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Public 71333 civil servants. United States – Public and civil servants – Law, Act. Public Law H. Provides for dfcreto establishment of an experimental exchange programme relating to the acceptance of voluntary services from executives coming from private-sector employment to the Government, as described in Executive Order of 5 Dec.

Inter alia, this Executive Order requires federal employees to refrain from using illegal drugs, whether on or off duty. It calls upon the head of each agency to establish a policy and a programme to test for the use of illegal drugs by employees in sensitive positions as defined in the 733other employees under dedreto circumstances, as well as any applicant for employment.

Agencies shall, in addition to taking any appropriate personnel action, refer a drug-using employee to an assistance programme for counseling and to treatment or rehabilitation, as appropriate. Any action to discipline an employee shall be taken in compliance with otherwise applicable procedures, including the Civil Service Reform Act.

Federal Employees’ Retirement System Act of The Act is also designed to enhance the portability of retirement assets earned as a Federal employee and to provide those employees with options for retirement planning. It extends protection from disability to additional Federal employees and increases protection for those covered. Code contains provisions regarding the basic annuity and thrift savings plan, survivor annuities, disability benefit and the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Management System.

It also includes general and administrative 77133 e. Adds two new regulatory provisions which were 201 by the Veterans’ Benefits Improvement Act of Public Law Governs performance appraisal and award systems for various categories of Federal employees, with the aim of insuring consistency in treatment for all. Covers, inter alia, 7313 and incentive awards. Issued by the Office of Personnel Management. Sets forth procedures for submitting bills for medical services provided to Federal employees under the Federal Employees’ Compensation Act, and establishes limits for fees for medical procedures and services.

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Federal Employees Benefits Improvement Act of Code section et seq. Provides a revised statement of the Board’s organisation and functions with regard to the civil service and other merit systems. Converts the temporary authority to allow Federal employees to work on a flexible or compressed schedule, under Title 5 of the U. Code, into permanent authority, by repealing section 5 of the Act. Fair Labor Standards Amendments of Public Law S. Concerns compensatory time off in lieu of overtime compensation, persons performing work for public agencies, and discrimination against persons asserting rights under secreto 7 of the Fair Labour Standards Act 1733 Not all provisions are included.


Extends eligibility and increase benefits for certain claimants and beneficiaries in accordance with the provisions of the Veterans’ Compensation and Program Improvements Amendments of Vocational Rehabilitation Board replaced by Vocational Rehabilitation Panel, to be responsible for assisting in evaluating and developing rehabilitation plans for seriously handicapped veterans and dependants.

Eligible unemployed veterans are assisted in obtaining training for employment in permanent jobs. Employers who employ and train dd in such jobs receive payments from the Veterans’ Administration towards the cost of training. Concern 200 for award of compensation for occupational injuries under the Federal Employees’ Compensation Act.

Inserts a new subpart B Services for Veterans in Partproviding for increased employment and training opportunities for veterans, with priority given to disabled veterans and veterans of the Vietnam era. Removes subpart C Services for Veterans from Part Amends method of recording occupational injuries and ilnesses of Federal employees.

Veterans’ Health Care Amendments of Amends Title 38, United States Code, to extend and improve various health-care and other programs of the Veterans’ Administration; and for other purposes. Veterans’ Compensation, Education and Employment Amendments of Amends Title 38, US Code, to increase the rate of disability compensation for disabled veterans, to increase the rates of dependency and indemnity compensation for surviving spouses and children, and to modify and improve the educational assistance programs administered by the Veterans’ Administration and the veterans’ employment programs administered by the Department of Labor; and for other purposes.

An Act to amend title 5, United States Code, to provide permanent authorization for Federal agencies to use flexible and compressed employee work schedules. Amends Title 38, United States Code, to revise and improve certain health care programs of the Veterans’ Administrations, to authorize the construction, alteration, and acquisition of certain medical facilities, and to expand certain benefits for disabled veterans; and for other purposes.

