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c. An additional copy of the Standard Form 50 effecting the suspension will be sent immediately to the Administrative Assistant, Office, Secretary of the Army. If CSC Form 3746 is included with the case, it should be completed and both copies sent to the Civil Service Commission. If that form is not available, Standard Form 80, showing the suspension, will be prepared and sent to the Civil Service Commission.

d. Suspensions under authority of these regulations may not be used as disciplinary actions.

e. The commanding officer is authorized to terminate a suspension at any time before a letter of charges is issued. In such cases the Administrative Assistant, Office, Secretary of the Army is to be advised and recommendations should be made at that time regarding retroactive pay for the period of suspension. Only the Secretary of the Army may authorize retroactive pay covering a period of suspension based on these regulations.

43. Resignations.-Resignations will be accepted even though the employee's case may be in process under these regulations. A resignation will automatically terminate processing of the case under these regulations. The following rules will be applied:

a. If the employee resigns while the case is being processed after he has been suspended or after he has received a letter of charges or an interrogatory, or after he has been interviewed under oath concerning the case, the Standard Form 50 effecting the resignation will bear the following notation:

Pending adjudication of your case under Executive Order 10450. Derogatory information not resolved.

When an employee tenders a resignation under these circumstances, he will be advised specifically of the notation which will be placed on Standard Form 50.

b. If the employee resigns before suspension, receipt of charges or interrogatory or sworn interview, the Standard Form 50 will contain only routine data with no reference to the security case.

c. If the employee resigns or is separated before an investigation has been completed, immediate notification will be sent to the local security or intelligence officer. If a national agency check is pending in the central office of the Civil Service Commission, an extra copy of the Standard Form 50 effecting the resignation or separation should be sent to that office with a notation that a national agency check or written inquiries are pending. Unless the Regional Office of the Civil Service Commission asks for it, notifications of separations need not be sent to those offices.

44. Removals on security grounds.-Removals in the interests of national security under authority of Public Law 733, 81st Congress

can be accomplished only by order of the Secretary of the Army. The authority for removal will be Public Law 733, 81st Congress and the letter from the Secretary of the Army ordering removal.

45. Separations.-As long as the employee is not under suspension, reductions in force, terminations of temporary appointments, or removals under Civil Service rules and regulations should be carried to normal completion. After an employee is suspended and charges issued, all types of separation actions which are under the control of the employing installation should be held in abeyance, if possible, until final adjudication under these regulations is made; however, removals ordered by the Civil Service Commission should be effected and notification supplied to the Administrative Assistant, Office, Secretary of the Army through the channels used in processing a case. Upon separation for any reason, investigative files supplied by the Civil Service Commission or the Federal Bureau of Investigation will be disposed of according to paragraph 15.

46. Restorations and retroactive pay.-Returns to duty after suspension and after issuance of letters of charges and restorations after removal under Public Law 733, 81st Congress, will be effected only on order of the Secretary of the Army. Authority for return to duty and restoration and for retroactive compensation will be Public Law 733, 81st Congress and the order from the Secretary of the Army. Under remarks on Standard Form 50 notation will be made of the exact period for which retroactive payment is authorized. Letters of notification from the Secretary will specify the period for which retroactive pay is due if it is less than the entire period of suspension and removal. The amounts of retroactive compensation, withholding tax, and social security and retirement deductions, will be computed according to the instructions governing retroactive payments authorized by Public Law 623, 80th Congress (62 Stat. 354; 5 U. S. C. Supp. V, 652). The period of suspension and removal for which compensation is authorized under Public Law 733 will be considered as service for all purposes, including the accrual of leave, but periods of suspension and removal for which retroactive compensation is not authorized will be considered as leave without pay for all purposes. Leave accruals during periods of suspension and removal will be subject to all the rules and regulations applicable to accumulation, use and forfeiture of leave.

