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Fiscal Year 2020

Bulletin

Subject

FECA Bulletin No. 20-01

Compensation Pay - Consumer Price Index (CPI) Cost-of-Living Adjustments.

FECA Bulletin No. 20-02

Compensation Pay: Compensation Rate Changes for 2020.

FECA Bulletin No. 20-03

Compensation Pay: Compensation Rate Changes for 2020.
This Bulletin supersedes FECA Bulletin 20-02.

FECA Bulletin No. 20-04

Compensation Pay - Consumer Price Index (CPI) Cost-of-Living Adjustments.
This Bulletin supersedes FECA Bulletin 20-01.

FECA Bulletin No. 20-05

Federal Employees Contracting COVID-19 in Performance oF Duty

FECA Bulletin No. 20-06

Change in collection procedures for debt owed to the Division of Federal Employees' Compensation (DFEC).

 

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FECA BULLETIN NO. 20-01

Issue Date: January 27, 2020


Expiration Date: February 28, 2021


Subject: Compensation Pay - Consumer Price Index (CPI) Cost-of-Living Adjustments.

Purpose: To furnish information on the CPI adjustment process for March 1, 2020.

The cost-of-living adjustments granted to a compensation recipient under the FECA are based on the "Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers" (CPI-W) figures published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The annual cost of living increase is calculated by comparing the base month from the prior year to the base month of the current year, with the percentage of increase adjusted to the nearest one-tenth of 1 percent. 5 U.S.C. §8146(a) establishes the base month for the FECA CPI as December.

December 2018 had a CPI-W level of 244.786 and the December 2018 level was reported by BLS as 250.452. This means that the new CPI increase, adjusted to the nearest one-tenth of one percent, is 2.3 percent. The increase is effective March 1, 2020, and is applicable where disability or death occurred before March 1, 2019. In addition, the new base month for calculating the future CPI is December 2019.

The maximum compensation rates1 , which must not be exceeded, are as follows:

 

$8,886.25 per month
$8,202.68 each four weeks
$2,050.67 per week
$410.13 per day (for a 5 day week)

Applicability: Appropriate National Office and District Office personnel.

Reference: FECA Consumer Price Index (CPI) Amendment, dated January 6, 1981; Bureau of Labor Statistics Consumer Price Index Publication for December 2019 (USDL-20-0044)

Action: National Office Production updated the iFECS CPI tables and recalculated all payment records when the iFECS system was not in use by District Office personnel. The March 28, 2020 will be the first check paid at the 2020 rate.

Please note that if there are any cases with fixed gross overrides, those cases must be reviewed to determine if CPI adjustment is necessary. If so, a manual calculation will be required. If the gross override payment is in fact eligible for annual CPI increases, the payment plate should be adjusted in the iFECS system to pay as a "Gross Override with CPI."

  1. CPI Minimum and Maximum Adjustments Listings. Form CA-841, Cost-of-Living Adjustments; Form CA-842, Minimum Compensation Rates; and Form CA-843, Maximum Compensation Rates, should be updated to indicate the increase for 2019. Attached to this directive is a complete list of all the CPI increases and effective dates since October 1, 1966 through March 1, 2020, for reference.

  2. Verification of Compensation. If claimants write or call for verification of the amount of compensation paid (possibly for mortgage verification; insurance verification; loan application; etc.), please continue to provide this data in letter form from the district office. Many times a Benefit Statement may not reach the addressee and regeneration of the form is not possible. A letter indicating the amount of compensation paid every four weeks will be an adequate substitute for this purpose.

Disposition: This Bulletin is to be retained in Part 5, Benefit Payments, Federal (FECA) Procedure Manual, until further notice or the indicated expiration date.

