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Transfer of Files: It will take approximately 60‑90 days to transfer your files from your previous agency. If you are transferring from another Federal agency or are changing payroll offices and you have made TSP contributions and/or received a TSP loan, please complete a TSP-19.

Employment Benefits: For more information regarding health insurance, life insurance, retirement and TSP, please visit the Army Benefits Center - Civilian (ABC-C)  at  https://www.abc.army.milLink.    If you are enrolled in the Dental or Vision Program and your payroll office is changing you will need to contact BENEFEDS directly at 1-877-888-3337 or their web site, www.benefeds.com Link.

If you are a military retiree, please complete an SF 813 in order to credit such service for leave accrual and reduction-in-force purposes. 

ALL EMPLOYEES TRANSFERRING FROM OTHER AGENCIES PLEASE CHECK YOUR FIRST LES TO ENSURE THAT YOUR BENEFITS (TSP, HEALTH, AND LIFE INSURANCE) ARE BEING DEDUCTED CORRECTLY. IF THEY ARE NOT, CONTACT YOUR CPAC SPECIALIST IMMEDIATELY.

Last Leave & Earnings Statement:  Employees transferring from other agencies should submit a copy of their last Leave and Earnings Statement (LES) to their Customer Service Representative (CSR) or Timekeeper within their new organization so that the timekeeper can transfer any leave balance into the payroll system.

Leave Acrual: If you are a new hire and work full-time, your leave accrual will be as follows: Four hours of annual leave per pay period will accrue for employees with less than three years of previous service; six hours of annual leave per pay period will accrue for employees with three to fifteen years previous service; and eight hours of annual leave per pay period will be accrued for employees with fifteen years or more of federal service. Four hours of sick leave is accrued per pay period for full-time employees, regardless of total years of service.  For more information regarding annual leave, go to:  http://cpol.army.mil/library/permiss/5011a.htmlLink.  For more information regarding sick leave, go to:  http://cpol.army.mil/library/permiss/5018.htmlLink.

Pay Periods: The pay period begins on Sunday and ends thirteen days later on a Saturday, for a total of fourteen days each pay period.  Employees are paid on the second Thursday of the pay period. The Department of the Army requires all employees to have Direct Deposit. Due to necessary processing time, you will receive your first paycheck during the second pay period.

Constituition Day and Citizenship Day:  September 17th has been designated as Constitution Day and Citizenship Day to commemorate the signing of the Constitution in Philadelphia on September 17, 1787. Specifically, Congressional Appropriations Bill H.R. 4818, P.L. 108-447, requires Federal agencies to provide new employees with educational and training materials on the U.S. Constitution as part of the new employee orientation materials.  For DoD Constitution Day Website and Training Materials, go to: http://constitutionday.cpms.osd.milLink.

Vehicle Registration:Valid identification is required to enter post. Vehicles without decals are subject to search.  To register your vehicle, you will need your CAC card, vehicle registration, driver’s license and proof of insurance.  It is required that your vehicle be registered on Fort Belvoir, but you will only be able to do so once you are issued your CAC card. You can register your vehicle at The Visitors Center at Tulley Gate. 

Common Access Card (CAC Card):To receive your CAC card, you must first be entered into the DEERS system.  Allow a minimum of one week for processing time before attempting to get your CAC card.  The ID Card Section is located in Building 213, on 20th Street. Operating hours are from 0730 – 1630 M-F, (doors close at 1530).  To check your status in DEERS, call (703) 805-5578 in advance.  Waiting periods vary from 30 minutes to 2 hours or more.


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