47. Change in status while a case is in process.-When a case is in process, transfers and all types of separations must be reported immediately to the Administrative Assistant, Office, Secretary of the Army directly and also to the Assistant Chief of Staff, G-2, through channels followed in processing a case under these regulations so that the case can be closed promptly without unnecessary action.

Separations or transfers outside the Army Establishment automatically will stop proceedings under these regulations.

48. Future employment.-Individuals removed under authority of Public Law 733, 81st Congress and Executive Order 10450 or under similar statute by any department or agency of the Government will not be reemployed in the Army Establishment until prior approval for the appointment has been obtained from the Secretary of the Army. The Office, Secretary of the Army will obtain the approval of the Civil Service Commission whenever required by Public Law 733, 81st Congress. Letters notifying employees of final decision to remove under Public Law 733, 81st Congress, will advise that the employees or prospective employers may petition the Civil Service Commission for a review of their cases to determine whether they may be employed in another department or agency of the Government.

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For convenience in administration of the field service the Commission has divided the United States into regions and territorial units. The following shows the names of the Commission's regional directors and their headquarters, managers of the branch regional offices and their headquarters. the headquarters of the Commission's representatives outside continental United States, and the geographic areas over which these officials have jurisdiction.

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Federal Building, Christopher Street, James E. Rossell, Director; Lawrence
New York 14, N. Y.
Customhouse, Second and Chestnut

Streets, Philadelphia 6, Pa.
Temporary "R" Building, 4th Street
and Jefferson Drive SW., Wash-
ington 25, D. C.

H. Baer, Deputy Director.
Stephen P. Ryder, Director; William
A. Brady, Deputy Director.

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Pennsylvania and Delaware.

Thomas D. Dunn, Director; E. S. Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia,
Burrows, Deputy Director.

5 Forsyth Street N.W., Atlanta 3, Ga. Orie E. Myers, Director; John W. Godbold, Deputy Director.

North Carolina, District of Colum-
bia, and the Panama Canal Zone.
South Carolina, Georgia, Florida,
Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi,
Puerto Rico, and Virgin Islands.
Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky.

Post Office and Courthouse Building, Louis S. Lyon, Director; Bernard
Cincinnati 2, Ohio.
Rosen, Deputy Director.
New Post Office Building, Chicago 7, Joseph A. Connor, Director; Walter Wisconsin, Michigan, and Illinois.
E. Elder, Deputy Director.
1114 Commerce Street, Dallas 2, Paul H. Figg, Director; Samuel M.
Ray, Deputy Director.

Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, and


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Kansas, Missouri, Minnesota, North
Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska,
and Iowa.

Post Office and Customhouse Randolph J. Jouno, Manager.
Building, St. Paul 1, Minn.

Building 41, Denver Federal Center,
Denver, Colo.

302 Federal Office Bldg., First Ave-
nue and Madison Street, Seattle
4, Wash.

128 Appraisers Building, 630 San-
some Street, San Francisco 11,

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ming and Arizona.

James P. Googe, Director; Ben L. Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Wyo-
Fischbach, Deputy Director.
James P. Cooley, Director; Harold
E. Blinn, Deputy Director.

Harry T. Kranz, Director; Mrs. Ethel L. Mears, Deputy Director.

Justice M. Kashevaroff, Manager.

Federal Building, Honolulu 2, W. T. Atkinson, Manager.

Montana, Oregon, Idaho, Washington and Territory of Alaska.

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Hawaii (subsidiary to Twelfth Region.-W. T. Atkinson, Manager Branch Regional Office, Twelfth United States Civil Service region, Federal Building, Honolulu 2, T. H.
Puerto Rico (subsidiary to Fifth Region).-Mr. Ruel B. George, Civil Service Representative, Central Board of Examiners for Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, Room 218. Post
Office Building, San Juan, P. R.

Canal Zone (subsidiary to Fourth Region).-Secretary, Board of United States Civil Service Examiners, Balboa Heights, C. Z., insofar as examinations under the Board of United
States Civil Service Examiners are concerned.


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JUNE 1953

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