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Lboogie  
#1 Posted : Saturday, July 7, 2012 10:23:31 AM(UTC)
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What happens when a detail/temporary promotion exceeds 120 days?  Yes, I know that 5 CFR 103 (c) states that the agency can't exceed 120 days and/or make the position permanent without competition, but I did the job for well over 120 days.  How do I get credit for the work & backpay?  The agency refused to process the SF50... it is noted on my evaluation that my duties and PD do not match AND the timeframe that I performed the detail/temporary promotion duties.

Please provide regulation or cases where this has been addressed in the past.  I looked at several decisions that just state the agency cannot exceed 120 days.  However, they do not address what to do when the 120 days was exceeded.

Cry


Fed GS  
#2 Posted : Monday, July 9, 2012 7:41:27 AM(UTC)

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If you were temporary promoted, HR will catch up to not terminating the temp promotion in the 120 days and if HR back dates the termination, payroll will be flagged to ask you for any salary you were paid. If you were detailed for 120 or more, put in in your resume. Have a decision with your supervisor letting them know your would like the higher graded work to be officially reflected in your records. On a detail longer then 120 days - put together your own award package for recognition. If you want to go the route of talking with the union if your are eligible or if not eligible file and administrative greviance. Mgt should realize they are also opening themselves up for other actions as you are given an unfair advantage over other employees.
Lboogie  
#3 Posted : Wednesday, July 11, 2012 2:12:13 AM(UTC)
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Are there any cases that had a decision to pay a person for the detail/temp promotion longer than 120 days?  Or do they just make the position permanent?

Lboogie  
#4 Posted : Wednesday, July 11, 2012 10:20:06 PM(UTC)
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Also, can I use the time I spent on Detail towards qualifying for a job in that series?  I know it doesn't count for TIG purposes, but I meetin TIG for the next grade anyway....
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