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Blog Posts in October, 2013

  • Question for You the Federal Employee

    What does the word disabled mean to you? How would you define a disabled employee? My beloved Macintosh dictionary defines disabled in the following matter: disabled |disˈābəld| adjective (of a person) having a physical or mental condition that limits movements, senses, or activities: facilities for disabled people | (as plural noun the disabled) : the needs of the disabled.• (of an activity, ...
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  • The Trials and Tribulations of the Federal EEO Process and Finding Someone to Give You an Honest Assessment

    So, you feel that your agency discriminated against you and you want to fight for justice? You the federal employee looking for an attorney deserve the truth. When looking for an attorney to pursue the EEO Process it is essential to find a federal discrimination attorney who is honest and straightforward. Hiring an attorney is a serious matter. Lets face it, attorneys are not cheap and the process ...
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  • What is Standard Form 3112E?

    Standard Form (SF) 3112E is entitled “Disability Retirement Application Checklist” and is contained in SF 3112: “Documentation in Support of Disability Retirement Application.” As the name implies, this is a checklist of the documents and forms that will comprise your final application package; however, not every document and/or form listed may apply to your particular situation. Reviewing this ...
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  • What is Standard Form 3112D?

    Standard Form (SF) 3112D is entitled “Agency Certification of Reassignment and Accommodation Efforts” and is contained in SF 3112: “Documentation in Support of Disability Retirement Application.” Note that in order for you to be able to prove that you are eligible for FERS disability retirement benefits, your agency must verify that they are unable to accommodate your medical condition and that ...
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  • What is Standard Form 3112B?

    Standard Form (SF) 3112B is entitled “Supervisor’s Statement” and is contained in SF 3112: “Documentation in Support of Disability Retirement Application.” You must provide your supervisor a completed, signed copy of SF 3112A: “Applicant’s Statement of Disability” and ask your supervisor to complete SF 3112B. Note that in order for you to be able to prove that you are eligible for FERS disability ...
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  • What is Standard Form 3112C?

    Standard Form (SF) 3112C is entitled ” Physician’s Statement” and is contained in SF 3112: “Documentation in Support of Disability Retirement Application.” You must provide your physician a completed, signed copy of this form with a copy of your most recent official position description. Your physician is then required to compose a letter, which addresses all five (5) items listed under “Section B ...
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