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2011 03 089 Interim Release

2011 03 089 Interim Release

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February 9, 2011 Dear Steven, We are pleased to welcome you as an inaugural member of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)! As we reach our newest milestone  the ability to compensate CFPB employees from our own payroll infrastructure  we look forward to your continued contributions in assuring the well-being of American consumers. It is your passion and commitment that have supported the achievements realized thus far. Please take time to review this letter carefully and contact us right away if you have any questions or concerns. Much of this data remains unchanged by the move from the Department of the Treasury; some will change because we have established a new organization and can now offer a new pay structure and several benefit supplements not previously available. (Note that the pay structure and benefit supplements are transitional, and will be in place until we can fully develop our own programs. You can learn more in your Launch Booklet.) At CFPB, you are the Assistant Director - Large Bank Supervision, CN-301-8B. Your new salary is $225,639. Your job on the implementation team was one of a number of factors used to set your hiring pay. You are assigned to the Large Bank Supervision Office reporting to Associate Director - Supervision & Enforcement. In the next few weeks, you will receive a copy of your new position description, which outlines your ongoing duties and responsibilities. This document is the basis for establishing your CFPB pay band and subsequently will be the source document in developing your performance plan. If you recently began work on the Implementation Team, we may not have received all of your federal employment history and/or benefits elections at this time. Once we do, your records will be updated to reflect the appropriate information. Our records show: Appointment Veteran Preference Service Date Annual Leave Retirement Benefits You are on a term appointment in the excepted service with a not to exceed date of 12/29/2011.

(b) (6)
Your service computation date for leave accrual purposes is 11/29/2010. You will earn 8 hours of annual leave per bi-weekly pay period.

(b) (6) (b) (6)

All of the above information (and more) will be on your official appointment document, the Standard Form (SF)-50, ‘Notification of Personnel Action.’ Around mid-March, you will receive an e-mail notification that your SF-50 is available to view. Your first Statement of Earnings and Leave (SEL) will be available on the National Finance Center Employee Personal Page (www.nfc.usda.gov/personal) after March 10, 2011. It is extremely important that you review both of these documents as soon as they are available and let us know if you have any questions or concerns. Please pay particular attention to your benefits information, including your annual and sick leave balances. We have made a Glossary of Human Resource Terms available on the Human Capital SharePoint site to explain many of the various codes and terminology used in this letter as well as on the SF-50. We will send you the direct link to the glossary separately via email. A Human Capital Customer Consultant is also available to answer any of your questions regarding this information. We thank you for your hard work and contributions to the creation of CFPB and look forward to working closely with you in the future.

CFPB Human Capital Team

February 9, 2011 Dear Richard, We are pleased to welcome you as an inaugural member of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)! As we reach our newest milestone  the ability to compensate CFPB employees from our own payroll infrastructure  we look forward to your continued contributions in assuring the well-being of American consumers. It is your passion and commitment that have supported the achievements realized thus far. Please take time to review this letter carefully and contact us right away if you have any questions or concerns. Much of this data remains unchanged by the move from the Department of the Treasury; some will change because we have established a new organization and can now offer a new pay structure and several benefit supplements not previously available. (Note that the pay structure and benefit supplements are transitional, and will be in place until we can fully develop our own programs. You can learn more in your Launch Booklet.) At CFPB, you are the Assistant Director - Enforcement, CN-301-8B. Your new salary is $225,639. Your job on the implementation team was one of a number of factors used to set your hiring pay. You are assigned to the Enforcement Office reporting to Associate Director - Supervision & Enforcement. In the next few weeks, you will receive a copy of your new position description, which outlines your ongoing duties and responsibilities. This document is the basis for establishing your CFPB pay band and subsequently will be the source document in developing your performance plan. If you recently began work on the Implementation Team, we may not have received all of your federal employment history and/or benefits elections at this time. Once we do, your records will be updated to reflect the appropriate information. Our records show: Appointment Veteran Preference Service Date Annual Leave Retirement Benefits You are on a term appointment in the excepted service with a not to exceed date of 2/18/2012.

(b) (6)
Your service computation date for leave accrual purposes is 1/18/2011. You will earn 8 hours of annual leave per bi-weekly pay period.

(b) (6) (b) (6)

All of the above information (and more) will be on your official appointment document, the Standard Form (SF)-50, ‘Notification of Personnel Action.’ Around mid-March, you will receive an e-mail notification that your SF-50 is available to view. Your first Statement of Earnings and Leave (SEL) will be available on the National Finance Center Employee Personal Page (www.nfc.usda.gov/personal) after March 10, 2011. It is extremely important that you review both of these documents as soon as they are available and let us know if you have any questions or concerns. Please pay particular attention to your benefits information, including your annual and sick leave balances. We have made a Glossary of Human Resource Terms available on the Human Capital SharePoint site to explain many of the various codes and terminology used in this letter as well as on the SF-50. We will send you the direct link to the glossary separately via email. A Human Capital Customer Consultant is also available to answer any of your questions regarding this information. We thank you for your hard work and contributions to the creation of CFPB and look forward to working closely with you in the future.

