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GSA offers second round of buyouts, early retirement

Jun. 28, 2012 - 03:38PM   |  
By STEPHEN LOSEY   |   Comments
The bulk of the organizations receiving buyout and early out offers are in GSA's headquarters, though a few regional offices are affected.
The bulk of the organizations receiving buyout and early out offers are in GSA's headquarters, though a few regional offices are affected. (Staff)

The General Services Administration on Thursday offered employees a second round of buyouts and early retirements.

The agency said the offers went to 1,022 employees, and it expects about 200 to accept them. Employees must apply for the buyouts and early outs by July 20, and must be off the rolls by between Aug. 3 and Sept. 30, depending on their organization.

Eligible employees received an e-mail informing them of the offer, Chief People Officer Tony Costa said in a memo to GSA employees. Employees who did not get the e-mail are not eligible for the buyout or early out.

Costa said GSA is planning a third round of buyouts, but has not yet submitted its request to the Office of Personnel Management.

The bulk of the organizations receiving buyout and early out offers are in GSA’s headquarters, though a few regional offices are affected. The following organizations will be included in the offer:

• Federal Acquisition Service’s ITS Network Services Program (Central office only), Region 7 fleet management, Schedule 70 IT Market Development Division, and Region 9 assisted acquisition services.

• Office of the Chief Financial Officer.

• Nonsupervisory GS-13 and -14 accountants in the 0510 series in the Office of Financial Policy and Operations’ Federal Integrated Solutions Center, Financial Policy and Analysis, Internal Control Division, and Financial Reporting Division.

• Office of Budget, nonsupervisory GS-14 staff in the financial management analyst and budget analyst series in the Staff Office Accounts Division, and supervisory budget analysts in the Prep Review and Control Division.

• Office of the Chief Information Officer’s Center for IT Customer Services and Program Management Division.

• Office of the Chief People Officer’s Office of Program Performance and Pacific Rim Division Staffing Team Leaders.

• Public Buildings Service realty specialists, building managers and building management specialists, account managers, Office of Design and Construction employees, and wage grade operations and maintenance employees in regions 3, 4 and 5.

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