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Draft Job Family Position Classification Standard forAdministrative Work in the Investigation, Enforcement, Inspection, and Compliance Group, GS-1800

Friday, December 28, 2001
MSG 2001-114
MEMORANDUM FOR: 
Human Resources Directors
From: 
Doris Hausser, Assistant Director for Performance and Compensation Systems Design
Subject: 
Draft Job Family Position Classification Standard forAdministrative Work in the Investigation, Enforcement, Inspection, and Compliance Group, GS-1800

The Office of Personnel Management is about to release the Draft Job Family Position Classification Standard for Administrative Work in the Investigation, Enforcement, Inspection, and Compliance Group, GS-1800. Comments will be due by March 29, 2002.

Using the lead agency test approach, we assigned the following agencies as leads for review and test of the full draft job family standard:

Lead Agency Assignment
Department of Justice Draft Job Family Position Classification Standard for Administrative Work in the Investigation, Enforcement, Inspection, and Compliance Group, GS‑1800
Department of the Treasury
Environmental Protection Agency

We also assigned the following agencies as leads to review, test, and provide comments on the draft standard for positions currently classified to some specific series, as indicated below:

Lead Agency - Specific Series Series Assignment
Department of Labor Wage and Hour Compliance GS-0249
Mine Safety and Health GS-1822
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Equal Opportunity Compliance GS-0360
General Investigating GS-1810
Securities and Exchange Commission Securities Compliance Examining GS-1831
Department of Agriculture Agricultural Commodity Warehouse Examining GS-1850

As in the past, we will continue to:

  • accept all timely comments, including those from non-lead agencies; and
  • carefully review, assess, and incorporate comments from all sources in the final product.

As is our normal practice, we will email your classification chiefs a copy of this memo and an advance copy of the draft job family standard. We will also notify your classification chiefs again when those draft documents are available on our Web site for downloading. We are providing you with this separate notice for planning purposes.

If you have questions or would like to discuss this draft job family standard, please contact Judith A. Davis or Delmar D. White, of my staff, at (202) 606-2950. Their email addresses are jadavis@opm.gov or ddwhite@opm.gov, respectively.

cc: Agency Classification Chiefs