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									                           FOREST SERVICE MANUAL
                             PORTLAND, OREGON

                   TITLE 6100 - PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

                        R-6/PNW Supplement No. 6100-90-4

                              Effective August 1, 1990

POSTING NOTICE. Supplements to this manual are numbered consecutively.
Check the last transmittal sheet received for this manual to see that the above
supplement number is in sequence. If not, obtain intervening supplement(s) at once
from the Information Center. Do not post this supplement until the missing one(s)
is received and posted. After posting, place the transmittal at the front of the title
and retain until the first transmittal of the next calendar year is received.

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JOHN F. BUTRUILLE
Regional Forester
R-6/PNW SUPPLEMENT 6100-90-4                                   6160
EFFECTIVE 8/1/90                                               Page 2 of 2

                    FSM 6100 - PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
                       R-6/PNW SUPPLEMENT 6100-90-4
                               EFFECTIVE 8/1/90

                  CHAPTER 6160 - ATTENDANCE AND LEAVE


6160.4 - Responsibility

6160.41 - Regional Foresters, Station Directors, and Area Directors

      4.     The Regional Forester and Station Director have delegated to the
Deputy Regional Foresters, Deputy Station Director, Assistant Station Directors,
and Forest Supervisors the authority to approve their own annual leave for 30 days
or less. For information purposes, the Regional Forester/Station Director should be
notified of large blocks of scheduled annual leave. These management officials
must schedule and approve the above annual leave in writing if any forfeited leave
is to be considered for restoration.

								
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