5 CFR 550.143 - Bases for determining positions for which premium pay under 550.141 is authorized

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  • Part III
    • United States
    • Federal Register August 29, 2005
    • August 29, 2005
    ...26 U.S.C. 72 (5% owners of an entity subject to different tax treatment under rules applicable to employee annuities and distributions); 5 CFR 550.143(c) (a substantial part of a tour of duty constitutes at least 25%); 20 CFR 416.211 (payment of a substantial part of an individual's care me......
  • Pay administration: Compensation; miscellaneous changes,
    • United States
    • Federal Register December 10, 1999
    • December 10, 1999
    ...state of readiness to perform work, as opposed to other reasons. It specifically cited OPM's standby duty premium pay regulations (5 CFR 550.143(a)(1)) as providing preferred We agree that clarification is needed. There are situations where an employee may be relieved from duty but have lim......
  • Part III
    • United States
    • Federal Register May 22, 2008
    • May 22, 2008
    ...substantial part of which involves remaining in a standby status rather than performing actual work, and must address how the criteria in 5 CFR 550.143 are (4) The standby percentage is always multiplied by an employee's adjusted salary rate regardless of the amount. (5) Standby pay attribu......
  • Standards of conduct: Labor organization officer and employee reports,
    • United States
    • Federal Register August 29, 2005
    • August 29, 2005
    ...26 U.S.C. 72 (5% owners of an entity subject to different tax treatment under rules applicable to employee annuities and distributions); 5 CFR 550.143(c) (a substantial part of a tour of duty constitutes at least 25%); 20 CFR 416.211 (payment of a substantial part of an individual's care me......
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  • Cheung v. United States, 18-48C
    • United States
    • Court of Federal Claims
    • August 27, 2021
    ...is required to remain at his quarters and is required to hold himself in a state of readiness to answer calls for his services." 5 C.F.R. § 550.143(b)(3) (2021) (brackets added); see also Huskey v. Trujillo, 302 F.3d 1311. The FEPA statute and the regulation at 5 C.F.R. § 550.143(b)(3), how......
  • Huskey v. Trujillo, No. 02-1022.
    • United States
    • United States Courts of Appeals. United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
    • August 30, 2002
    ...must not be merely voluntary, desirable, or a result of geographic isolation, or solely because the employee lives on the grounds." 5 C.F.R. § 550.143(a) (2001). The regulation further provides that the statutory phrase "at, or within the confines of his station," may [i]n an employee's liv......
  • Plum Island Animal Disease Center, B-213179
    • United States
    • Comptroller General of the United States
    • October 2, 1984
    ...for his or her own purposes is working while on standby duty. Consequently, time spent by an employee in a standby duty status under 5 C.F.R. 550.143(b)(1) or (2) compensable as hours of work under the flsa. "3. Allowable deductions of meal and sleep periods from 'hours of work.' an agency ......
  • Triponi v. United States, No. 55-78.
    • United States
    • Court of Federal Claims
    • July 16, 1980
    ...of a regularly established, pre-set time schedule. The overtime requirement may not be occasional, irregular, or for a brief period. 5 C.F.R. § 550.143(a). Firefighters who must man a station 24 hours a day, but need not be working during that time, are an example of employees who may recei......
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