 

ANTONIO RIOS
Director for
Federal Employees' Compensation

Attachment: Cost of Living Adjustments

Distribution: All DFEC Staff


1 Per for Executive Heads of Departments and Agencies dated December 26, 2019.

 

COST-OF-LIVING ADJUSTMENTS
Under 5 USC §8146(a)

EFFECTIVE DATE

RATE

EFFECTIVE DATE

RATE

10/01/66

12.5%

03/01/90

4.50%

01/01/68

3.7%

03/01/91

6.1%

12/01/68

4.0%

03/01/92

2.8%

09/01/69

4.4%

03/01/93

2.5%

 

 

03/01/94

2.5%

06/01/70

4.4%

03/01/95

2.7%

03/01/71

4.0%

03/01/96

2.5%

05/01/72

3.9%

03/01/97

3.3%

06/01/73

4.8%

03/01/98

1.5%

01/01/74

5.2%

03/01/99

1.6%

07/01/74

5.3%

 

 

11/01/74

6.3%

03/01/00

2.8%

06/01/75

4.1%

03/01/01

3.3%

01/01/76

4.4%

03/01/02

1.3%

11/01/76

4.0%

03/01/03

2.4%

07/01/77

4.9%

03/01/04

1.6%

05/01/78

5.3%

03/01/05

3.4%

11/01/78

4.9%

03/01/06

3.5%

05/01/79

5.5%

03/01/07

2.4%

10/01/79

5.6%

03/01/08

4.3%

 

 

03/01/09

0.0%

04/01/80

7.2%

 

 

09/01/80

4.0%

03/01/10

3.4%

03/01/81

3.6%

03/01/11

1.7%

03/01/82

8.7%

03/01/12

3.2%

03/01/83

3.9%

03/01/13

1.7%

03/01/84

3.3%

03/01/14

1.5%

03/01/85

3.5%

03/01/15

0.3%

03/01/86

N/A

03/01/16

0.4%

03/01/87

0.7%

03/01/17

2.0%

03/01/88

4.5%

03/01/18

2.2%

03/01/89

4.4%

03/01/19

1.8%

   

03/01/20

2.3%

Prior to September 7, 1974, the new compensation after adding the CPI is rounded to the nearest $1.00 on a monthly basis or the nearest multiple of $.23 on a weekly basis ($.23, $.46, $.69, or $.92). After September 7, 1974, the new compensation after adding the CPI is rounded to the nearest $1.00 on a monthly basis or the nearest $.25 on a weekly basis ($.25, $.50, $.75, or $1.00).

New compensation rates
Prior to 11/1/74 Eff. 11/1/74

Prior to 11/1/74 .08-.34 = .23

Eff. 11/1/74 .13-.37 = .25

.35-.57 = .46

.38-.62 = .50

.58-.80 = .69

.63-.87 = .75

.81-.07 = .92

.88-.12 = 1.00

ATTACHMENT TO FECA BULLETIN NO. 20 - 01

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FECA BULLETIN NO. 20-02

Issue Date: January 27, 2020


Expiration Date: January 1, 2021


Subject: Compensation Pay: Compensation Rate Changes for 2020.

Background: On December 26, 2019, the President signed an Executive Order increasing General Schedule basic pay rates for 2020.

Reference: Memorandum for Executive Heads of Departments and Agencies dated December 26, 2019; and the attachment for the 2020 General Schedule.

Purpose: To inform the appropriate personnel of the minimum/maximum rates of compensation for affected cases on the periodic disability and death payrolls.

The maximum compensation rate payable is based on the scheduled salary of a GS-15, Step 10 of $142,180 per annum. The basis for the minimum compensation rate of $21,974 is the salary of a GS-2, Step 1. The actual rates are outlined below.

Effective January 5, 2020

Type

Minimum

Maximum

Weekly

$316.93

$2,050.67

Daily (5-day week)

$63.39

$410.13

 

Effective January 5, 2020

Type

Minimum

Maximum

28-Day Cycle

$1,267.72

$8,202.68

 

Effective January 5, 2020

Type

Minimum

Maximum

Monthly

$1,831.17

$8,886.25

Action: The Integrated Federal Employees' Compensation System (iFECS) will be updated with the rate changes for the periodic disability and death payrolls.

Applicability: Appropriate National and District Office personnel

Disposition: This bulletin is to be retained in Part 5, Benefit Payments, Federal (FECA) Procedure Manual, until the indicated expiration date.

