IMCOM to transition from NSPS to GS in August

| March 26, 2010 | 0 Comments

Installation Management Command
News Release

WASHINGTON — The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 10 recently repealed the authority for the National Security Personnel System.

All employees currently assigned to NSPS will convert to the General Schedule Pay System.

All Army employees must transition from NSPS not later than Jan. 1, 2012, according to a Manpower and Reserve Affairs memorandum.

Installation Management Command  employees will transition out of NSPS Aug. 15, 2010. 

The following are key points about the transition:
• Employees will not suffer a loss or decrease in their current pay.

• NSPS is still our pay system until we transition, so we must continue to work according to that system. Specifically, offices must continue to use NSPS established performance objectives and conduct interim assessments until the transition.

• Employees that convert to the GS system will return to the Total Army Performance Evaluation System, or TAPES, upon the transition.

• More guidance about the transition is available at www.cpms.osd.mil/nsps/, including questions and answers about the transition and a GS 101, “Introduction to the GS System.” 

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