5 CFR 630.1112 - Transferring donated annual leave between agencies.
(a) If an agency does not receive sufficient amounts of donated annual leave to meet the needs of approved emergency leave recipients within the agency, the agency may contact OPM to obtain assistance in receiving donated annual leave from other agencies. The agency must notify OPM of the total amount of donated annual leave needed for transfer to the agency's approved emergency leave recipients. OPM will solicit and coordinate the transfer of donated annual leave from other Federal agencies to affected agencies who may have a shortfall of donated annual leave. OPM will determine the period of time for which donations of accrued annual leave may beaccepted for transfer to affected agencies.
(b) Each Federal agency OPM contacts for the purpose of providing donated annual leave to an agency in need must—
(1) Approve emergency leave donors under the conditions specified in§§ 630.1109 and 630.1110 and determine how much donated annual leave is available for transfer to an affected agency;
(2) Maintain records on the amount of annual leave donated by each emergency leave donor to the emergency leave transfer program (for the purpose of restoring unused transferred annual leave under§ 630.1117(b)).
(3) Report the total amount of annual leave donated to the emergency leave transfer program to OPM; and
(4) When OPM has accepted the donated annual leave, debit the amount of annual leave donated to the emergency leave transfer program from each emergency leave donor's annual leave account.
(c) OPM will notify each affected agency of the aggregate amount of donated annual leave that will be credited to it for transfer to its approved emergency leave recipient(s). The affected agency will determine the amount of donated annual leave to be transferred to each emergency leave recipient (an amount that may vary according to individual needs).
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