- Can you skip a GS grade?
- What is a non competitive promotion?
- How long can a GS employee be detailed?
- What is a detail position?
- Does temporary promotion count towards time in grade?
- What is the two step promotion rule?
- How long can you be in an acting position?
- Can a GS 11 apply for a GS 13 position?
- What is merit promotion plan?
- How long can temporary promotion last?
- What does temporary promotion mean?
- What is difference between acting and interim?
Can you skip a GS grade?
You can apply.
I found this answer to a similar question on the OPM website: The time-in-grade requirement is a restriction that applies to Federal employees in competitive service General Schedule positions at grades 5 and above..
What is a non competitive promotion?
What is a non-competitive promotion? If a promotion occurred, and the movement was more of an “in-line” or “step” promotion, this would be defined as a non-competitive promotion. In this situation, there would not be a pool of candidates to compare against the selection that was made.
How long can a GS employee be detailed?
5 yearsAn agency may detail or transfer an employee to any organization that the Department of State has designated as an international organization (external link). A detail or transfer may not exceed 5 years but may be extended 3 additional years upon the approval of the head of the agency.
What is a detail position?
A detail is a temporary assignment to a different position for a specified period when the employee is expected to return to his or her regular duties at the end of the assignment. (An employee who is on detail is considered for pay and strength count purposes to be permanently occupying his or her regular position.)
Does temporary promotion count towards time in grade?
Yes. As long as the employee is converted to a permanent position without returning to the lower grade, the time spent on a temporary promotion is considered creditable service in the calculation of the employee’s next WGI.
What is the two step promotion rule?
The two-step promotion rule states that a GS employee promoted to a position in a higher grade is entitled to basic pay at the lowest rate of the higher grade that exceeds his or her existing rate of basic pay by not less than two step increases of the grade from which promoted.
How long can you be in an acting position?
When an employee temporarily assumes the responsibilities of a higher level position, requiring greater professional responsibility and competence, the employee has assumed an acting appointment. Generally, acting appointments should not last more than six months.
Can a GS 11 apply for a GS 13 position?
Technically you could apply for the grade 13 however you cannot use your government experience as a grade 11 to qualify for the grade 13.
What is merit promotion plan?
70.13.1. Introduction. . The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) Merit Promotion Plan. (MPP) ensures that promotions and other actions (whether competitive or noncompetitive) are based on merit, and that all employees are provided with the opportunity to develop their capabilities to the fullest.
How long can temporary promotion last?
five yearsThe maximum time period for a temporary promotion is five years, unless OPM authorizes the agency to make and/or extend it for a longer period. If the temporary promotion that was originally made under competitive procedures, it can be extended up to five years without further competition.
What does temporary promotion mean?
A temporary promotion is the assignment of an employee to a higher graded position for a specified period of time, with the employee returning to his/her permanent position upon the expiration of the temporary action. Qualification requirements that are required for a permanent promotion must be met.
What is difference between acting and interim?
The difference between “Interim” and “Acting” is that someone who is “Interim” already has a similar title/qualifications and an “Acting” director is someone who doesn’t have the title/qualifications, but is ACTING in that role as if they did.