WELCOME TO THE HAWAII NATIONAL GUARD TECHNICIAN FULL-TIME FORCE BRANCH PAGE.
Here you will find various resources provided by sections within the Technician Branch to help you.
This page provides essential information, reference materials and contact information for each staff section.
|National Guard dual-status technicians are a unique type of federal employee. They are civilians who work for the National Guard. Their jobs range from helicopter, airplane, and tank mechanics to clerical and support workers. Unlike other federal employees, National Guard dual-status technicians are required to maintain military status as a condition of their civilian position. Most federal employees are covered by Title 5; however, dual-status technicians are covered by both Title 5 and Title 32 (known as the Technician Act). The Technician Act requires dual-status technicians to wear a military uniform as a condition of their employment; leave their civilian position if they can no longer meet their military requirements; and exempts the workers from overtime pay, seniority, and Merit Systems Protection Board rights that other federal workers have. Competitive technicians are civil service and are not required to maintain military membership in the National Guard.|
|Federal Benefits Enrollment ( Tech Tools —> Federal Benefits Enrollment)|
|Law Enforcement Leave for State Active Duty|
|Military Buy Back Post 56 FERS – Steps of Military Buy Back|
|USERRA – The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994|
|PAY & LEAVE – LEAVE ADMINISTRATION: https://dod.hawaii.gov/hro/tech-tools/|
|Click on the following icon for more information on Benefit Enrollment Information.|
- Performance Management
|TPR 451 – Awards Program|
|Hawaii National Guard Technician Awards Program (Coming Eventually)|
|TPR 430 – National Guard Technician Performance Appraisal Program|
|Appendix B – Guidelines for Appraising|
|Appendix A Performance – Performance Improvement Plan (PIP)
Instructions on MyPerformance: https://gko.portal.ng.mil/joint/J1/D06/MyPerformance/Forms/AllItems.aspx
|Technician Personnel Management Course (TPMC)|
|To access the latest information on Supervisor Training:
Click on the “Tech Tools” and scroll down to “Supervisor Training.”
|How To Guide for PAA – Employee MY BIZ -Gives detailed instructions for employee MyBiz portion of PAA|
|How To Guide for PAA – Rating Official My Workplace -Gives detailed instructions to supervisors and managers for My Workplace option of PAA.|
|HLR how to guide -Gives detailed instructions to higher level rating official for My Workplace option of PAA.|
|Introducing the NG PAA – Employee -A powerpoint presentation of screenshots from the Performance Appraisal Application in DCPDS for the employee.|
|Introducing the NG PAA – Rating Official and Higher Level Reviewer (HLR) -A powerpoint presentation of screenshots from the Performance Appraisal Application in DCPDS for the rating official and higher level reviewer (HLR).|
|WRITING EFFECTIVE CRITICAL ELEMENTS (JOB OBJECTIVES) – A guide to writing job objectives (formerly referred to as “critical elements”) with explanations and examples of the SMART and MARST formats. Generally SMART is used for GS and MARST used for WG. A sample of the mandatory supervisory critical element or job objective can be found on page 44. Guide was adjusted to make it uploadable to website by removing NGB logo from coversheet and a picture from page 32.|
|WRITING EFFECTIVE SELF ASSESSMENTS – What is a Self Assessment? Writing the Self Assessment. Helpful-Hints – Things to Do/Not to Do|
|HR Development POC:|
LABOR RELATION RESOURCES
|Regulations & Policies for Technicians:|
|Technician Personnel Regulations and Supplement|
|U.S. Office of Personnel Management – OPM.gov|
|Hawaii National Guard Policies, Guidance & Memorandums|
Other useful Resources:
|Sample Alternate Worksite Memorandum|
|How to Get an Alternate Worksite Approval Request|
|Labor Relations POC:|
|Mr. John Yim||[email protected]||808-672-1555|
WORKERS COMPENSATION PROGRAM (OWCP)
Federal Employees’ Compensation Act (FECA) passed in 1916
|Provides compensation to civilian employees of he US for disability due to personal injury or disease sustained in the performance of duty.
Provides benefits to dependents if a work-related injury or disease causes death.
Funded through agency charge-backs.
Log on to https://www.dol.gov/owcp/dfec/laws.htm for more information about FECA.
|FECA is adminstered by the Office of Worker’s Compensation Programs (OWCP), U. S. Department of Labor. Each employing agency is serviced by a District Office; Hawaii is serviced by the San Francisco District Office (#13).
Individual cases are protected under the Privacy Act. Only employee, approved representative and agency may have access to information concerning compensation claim.
HIPAA does not apply to OWCP or employing agencies as it relates to information concerning the compensation claim.
No one may require an employee or other claimant to waive his/her right to claim benefits.
FECA is a non-adversial system. Disputes under FECA are resolved through informal conferences or formal reconsideration at the district office level, through administrative hearings, or review by the independent Employees’ Compensation Appeals Board whose decision is final.
Benefits provided under FECA constitute the sole remedy against the United States for work-related injury or death. A Federal Employee of surviving dependent is not entitled to sue the United States or recover damages for such injury or death under any other law.
STAFFING AND CLASSIFICATION
|COMPATIBILITY: Military Technician Compatibility Reassignment Procedure|
|CONDUCT INTERVIEWS: How to Conduct a Successful Interview|
|POSITION DESCRIPTIONS: How to Find your Position Description(PD)|
|RE-EMPLOYMENT PROCEDURES (COMING EVENTUALLY)|
|RESIGNATION: Technician Resignation Process|
|Mrs. Annie Salvador||[email protected]||808-672-1228|
|Mrs. Gretchen Molina||[email protected]||808-672-1213|
|Ms. Charlene Pasion||[email protected]||808-672-1224|
Retirement Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS)
DOD RETIREMENT AND SERVICE AWARDS 2019
On behalf of the Adjutant General, the State of Hawaii would like to invite you to attend the State Department of Defense Retirement and Service Awards Luncheon on Friday, April 12, 2019
RSVP: Link Coming eventually
DATE: Friday, April 12, 2019
LOCATION: Hawaii Okinawa Center (HOC)
TIME: 1100 – 1300
|NGB FERS Overview_ABC-C_10152014|
Planning for Retirement
Retirement Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS / CSRS Offset)
Pre-Retirement Benefits Overview DCS Schedules
FERS Retirement Overview Brief
Creditable Civilian Service
Deposit and Redeposit Service
Eligibility For Retirement
CSRS/CSRS Offset Retirement Forms
FERS Retirement Forms
General Retirement Forms
Disability Retirement Forms
Retirement Forms Preparation Briefs
|Mrs. Noelani DE Silva||[email protected]||808-672-1231|