Veterans' Administration report on implementation of special pay for physicians and dentists in the Department of Medicine and Surgery, pursuant to Public Law 96-330

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1981 - Dentists - 47 pages
 

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Page 43 - For regularly scheduled part-time physicians and dentists, the per annum special pay, as determined in accordance with paragraph 4b, will be divided by 2,080 to obtain an hourly rate, and the hourly rate will be multiplied by the number of hours in a pay status to obtain a biweekly pay period amount. A fraction resulting from any computation will be adjusted to the nearest cent, counting one-half cent and over as a whole cent.
Page 22 - The Office of Management and Budget, the Department of Defense, the Department of...
Page 43 - ... dentists. Questions concerning application of these provisions should be referred to the Office of Personnel (057), extension 2747 or 2226. c. The adjusted special pay will be paid on a pay period basis by application of formulas similar to those used for determining basic salary. For full-time physicians and dentists, the per annum adjusted special pay will be divided by 364 to determine a daily rate, and the daily rate will be multiplied by 14 to obtain a biweekly pay period amount. For regularly...
Page 44 - Officer will prepare the SF 1114, Bill for Collection, for the indebtedness. The Fiscal Officer will establish the account receivable and collect the restitution in accordance with the instructions for collection of debts due the United States outlined in prescribed fiscal procedures. f. A request for waiver by a Central Office physician or dentist will be submitted to the Chief Medical Director who will notify the individual of the decision. If it is determined that a refund must be made, the Director,...
Page 43 - Form 10-S379b completed by the Director, Central Office Personnel Service. The completed form will be reviewed by the appropriate Central Office Professional Standards Board, and certified by the Board Chairman, prior to approval by the Chief Medical Director. Upon receipt of notification of the Chief Medical Director's approval, the Director, Central Office Personnel Service, will process the special pay in accordance with PAID instructions. The original copy of the agreement will be filed on the...
Page 8 - Director may authorize the waiver when he determines that failure to complete the required service was beyond the control of the individual.
Page 43 - Form 10-S379b will be filed on the temporary side of the individual's official personnel folder. b. Each Central Office physician or dentist who has been determined eligible for special pay in accordance with the review procedure established by the Chief Medical Director, and has executed an agreement, will have VA Form 10-S379b completed by the Director, Central Office Personnel Service.
Page 8 - Requests for Waiver of Liability In accordance with 38 USC 4118(e) and under the terms of the agreement for special pay...
Page 8 - VA policies that authorize full-time physicians and full-time dentists to receive remuneration for outside professional activities were first implemented in 1970.
Page 44 - Director will make a written determination with respect to liability, a copy of which will be furnished to the individual. If it is determined that a refund must be made, the Personnel Officer will prepare the SF 1114, Bill for Collection, for the indebtedness. The Fiscal Officer will establish the account receivable and collect the restitution in accordance with the instructions for collection of debts due the United States outlined in prescribed fiscal procedures. f. A request for waiver by a Central...

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