CFPB Human Capital Team

February 9, 2011 Dear Raj, We are pleased to welcome you as an inaugural member of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)! As we reach our newest milestone  the ability to compensate CFPB employees from our own payroll infrastructure  we look forward to your continued contributions in assuring the well-being of American consumers. It is your passion and commitment that have supported the achievements realized thus far. Please take time to review this letter carefully and contact us right away if you have any questions or concerns. Much of this data remains unchanged by the move from the Department of the Treasury; some will change because we have established a new organization and can now offer a new pay structure and several benefit supplements not previously available. (Note that the pay structure and benefit supplements are transitional, and will be in place until we can fully develop our own programs. You can learn more in your Launch Booklet.) At CFPB, you are the Associate Director - Research, Markets & Regulations, CN-301-9A. Your new salary is $243,075. Your job on the implementation team was one of a number of factors used to set your hiring pay. You are assigned to the Research, Markets & Regulations Office reporting to the CFPB Director. In the next few weeks, you will receive a copy of your new position description, which outlines your ongoing duties and responsibilities. This document is the basis for establishing your CFPB pay band and subsequently will be the source document in developing your performance plan. If you recently began work on the Implementation Team, we may not have received all of your federal employment history and/or benefits elections at this time. Once we do, your records will be updated to reflect the appropriate information. Our records show: Appointment Veteran Preference Service Date Annual Leave Retirement Benefits You are on a term appointment in the excepted service with a not to exceed date of 10/7/2011.

(b) (6)
Your service computation date for leave accrual purposes is 10/6/2010. You will earn 8 hours of annual leave per bi-weekly pay period.

(b) (6) (b) (6)

All of the above information (and more) will be on your official appointment document, the Standard Form (SF)-50, ‘Notification of Personnel Action.’ Around mid-March, you will receive an e-mail notification that your SF-50 is available to view. Your first Statement of Earnings and Leave (SEL) will be available on the National Finance Center Employee Personal Page (www.nfc.usda.gov/personal) after March 10, 2011. It is extremely important that you review both of these documents as soon as they are available and let us know if you have any questions or concerns. Please pay particular attention to your benefits information, including your annual and sick leave balances. We have made a Glossary of Human Resource Terms available on the Human Capital SharePoint site to explain many of the various codes and terminology used in this letter as well as on the SF-50. We will send you the direct link to the glossary separately via email. A Human Capital Customer Consultant is also available to answer any of your questions regarding this information. We thank you for your hard work and contributions to the creation of CFPB and look forward to working closely with you in the future.

CFPB Human Capital Team

February 9, 2011 Dear Len, We are pleased to welcome you as an inaugural member of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)! As we reach our newest milestone  the ability to compensate CFPB employees from our own payroll infrastructure  we look forward to your continued contributions in assuring the well-being of American consumers. It is your passion and commitment that have supported the achievements realized thus far. Please take time to review this letter carefully and contact us right away if you have any questions or concerns. Much of this data remains unchanged by the move from the Department of the Treasury; some will change because we have established a new organization and can now offer a new pay structure and several benefit supplements not previously available. (Note that the pay structure and benefit supplements are transitional, and will be in place until we can fully develop our own programs. You can learn more in your Launch Booklet.) At CFPB, you are the General Counsel, CN-301-9A. Your new salary is $251,288. Your job on the implementation team was one of a number of factors used to set your hiring pay. You are assigned to the Office of the General Counsel reporting to the CFPB Director. In the next few weeks, you will receive a copy of your new position description, which outlines your ongoing duties and responsibilities. This document is the basis for establishing your CFPB pay band and subsequently will be the source document in developing your performance plan. If you recently began work on the Implementation Team, we may not have received all of your federal employment history and/or benefits elections at this time. Once we do, your records will be updated to reflect the appropriate information. Our records show: Appointment Veteran Preference Service Date Annual Leave Retirement Benefits You are on a permanent appointment in the excepted service.

(b) (6)
Your service computation date for leave accrual purposes is 1/28/2011. (This date will be adjusted upon receipt of documentation of your prior service.) You will earn 8 hours of annual leave per bi-weekly pay period.

(b) (6) (b) (6)

All of the above information (and more) will be on your official appointment document, the Standard Form (SF)-50, ‘Notification of Personnel Action.’ Around mid-March, you will receive an e-mail notification that your SF-50 is available to view. Your first Statement of Earnings and Leave (SEL) will be available on the National Finance Center Employee Personal Page (www.nfc.usda.gov/personal) after March 10, 2011. It is extremely important that you review both of these documents as soon as they are available and let us know if you have any questions or concerns. Please pay particular attention to your benefits information, including your annual and sick leave balances. We have made a Glossary of Human Resource Terms available on the Human Capital SharePoint site to explain many of the various codes and terminology used in this letter as well as on the SF-50. We will send you the direct link to the glossary separately via email. A Human Capital Customer Consultant is also available to answer any of your questions regarding this information. We thank you for your hard work and contributions to the creation of CFPB and look forward to working closely with you in the future. CFPB Human Capital Team

