HQ ICPAs may use the Pipeline Initiative to offset their efforts to reduce the cost of compensation for their respective agencies. Thorough analysis of the agencies chargeback listing should be done regularly to identify potential candidates for the Pipeline Program.
The Presidential POWER Initiative
On July 19, 2010, President Obama established a 4-year Protecting Our Workers and Ensuring Reemployment (POWER) Initiative, covering fiscal years 2011 through 2014. The POWER Initiative will extend prior workplace safety and health efforts of the Federal Government by setting more aggressive performance targets, encouraging the collection and analysis of data on the causes and consequences of frequent or severe injury and illness, and prioritizing safety and health management programs that have proven effective in the past... More
What is My Role in the Process?
•Obtain commitment from senior leadership to support the Pipeline Program.
•Communicate and train installation leadership in the Pipeline Program’s processes.
•Review Chargeback listings to identify potential Pipeline candidates.
•Keep DCPAS informed of changing dynamics within the agency that may affect use of the Pipeline Program.
Tools You Can Use
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Department of Defense
Defense Civilian Personnel Advisory Service
HR Operational Programs & Advisory Services
Benefits and Worklife Division
Injury Compensation & Unemployment Compensation Branch
4800 Mark Center Drive, Suite 05G21
Alexandria, VA 22350-1100
Commercial Phone: (571) 372-1663
FAX: (571) 372-1662
DSN Phone: 372-1663
DSN FAX: 372-1662
E-mail: ICUC Questions
E-mail: Pipeline Coordinator