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WE CAN’T DO THIS ALONE – AGENCIES AND OWCP MUST WORK TOGETHER TO DELIVER THE FECA PROGRAM SUCCESSFULLY. 
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SHARE has almost all of us on the same page, and that’s very positive.
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Here are the four SHARE goals, just for those who may be new to the biz.
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After a slow start in 04 and 05 – injuries have declined each year. 
In fact, the number of injuries reported to OWCP has declined to a point not seen in the program since before the 1974 amendments.
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Almost all agencies reducing injuries
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Lost time injury rates are even more important – the serious injuries account for a huge percentage of costs and trauma. 
Again, after stumbling out of the gate, since 2006 the story is VERY POSITIVE.
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More of a mixed bag here – if Homeland Security hadn’t reduced their lost time rate so much, the govt. as a whole might not have met the goal.
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Government-wide performance has been excellent from the beginning on Goal 3 – timely filing of claims. 
Things have plateaued a bit – once you improve, it’s harder to squeeze out more improvement in this regard.  But we’re still failing on nearly ONE-THIRD of all new claims – and that’s not good enough.
NOTE here:  POSTAL SERVICE is at 93%, as Vicki said – using SNAIL MAIL!!  The rest of us need to meet that challenge!
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Only LABOR exceeding USPS’s excellent results; USDA needs to get moving to meet the MINIMUM GOAL
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LPD, like injuries, faltered initially but started meeting the goal in 2006 – note tremendous performance so far in 2007!
This is a key measure, and it SHOULD be possible to drive it down a lot further.  Still losing almost a half day of productivity PER EMPLOYEE due to new injuries each year – much higher in some agencies.  And this stat doesn’t count days lost AFTER the first year beyond the injury. 
Must continue to eliminate injuries, and get people back to work earlier, to reduce LPDs.
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Medical costs continue to rise, but our many initiatives hold costs under the inflation rate for medical services as a whole.
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WE ARE MAKING STEADY PROGRESS IN GETTING PEOPLE BACK TO WORK – BUT THE TOTAL NUMBER ON THE LONG TERM ROLL IS STILL VERY HIGH. 
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