TA 22-03, Fiscal Year-End Reminder
Published: August 25, 2022
Effective: Pay Period 20, 2022
The last day of fiscal year (FY) 2022 occurs in Pay Period (PP) 20; therefore, special instructions may be required for preparing PP 20 Time and Attendance (T&A) reports.
T&A contact point representatives should ensure that timekeepers are aware of these instructions. Agencies should also notify all employees who utilize employee self-entry in their T&A applications.
Payroll Obligation Estimates
For Agencies having payroll obligation estimates computed by the National Finance Center (NFC), 150 percent of PP 18 costs will be used to estimate PP 19 and PP 20 costs that occurred in FY 2022.
Accounting Data Distribution
NFC no longer prorates stored accounting across fiscal years. Therefore, Agencies should not use stored accounting in PP 20 and should instead prepare a single T&A distributing all time-in-pay statuses for each line entry to the appropriate accounting data for both FY 2022 and FY 2023. This will ensure accurate distribution of accounting data is charged between FY 2022 and FY 2023. Agencies may resume using stored accounting in PP 21.
Payroll costs for PP 19 will be expensed, reported, and paid in October 2022.
Split T&A Requirements for PP 20
Split T&As are required when:
- An employee is on LWOP for military purposes (LWOP-US) through a personnel action with Nature of Action Code 473, Absent-Uniformed Service. A split T&A is only required if the employee is using military leave.
- Regular military leave is used during PP 20.
- U.S. Customs Service employees are coded in the database with in the Customs Officer's Pay Reform Status field.
Instructions for preparing split T&As are provided in the T&A Instructions procedure manual.
Military Leave Rollover
If an employee is on 80 hours of LWOP-US, the 80 hours should be recorded on the T&A with Transaction Code 71, LWOP, and Transaction Descriptor Code 04. Failure to submit a T&A in PP 20 will prevent an employee's military leave balance from being updated and rolled over properly. If the Agency fails to submit the T&A properly, the Agency will be required to manually reset the military leave in the Time Inquiry-Leave Update System (TINQ).
For questions about NFC processing, authorized Servicing Personnel Office representatives should contact the NFC Contact Center ator via the customer service portal at ServiceNow Portal for Federated Users and at ServiceNow Portal for Non-Federated Users.