An Act to amend title 10, United States Code, to prohibit union organization of the armed forces, membership in military labor organizations by members of the armed forces, and recognition of military labor organisations by the government and for other purposes. Civil Service Reform Act of Rule.

Amendments to 41 CFR Ch. Updating of rules to consolidate compliance responsibility for equal employment opportunity. Makes provisions in respect of, inter alia, merit system principles, prohibited personnel practices, employees’ rights, Federal Labour Relations Authority, powers and duties of the Authority, rights and duties of agencies and labour organisations, unfair labour practices and duty to bargain in good faith.

Federal Labor Relations Authority.

Powers and duties of the Authority. Exclusive recognition of labor organizations. Determination of appropriate units for labor organization representation.

Representation rights and duties.

Duty to 2100 in good faith; compelling need; duty to consult. Prevention of unfair labor practices. Negotiation impasses; Federal Service Impasses Panel. Standards of conduct for labor organizations.

Exceptions to arbitral awards.

Compilation and publication of data. Continuation of existing laws, recognitions, agreements, and procedures.

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Amends Title 5, United States Code, to establish a program to increase part-time career employment within the civil service. Replaces, inter alia, sections Amends Title 38, United States Code, to increase vocational rehabilitation subsistence allowances, educational and training assistance allowances and special allowances paid to eligible veterans and persons under Chapters 31, 34 and 35 of such Title; to improve and expand the special programs for educationally disadvantaged veterans and servicemen under Ch.


Adds a new Subpart E Non-discrimination in the employment of public servants between 40 and 65 years of age. Veterans Health Care Expansion Act of Amends Title 38 of the United States Code to provide improved and extended medical and nursing home care to veterans; to provide hospital and medical care to certain dependants and survivors of veterans; to provide for improved structural safety of Veterans’ Administration facilities; to improve recruitment and retention of career personnel in the Department of Medicine and Surgery; and for other purposes.

Emergency Employment Act of Provides during times of high unemployment for programs of public service employment for unemployed persons, assists states and local communities in providing needed public services, and for other purposes [training facilities and employment services for unemployed public servants, inter alia, section 12 8 discrimination ]. The Act makes the NLRA applicable to employees in the postal service who do not have supervisory or management roles.

They have the same rights to organized and be collectively represented as other workers. However, the Act requires that collective agreements be for a minimum of two years and it also establishes a special bargaining impasse resolution machinery.

Postal workers are prohibited from striking and if disputes can not be resolved through voluntary measures, the disputes are referred to a panel to investigate and their findings are binding on the workers involved. Replaces chapter II relating to employee representatives and unfair labour practices and implements sections 6, 9, 10, 18 and 19 of Executive Order of 29 October Partsand of 20 CFR consolidated and recodified to constitute Part Executive Order amending Executive Order No.

Amends section of Part I: Government Employees Regulations A. Government Employees Code A. Special and Incentive Pays, sec. Travel and Transportation Allowances, sec. Payments to Missing Persons, sec.

Payments to Mentally Incompetent Persons, sec. Allotments and Assignments of Pay, sec. Prohibitions and Penalties, sec. Miscellaneous Rights and Benefits, sec. Revised, codified and enacted all laws relating to veterans allowances. Contains 85 chapters divided into six Parts.

Deals with all issues related to war veterans allowances and benefits. Readjustment and Related Benefits Sec. General Administrative Provisions Sec. Boards, Administrations, and Services Sec. Acquisition and Disposition of Property Sec. Federal Employment Service 29 U. United States Employment Service established 49a. Duties of Secretary 49c. Acceptance by States; creation of State agencies 49c Omitted, Repealed, or Transferred 49d.

Appropriations; certification for payment to States 49d Allotment of funds 49f. Percentage disposition of allotted funds 49g. Fiscal controls and accounting procedures 49i.