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Department of the Treasury

Leave Donations

There are alot of leave donation emails received in the agency each year. It takes time to read them to determine if a individual wants to donate leave to these individuals. My savings is in 2 parts. Part 1 = Put the recipent in the Subject line of the email so I do not have to open it to tell who it is for. Part 2 = Develop a Intranet Web Site that list all individuals who are eligible for leave donations. Using... more »

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Social Security Administration

Allow [Any] Leave Transfers Between [Any] Employees...

Allow any leave (sick, annual, lwop) to be transferred from one employee to another regardless of reason or relation.

Stop using manpower to determine whether someone qualifies for VLTP or not, just set up a log-in system where people that have leave to donate can offer leave to people who are in need of leave. People can enter their own names/requests, self-monitor their leave activity, and others can donate/give... more »

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General Services Administration

Use or Lose Leave Donation Program

At the end of each payroll calendar year employees with leave balances over the allowed amount are placed in a "use or lose" status. Often times the leave is in fact lost if they do not make arrangements to carry over their balance, donate the leave, or use it; however each of these options requires action on the employees' part including the option to donate the leave.

I believe the unused time should automatically... more »

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Legislative Branch

Donated Leave should be tax deductable as a charitable donation

Donated leave to help a federal employee should be consider the same as a donation to an approved charity. If an employee itemizes their tax return, then the value of the donated leave should be included in the list of deductions. If an employee with an hourly rate of $50/hr donates 10 hours then $500 is considered a charitiable donation and can be added to the list of deductions.

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