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The reports below pertain to various topics regarding Federal employee pay, leave, and work schedules.
The Governmentwide Strategy on Advancing Pay Equality in the Federal Government is a 2014 report that responds to President Obama's May 10, 2013, Presidential Memorandum - Advancing Pay Equality in the Federal Government and Learning from Successful Practices to address any gender pay gap in the Federal workforce.
The Federal Law Enforcement Pay and Benefits Report to the Congress is a 2004 report that responds to section 2(b) of the Federal Law Enforcement Pay and Benefits Parity Act of 2003, Public Law 108-196, which calls for OPM to submit a report to Congress providing a comparison of classification, pay, and benefits among Federal law enforcement personnel throughout the Government and to make recommendations to correct any unwarranted differences.
The Report to Congress on the Federal Employees Family Friendly Leave Act presents the Office of Personnel Management's findings on the use of sick leave for family care or bereavement purposes under the Federal Employees Family Friendly Leave Act, Public Law 103-388, October 22, 1994.
The Report to the President on Volunteerism describes actions agencies have taken to strengthen their commitment to volunteer service and encourage Federal employees to contribute their time, efforts, knowledge, and skills to community needs.
The Extended Assignment Incentives Report to the Congress is a 2006 report that responds to Section 207(d) of Public Law 107-273 (November 2, 2002). Extended Assignment Incentives are monetary incentives paid to eligible Federal employees meant to assist agencies in retaining experienced, well-trained employees in certain territories of the United States for a longer period than the employee's initial tour of duty.