4 December 2002
(2) The supervisor and/or approving official is
responsible for the accuracy of the time and attendance data
submitted by the individual.
a. Civilian employees - All civilians employed by CNATRA/NRS
paid from appropriated funds.
b. Time and Attendance Report - Payroll input to Defense
Civilian Pay System.
c. Approving Officials - Commanding Officers, Executive
Special Assistants or designee.
Activity Head - Commanding Officer
a. Daily Record of Time. Per reference (a) for each
civilian employee, a daily record of time in pay and non-pay
status completed shall be maintained by a designated timekeeper
who takes no part in preparing the payroll. Timekeepers
responsible for the time and attendance report shall have
positive knowledge as to the employee's presence and absence
before making the report.
b. Time Period. The time period shown on time and
attendance reports shall correspond to the length of a pay
period; i.e., if payment is made for a 2-week period, the time
and attendance report shall cover a 2-week period.
c. Accounting for Time and Leave. The time and attendance
data shall reflect a proper and accurate accounting of an
employee's actual time and attendance and leave.
a. Three work schedules, options 1-3, summarized below are
available subject to authorization of the activity head as
determined to meet the operational demands of the particular
command. Utilization of any one option or combination of the
three is authorized.
b. Option 1 is a scheduled fixed shift of five 8-hour days.
Employees assigned to a fixed shift will have a fixed arrival and
departure time as scheduled by their supervisor. A full time
workweek consists of five 8-hour workdays, (40-hour workweeks,
and 80-hour biweekly pay periods). Non-overtime work is
performed during an employee's basic work requirement and not in