unloading);
    • is carried out under arduous and unusual conditions (e.g., on unpaved roads); or
    • results from an event which could not be scheduled or controlled administratively by any individual or agency in the executive branch of the Government (such as training scheduled solely by a private firm or a job-related court appearance required by a court subpoena).
    (See Comptroller General opinions B-82637, March 28, 1949; B-168726, January 28, 1970; and 50 Comp. Gen. 519 (1971).) Note that this guidance applies to both Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) exempt and nonexempt employees. The provisions on travel time as hours of work for FLSA overtime pay purposes under 5 CFR 551.422 do not apply to the payment of holiday premium pay. Although most employees do not receive holiday premium pay for time spent traveling on a holiday, they continue to be entitled to pay for the holiday in the same manner as if the travel were not required. Note: Under 5 U.S.C. 5542(b)(2)(A), time spent traveling away from the official duty station is also hours of employment if the time spent is within the days and hours of an employee's regularly scheduled administrative workweek. However, this does not apply to travel time on a holiday for holiday premium pay purposes because an employee's regularly scheduled administrative workweek includes only periods of time in which an employee is regularly scheduled to work. The Comptroller General has ruled that travel time during holiday hours (whether driving or riding) is not work time and, therefore, does not fall within an employee's regularly scheduled administrative workweek. (See Comptroller General opinion B-160094, October 12, 1966, and the definition of "regularly scheduled administrative workweek" in 5 CFR 610.102.) Questions and Answers on Compensatory Time Off for Travel
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  • Yes. An employee who is a member of the Reserves or National Guard serving on active military duty which extends into a second or succeeding fiscal year may accrue and use the 15 days of military leave which accrue at the beginning of the second fiscal year and each succeeding fiscal year without return to civilian status. In addition, an employee who has been activated in support of the national emergency whose duty extends into the next calendar year will be entitled to up to an additional 22 days of military leave under 6323(b).
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  • No. An employee is entitled to the greater of his civilian or military pay, not both. Under 5 U.S.C. 5519, the military pay received by an individual who has been activated in support of civil authorities or a contingency operation must be credited (less any travel, transportation, or other per diem allowances) against any Federal civilian pay the employee received during the 22 workdays of military leave. An agency may calculate the amount of military pay (less any travel, transportation, or per diem allowances) an employee will receive for the time period that corresponds to the 22 workdays of military leave and reduce the employee's civilian pay by that amount during the 22 workdays of military leave. In contrast, many agencies choose to continue to pay the employee his or her full civilian pay during the 22 workdays of military leave. At the end of the 22-day period of military leave, the agency requires the employee to refund to the agency an amount equal to the amount of military pay received (less any travel, transportation, or per diem allowances) up to the amount of his or her civilian pay for the time period that corresponds to the 22 workdays of military leave.
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  • Agencies should specify the beginning date of the service requirement in the job candidate’s or employee’s service agreement.  The service requirement begins at the time specified in the service agreement, but may begin no earlier than the date the service agreement is signed or earlier than the date the individual begins serving in the position for which he or she was recruited (when student loan repayment benefits are approved to recruit a job candidate to fill an agency position).
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  • Agencies do not need to process any personnel actions (SF 50s) for periods of annual leave, military leave, earned compensatory time off for travel, or sick leave since the payroll system documents an employee's use of paid leave. Agencies should document an employee's use of leave without pay (LWOP) to perform duty with the uniformed services by processing a personnel action (SF 50) using nature of action "LWOP-US" (nature of action code 473). The effective date is the first day the employee begins to use leave without pay for duty with the uniformed services.Employees may use annual leave, military leave, compensatory time off for travel, or sick leave (consistent with the statutory and regulatory criteria for using sick leave), intermittently with leave without pay while performing duty with the uniformed services. OPM does not require that agencies process return-to-duty actions for each period of paid leave. Periods of "LWOP-US" may be interrupted by periods of annual leave or military leave without the need to process any additional personnel actions.
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