Career Employees

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December 9, 2016
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August 21, 2000
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December 1, 1953
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Approved For Releq;e 2000/09/U.RDP80-0182CR000500170005-8 lawriiy tnformatf ly Career Employee'~will be assignor detail for training, institutions with Ax~ tuition and related expenses 4HOW provided by CIA. (~) kRACL~ - mbe o 11 ,,(uitab consideratil for ad a e tA cb n t l!$e i , I A Career Employee is afforded the opportunity of participating innformulation of his career Development Plan which aims at making him more useful to the Agency and at the same time offers him the opportunity of advancing in responsibility and grade. Career Employees t afforded preferential consideration over other5~~r of employees in connection with assignments to amd key jobs, rotation ann of course, in the vital matter of reduction in , force procedures, should ti-become necessary. forded the opportunity Of-bel'V- Approved For Release 2000/09/12 : CIA-RDP80-01826R000500170005-8 Appr8vec(~For Release 20 : CIA-RDP80-0181 IG , B NEFITS, .I OBLIGATIO 25X1A9a .. The opportunity to stablish & career in a field of vital importance to the NatioaalSiecurity,*b ag each Career Employee the personal aetis- of contributing to that effort. b. The opportunity to associate with a highly selected group of vho.are making intelligence their life?s work. c- 1.l 'opportunity, *here determined necessary in the needs of the ser- -ice, to perform duties in foreign lands. Specific benefits accruing. fo los: Leave in accordance with normal Gcvernnt practices. In " addition, employees abroad may be brought home to their lsces of residence for leave at Goverment expense at the cc letion of their tour of duty. (CIA plans to recast the Congress for the home leave aawma~ while abroad.) 7, t f P-1-170-11 (CIA plan to request the Congress for a modification ~ of existing legislation to permit more liberal retirement ITd, Death and disability benefits in accordance with normal Govern- ment practices. In addition, for those people stationed abroad, medical care and hospitalization is provided on a more liberal basis than in other civilian Goverment agencies generally. This more liberal policy is similar to that of the f3tete Department. bility to secure hospitalization under either of two gibility to secure term sins c?ance three entitled to receive appropriate post differential, cost of living, allowance, and quarters allowance in accordance with normal Government practices. ? A member of the Career Service can expect a career in the .'agency inching equitable consideration for advancement in _ responsib ,lity ? and f. A member of the :areer Service can expect equitable procedures to be applied in the event it is necessary to consider him for separation from the )ervice. He has the right to appeal such a determination through appropriate and have his appeal finally heard by the Director. Approved For Release 2000/09/12 : CIA-RDP80-01826R000500170005-8 Approved For Release 2000/09/12 : CIA-RDP80-01826R000500170005-8 of the principal obligations assumed by w Career iota inclu : a. A. Career ployee accepts the obligation to serve anywhere and at any time and for any kind of duty as determined by the needs of CIA 'This policy will be applied with full consideration mbg Slow to each indivi- dual's capabilities, interests and personal circumstances. b. It is the oblig Lion of each acre r t^ playee to apply himself to his daily tasks with his full capabilities. c. By the very nature of the mission of the Pgency, Career loyees must assume a degree of anonymity which is not normally found elsewhere in Government. There will be additional security restrictions on personal ves of Career . loyees which will vary in many individual casesarc 40 Approved For Release 2000/09/12 : CIA-RDP80-01826R000500170005-8