Mobility Training And Continued Service Agreements

Since the worker must accept the conditions of the CSA before the start of the training, the only signature required is that of the employee. (b) Persons working in the mobility service of the Intergovernmental Personnel Act may be assigned to training if such training is in the interest of the Government. 4 If the worker voluntarily leaves the Confederation before the agreed amount of the benefit, the Agency shall be entitled to recover the remuneration. The Agency must develop its own Csa (Continued Service Agreement) directive and have the employee sign the CSA before the training begins. The director of an agency may decide to waive in whole or in part the Agency`s right of recovery if it is shown that recovery would be contrary to justice and good conscience or the public interest. Some facts about Continuous Service Agreements (CSAs) are as follows: An agency head determines the requirements and minimum length of service before a CSA is required of an employee. Continuous service after training is at least three times longer than the duration of training, but agencies have the option to take more time. (2) Placement training in another agency. In accordance with the authority of 5 U.S.C. 4103(b) and in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 2301, an agency may train a staff member to meet the qualification requirements of a position in another agency if the Director of the Agency finds that such training would be in the interest of the government.

(A) staff training in the use of CTAP services; Agencies must evaluate their training programs annually to determine the extent to which these plans and programs contribute to the achievement of the mission and achieve the company`s performance objectives. (b) This Subsection does not limit the authority of an agency head to establish procedures for the acceptance of contributions, bonuses and payments related to training and meetings outside the scope of this Subsection, in accordance with laws and regulations governing government ethics and governing the acceptance of travel refunds from non-federal sources.

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