 

Antonio Rios
Director for
Federal Employees' Compensation

Distribution: All DFEC Staff

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FECA BULLETIN NO. 20-03

Issue Date: February 19, 2020


Expiration Date: January 1, 2021


Subject: Compensation Pay: Compensation Rate Changes for 2020. This Bulletin supersedes FECA Bulletin 20-02.

Background: On December 26, 2019, the President signed an Executive Order increasing General Schedule basic pay rates for 2020.

Reference: Memorandum for Executive Heads of Departments and Agencies dated December 26, 2019; and the attachment for the 2020 General Schedule.

Purpose: To inform the appropriate personnel of the minimum/maximum rates of compensation for affected cases on the periodic disability and death payrolls.

The maximum compensation rate payable is based on the scheduled salary of a GS-15, Step 10 of $142,180 per annum. The basis for the minimum compensation rate of $21,974 is the salary of a GS-2, Step 1. The actual rates are outlined below.

Effective January 5, 2020

Type

Minimum

Maximum

Weekly

$316.92

$2,050.68

Daily (5-day week)

$63.38

$410.14

 

Effective January 5, 2020

Type

Minimum

Maximum

28-Day Cycle

$1,267.68

$8,202.72

 

Effective January 5, 2020

Type

Minimum

Maximum

Monthly

$1,831.09

$8,886.28

Action: The Integrated Federal Employees' Compensation System (iFECS) will be updated with the rate changes for the periodic disability and death payrolls.

Applicability: Appropriate National and District Office personnel

Disposition: This bulletin is to be retained in Part 5, Benefit Payments, Federal (FECA) Procedure Manual, until the indicated expiration date.

 

Antonio Rios
Director for
Federal Employees' Compensation

Distribution: All DFEC Staff

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FECA BULLETIN NO. 20-04

Issue Date: February 19, 2020


Expiration Date: February 28, 2021


Subject: Compensation Pay - Consumer Price Index (CPI) Cost-of-Living Adjustments. This Bulletin supersedes FECA Bulletin 20-01.

Purpose: To furnish information on the CPI adjustment process for March 1, 2020.

The cost-of-living adjustments granted to a compensation recipient under the FECA are based on the "Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers" (CPI-W) figures published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The annual cost of living increase is calculated by comparing the base month from the prior year to the base month of the current year, with the percentage of increase adjusted to the nearest one-tenth of 1 percent. 5 U.S.C. §8146(a) establishes the base month for the FECA CPI as December.

December 2018 had a CPI-W level of 244.786 and the December 2019 level was reported by BLS as 250.452. This means that the new CPI increase, adjusted to the nearest one-tenth of one percent, is 2.3 percent. The increase is effective March 1, 2020, and is applicable where disability or death occurred before March 1, 2019. In addition, the new base month for calculating the future CPI is December 2019.

The maximum compensation rates1 , which must not be exceeded, are as follows:

 

$8,886.28 per month
$8,202.72 each four weeks
$2,050.68 per week
$410.14 per day (for a 5 day week)

Applicability: Appropriate National Office and District Office personnel.

Reference: FECA Consumer Price Index (CPI) Amendment, dated January 6, 1981; Bureau of Labor Statistics Consumer Price Index Publication for December 2019 (USDL-20-0044)

Action: National Office Production updated the iFECS CPI tables and recalculated all payment records when the iFECS system was not in use by District Office personnel. The March 28, 2020 will be the first check paid at the 2020 rate.

Please note that if there are any cases with fixed gross overrides, those cases must be reviewed to determine if CPI adjustment is necessary. If so, a manual calculation will be required. If the gross override payment is in fact eligible for annual CPI increases, the payment plate should be adjusted in the iFECS system to pay as a "Gross Override with CPI."

  1. CPI Minimum and Maximum Adjustments Listings. Form CA-841, Cost-of-Living Adjustments; Form CA-842, Minimum Compensation Rates; and Form CA-843, Maximum Compensation Rates, should be updated to indicate the increase for 2019. Attached to this directive is a complete list of all the CPI increases and effective dates since October 1, 1966 through March 1, 2020, for reference.

