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Matrix of ASA(M&RA) Delegated Civilian Human Resources (CHR) Authorities
Version 01-2011 dated April 21, 2011

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# Subject/ Description References Expiration Date Delegated To Special Instructions Reporting Requirements
14 Credit for Prior Non-Federal Work Experience and Certain Military Service (or Determining Annual Leave Accrual Rate

Authority to authorize service credit for new employees for the purpose of determining annual leave accrual. Credit may be given for prior work experience obtained in non-Federal and certain military service if it relates directly to the skills required for the position under recruitment.
DOD1 1400.25, Vol 631 , Aug 31, 2009, subj: DoD Civilian Personnel Management System: Credit for Prior Non-Federal Experience and Certain Military Service for Determining Leave Accrual Rate (Delegates authority to Secretaries of Military Departments with authority to further delegate in writing)

Secretary of the Army Memo, 13 0ct 2010,subj: Delegation of Authority- Credit for Prior Non-Federal Experience and Certain Military Service for Determining Leave Accrual Rate (Delegates authority to the ASA(M&RA) with authority to further delegate in writing)
Sep 30, 2013 Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army*

Commanders of:
- Army Commands;

- Army Service Component Commands; and

- Direct Reporting Units
Authority may be further delegated in writing to the lowest practical organizational level to ensure timely hiring decisions in support of mission reqUirements, but not lower than a selecting official.

Authorizing service credit for prior non-federal work experience and certain military service is not an entitlement but is meant to provide hiring officials with an additional tool to meet Command Human Capital Management Plans.

The DCS G-1 will issue additional instructions and procedures as necessary to support operational requirements and ensure the appropriate use of this incentive. Implementing guidance and instructions wiU be updated as required to incorporate changes necessitated by amendments to rule, law, regulation or higher authority guidance.

Delegates are required to establish plans for utilizing this incentive; provisions to monitor its use and effectiveness; maintenance of documentation; and plans for further delegations. Plans will be maintained by the AG-
Use of this incentive requires command reports be submitted annually through AG- 1 (CP) to ASA(M&RA).
* For purposes of this delegation, the Principal Officials of the Headquarters, Department of the Army, their staffs and other elements, Field Operating Agencies, and Staff Support Agencies not specifically named as delegates of the described authority fall under the purview of the Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army.