February 9, 2011 Dear Peggy, We are pleased to welcome you as an inaugural member of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)! As we reach our newest milestone  the ability to compensate CFPB employees from our own payroll infrastructure  we look forward to your continued contributions in assuring the well-being of American consumers. It is your passion and commitment that have supported the achievements realized thus far. Please take time to review this letter carefully and contact us right away if you have any questions or concerns. Much of this data remains unchanged by the move from the Department of the Treasury; some will change because we have established a new organization and can now offer a new pay structure and several benefit supplements not previously available. (Note that the pay structure and benefit supplements are transitional, and will be in place until we can fully develop our own programs. You can learn more in your Launch Booklet.) At CFPB, you are the Assistant Director - Non-Bank Supervision, CN-301-8B. Your new salary is $225,639. Your job on the implementation team was one of a number of factors used to set your hiring pay. You are assigned to the Non-Bank Supervision Office reporting to the Associate Director - Supervision & Enforcement. In the next few weeks, you will receive a copy of your new position description, which outlines your ongoing duties and responsibilities. This document is the basis for establishing your CFPB pay band and subsequently will be the source document in developing your performance plan. If you recently began work on the Implementation Team, we may not have received all of your federal employment history and/or benefits elections at this time. Once we do, your records will be updated to reflect the appropriate information. Our records show: Appointment Veteran Preference Service Date Annual Leave Retirement Benefits You are on a permanent appointment in the excepted service.

(b) (6)
Your service computation date for leave accrual purposes is 6/24/1990. You will earn 8 hours of annual leave per bi-weekly pay period.

(b) (6) (b) (6)

All of the above information (and more) will be on your official appointment document, the Standard Form (SF)-50, ‘Notification of Personnel Action.’ Around mid-March, you will receive an e-mail notification that your SF-50 is available to view. Your first Statement of Earnings and Leave (SEL) will be available on the National Finance Center Employee Personal Page (www.nfc.usda.gov/personal) after March 10, 2011. It is extremely important that you review both of these documents as soon as they are available and let us know if you have any questions or concerns. Please pay particular attention to your benefits information, including your annual and sick leave balances. We have made a Glossary of Human Resource Terms available on the Human Capital SharePoint site to explain many of the various codes and terminology used in this letter as well as on the SF-50. We will send you the direct link to the glossary separately via email. A Human Capital Customer Consultant is also available to answer any of your questions regarding this information. We thank you for your hard work and contributions to the creation of CFPB and look forward to working closely with you in the future.

CFPB Human Capital Team

February 9, 2011 Dear Holly, We are pleased to welcome you as an inaugural member of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)! As we reach our newest milestone  the ability to compensate CFPB employees from our own payroll infrastructure  we look forward to your continued contributions in assuring the well-being of American consumers. It is your passion and commitment that have supported the achievements realized thus far. Please take time to review this letter carefully and contact us right away if you have any questions or concerns. Much of this data remains unchanged by the move from the Department of the Treasury; some will change because we have established a new organization and can now offer a new pay structure and several benefit supplements not previously available. (Note that the pay structure and benefit supplements are transitional, and will be in place until we can fully develop our own programs. You can learn more in your Launch Booklet.) At CFPB, you are the Assistant Director - Servicemember Affairs, CN-301-8A. Your new salary is $187,605. Your job on the implementation team was one of a number of factors used to set your hiring pay. You are assigned to the Office of Servicemember Affairs reporting to the Associate Director - Consumer Education & Engagement. In the next few weeks, you will receive a copy of your new position description, which outlines your ongoing duties and responsibilities. This document is the basis for establishing your CFPB pay band and subsequently will be the source document in developing your performance plan. If you recently began work on the Implementation Team, we may not have received all of your federal employment history and/or benefits elections at this time. Once we do, your records will be updated to reflect the appropriate information. Our records show: Appointment Veteran Preference Service Date Annual Leave Retirement Benefits You are on a term appointment in the excepted service with a not to exceed date of 2/12/2012.

(b) (6)
Your service computation date for leave accrual purposes is 1/12/2011. You will earn 8 hours of annual leave per bi-weekly pay period.

(b) (6) (b) (6)

All of the above information (and more) will be on your official appointment document, the Standard Form (SF)-50, ‘Notification of Personnel Action.’ Around mid-March, you will receive an e-mail notification that your SF-50 is available to view. Your first Statement of Earnings and Leave (SEL) will be available on the National Finance Center Employee Personal Page (www.nfc.usda.gov/personal) after March 10, 2011. It is extremely important that you review both of these documents as soon as they are available and let us know if you have any questions or concerns. Please pay particular attention to your benefits information, including your annual and sick leave balances. We have made a Glossary of Human Resource Terms available on the Human Capital SharePoint site to explain many of the various codes and terminology used in this letter as well as on the SF-50. We will send you the direct link to the glossary separately via email. A Human Capital Customer Consultant is also available to answer any of your questions regarding this information. We thank you for your hard work and contributions to the creation of CFPB and look forward to working closely with you in the future.

CFPB Human Capital Team

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