  2. Verification of Compensation. If claimants write or call for verification of the amount of compensation paid (possibly for mortgage verification; insurance verification; loan application; etc.), please continue to provide this data in letter form from the district office. Many times a Benefit Statement may not reach the addressee and regeneration of the form is not possible. A letter indicating the amount of compensation paid every four weeks will be an adequate substitute for this purpose.

Disposition: This Bulletin is to be retained in Part 5, Benefit Payments, Federal (FECA) Procedure Manual, until further notice or the indicated expiration date.

 

ANTONIO RIOS
Director for
Federal Employees' Compensation

Attachment: Cost of Living Adjustments

Distribution: All DFEC Staff


1 Per for Executive Heads of Departments and Agencies dated December 26, 2019.

 

COST-OF-LIVING ADJUSTMENTS
Under 5 USC §8146(a)

EFFECTIVE DATE

RATE

EFFECTIVE DATE

RATE

10/01/66

12.5%

03/01/90

4.50%

01/01/68

3.7%

03/01/91

6.1%

12/01/68

4.0%

03/01/92

2.8%

09/01/69

4.4%

03/01/93

2.5%

 

 

03/01/94

2.5%

06/01/70

4.4%

03/01/95

2.7%

03/01/71

4.0%

03/01/96

2.5%

05/01/72

3.9%

03/01/97

3.3%

06/01/73

4.8%

03/01/98

1.5%

01/01/74

5.2%

03/01/99

1.6%

07/01/74

5.3%

 

 

11/01/74

6.3%

03/01/00

2.8%

06/01/75

4.1%

03/01/01

3.3%

01/01/76

4.4%

03/01/02

1.3%

11/01/76

4.0%

03/01/03

2.4%

07/01/77

4.9%

03/01/04

1.6%

05/01/78

5.3%

03/01/05

3.4%

11/01/78

4.9%

03/01/06

3.5%

05/01/79

5.5%

03/01/07

2.4%

10/01/79

5.6%

03/01/08

4.3%

 

 

03/01/09

0.0%

04/01/80

7.2%

 

 

09/01/80

4.0%

03/01/10

3.4%

03/01/81

3.6%

03/01/11

1.7%

03/01/82

8.7%

03/01/12

3.2%

03/01/83

3.9%

03/01/13

1.7%

03/01/84

3.3%

03/01/14

1.5%

03/01/85

3.5%

03/01/15

0.3%

03/01/86

N/A

03/01/16

0.4%

03/01/87

0.7%

03/01/17

2.0%

03/01/88

4.5%

03/01/18

2.2%

03/01/89

4.4%

03/01/19

1.8%

   

03/01/20

2.3%

Prior to September 7, 1974, the new compensation after adding the CPI is rounded to the nearest $1.00 on a monthly basis or the nearest multiple of $.23 on a weekly basis ($.23, $.46, $.69, or $.92). After September 7, 1974, the new compensation after adding the CPI is rounded to the nearest $1.00 on a monthly basis or the nearest $.25 on a weekly basis ($.25, $.50, $.75, or $1.00).

New compensation rates
Prior to 11/1/74 Eff. 11/1/74

Prior to 11/1/74 .08-.34 = .23

Eff. 11/1/74 .13-.37 = .25

.35-.57 = .46

.38-.62 = .50

.58-.80 = .69

.63-.87 = .75

.81-.07 = .92

.88-.12 = 1.00

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FECA BULLETIN NO. 20-05

Issue Date: March 31, 2020


Subject: Federal Employees Contracting COVID-19 in Performance oF Duty

Background: The Federal Employees' Compensation Act (FECA) covers injury in the performance of duty; injury includes a disease proximately caused by federal employment. The U.S. Department of Labor's (DOL) Office of Workers' Compensation Programs (OWCP) Division of Federal Employees' Compensation (DFEC) provides to an employee injured while in the performance of duty, the services, appliances, and supplies prescribed or recommended by a qualified physician, which OWCP considers "likely to cure, give relief, reduce the degree or the period of disability, or aid in lessening the amount of the monthly compensation." See 5 U.S.C. 8103. FECA pays compensation for disability or death of an employee resulting from injury in the performance of duty.

While all federal employees who contract COVID-19 related to their federal employment are entitled to FECA coverage, special case handling considerations apply to those employees engaged in high-risk employment. In the case of COVID-19, federal employees who are required to have in-person and close proximity interactions with the public on a frequent basis – such as members of law enforcement, first responders, and front-line medical and public health personnel – will be considered to be in high-risk employment triggering the application of Chapter 2-0805-6 of the FECA Procedure Manual. In such cases, there is an implicit recognition of a higher likelihood of infection related to such federal employment. OWCP DFEC recognizes that certain kinds of employment routinely present situations that may lead to infection by contact with sneezes, droplet infection, bodily secretions, and surfaces on which the COVID-19 virus may reside. Conditions such as COVID-19 (like the diseases covered in Chapter 2-0805-6) more commonly represent a work hazard in health care facilities, correctional institutions, and drug treatment centers, among others. The employment-related incidence of COVID-19 appears more likely to occur among members of law enforcement, first responders, and front-line medical and public health personnel, and among those whose employment causes them to come into direct and frequent in-person and close proximity contact with the public.

DOL has created new procedures to specifically address COVID-19 claims. Employees filing a claim for workers' compensation coverage as a result of COVID-19 should file Form CA-1, Federal Employee's Notice of Traumatic Injury and Claim for Continuation of Pay/Compensation. The new procedures will also call the adjudicator's attention to the type of employment held by the employee, rather than burdening the employee with identifying the exact day or time they contracted the novel coronavirus.

Purpose: To provide targeted instructions to claims staff on the handling of COVID-19 FECA claims by federal employees.

Action:

  1. A special indicator has been assigned to all COVID-19 claims. The indicator is available for input in the Employees' Compensation and Management Portal (ECOMP) or can be added by case-create clerks where the form is received on paper or by fax. However, where the indicator is not included (such as in cases where the agency uses its own electronic data interchange (EDI) system or where the agency did not elect to use the indicator available in ECOMP), claims examiners should alert their District Director that the COVID-19 indicator must be added.

  2. An OWCP DFEC COVID-19 Task Force has been created to help ensure cases are handled expeditiously in a fair and consistent manner. The Task Force will review all COVID-19 claims development and adjudications.

  3. EXPOSURE FROM HIGH-RISK EMPLOYMENT: If a COVID-19 claim is filed by a person in high-risk employment (by job category or otherwise confirmed by the employer1), OWCP DFEC will accept that the exposure to COVID-19 was proximately caused by the nature of the employment. If the employer supports the claim and that the exposure occurred, and the CA-1 is filed within 30 days, the employee is eligible to receive Continuation of Pay for up to 45 days.

  4. EXPOSURE FROM OTHER EMPLOYMENT: If a COVID-19 claim is filed by a person whose position is not considered high-risk, OWCP DFEC will require the claimant to provide a factual statement and any available evidence concerning exposure. The employing agency will also be expected to provide OWCP DFEC with any information they have regarding the alleged exposure, and to indicate whether they are supporting or controverting the claim. If the employer supports the claim, including that the exposure occurred, and the CA-1 is filed within 30 days, the employee is eligible to receive Continuation of Pay for up to 45 days.

  5. TESTING: The results of any COVID-19 testing should be submitted to OWCP if available. If the employee has encountered difficulty in obtaining such testing, OWCP will authorize such testing if the employee is working in high-risk employment or otherwise has a confirmed COVID-19 employment exposure.

  6. MEDICAL: Medical evidence establishing a diagnosis of COVID-19 is needed. You will need to provide medical evidence establishing that the diagnosed COVID-19 was aggravated, accelerated, precipitated, or directly caused by your work-related activities. For health and safety reasons, claimants may wish to use telehealth to obtain medical evidence from a qualified physician – OWCP encourages this flexibility.

  7. CAUSAL RELATIONSHIP: Establishing causal relationship generally requires a qualified physician's opinion, based on a reasonable degree of medical certainty, that the diagnosed condition is causally related to employment conditions. This opinion must be based on a complete factual and medical background. In the case of high-risk employment, the factual and medical background would include the physician's recognition that the employee is engaged in high-risk employment that included exposure to COVID-19 while in federal employment. See D.M. (T.M.) Docket No. 19-0358 (issued March 19, 2020) (ECAB found the employee's death due to meningococcemia was causally related to her high-risk employment as a nurse at the employing establishment, as her employment routinely presented situations which could lead to infection by contact with human blood, bodily secretions, and other substances.)

  8. USE OF THE DISTRICT MEDICAL ADVISOR (DMA): In the case of high-risk employment where testing establishes a diagnosis of COVID-19 but no physician's signature is on file following appropriate development, the CE may use the DMA to establish the diagnosis and provide the above-referenced recognition that the employee is engaged in high-risk employment that included exposure to COVID-19 while in federal employment.

  9. DISABILITY: FECA pays compensation for partial or total disability of an employee resulting from injury in the performance of duty. Just as with other conditions/claims, disability is claimed by the filing of a CA-7, Claim for Compensation, with the employing agency and requires an incapacity because of an employment-related injury to earn wages.

1 A real-time list of occupational codes and/or job series, including the geographic locations where the high-risk determination has been flagged by the agency, will be available to OWCP staff to assist OWCP's determination that the position falls within that category.

 

Applicability: Appropriate National and District Office personnel.

Disposition: This bulletin is to be retained until incorporated into the Procedure Manual.

ANTONIO RIOS
Director for
Federal Employees' Compensation
Distribution: All DFEC Staff

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FECA BULLETIN NO. 20-06

Issue Date: June 5, 2020


Subject: Change in collection procedures for debt owed to the Division of Federal Employees' Compensation (DFEC).

Background: 20 CFR §10.441(b) provides that when an overpayment has been made to an individual who is not entitled to further payments, the individual shall refund to the Office of Workers' Compensation (OWCP) the amount of the overpayment as soon as the error is discovered or his or her attention is called to the same.

The overpayment is subject to the provisions of the Federal Claims Collection Act of 1966 (as amended), 31 U.S.C. §§ 3701-3720A, and may be reported to the Internal Revenue Service as income. If the individual fails to make such refund and the overpayment cannot be recovered from continuing compensation, the OWCP may recover the debt through any available means, including offset of salary, annuity benefits, or other Federal payments, including tax refunds as authorized by the Tax Refund Offset Program, or referral of the debt to a collection agency or to the Department of Justice.

Previously, if DFEC could not recover an overpayment from continuing compensation or through similar, alternative means, the debtor was required to submit a paper check by mail.

If a payment was not received in response to the Final Overpayment Determination, DFEC staff issued demand letters and referred the debt to the Treasury for collection, when appropriate.

Applicability: Appropriate National Office and District Office personnel.

Reference: 5 U.S. C. § 8129, 31 U.S.C. §§ 3701-3720A, 20 C.F.R. §10.441, Chapter 6-0100, Introduction and Chapter 6-0500, Debt Liquidation, Part 6, Debt Management, Federal (FECA) Procedure Manual.

Action:

  1. Once a Final Overpayment Determination has been issued to a debtor, and recovery cannot be made from continuing compensation payments, DFEC staff will refer the debt and a copy of the decision to National Office for submission to Treasury's Centralized Receivable Service (CRS). CRS will collect payments on behalf of the program and pursue collection actions including referrals for Cross Servicing.

  2. Payments received through CRS will be posted to the account via the debt management application in the integrated Federal Employees' Compensation System (iFECS).

Disposition: This bulletin should be retained until incorporated into Chapter 6-0500, Debt Liquidation, of the FECA Procedure Manual.

 

ANTONIO RIOS
Director for
Federal Employees' Compensation

Distribution: All DFEC Staff

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