DOD CIVILIAN EMPLOYEE OVERSEAS
EMERGENCY - ESSENTIAL POSITION AGREEMENT
PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
AUTHORITY: 5 U.S.C. 301; E.O. 9397; and DoDD1404.10, Emergency-Essential (E-E) DoD U.S. Citizen Civilian Employees.
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE(S): To establish emergency procedures to ensure that qualified personnel are identified to fill emergency-essential DoD
civilian position overseas.
The information is
used to identify qualified personnel eligible to fill vacant emergency-essential DoD civilian
ROUTINE USE(S): None.
DISCLOSURE: Voluntary; however, failure to provide the information may be cause for reassignment or termination of the individual.
SECTION A - EMPLOYEE IDENTIFICATION
1. TYPED NAME (Last, First, Middle Initial)
2. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER
SECTION B - POSITION IDENTIFICATION
1. ORGANIZATION NAME
2. POSITION NUMBER
3. POSITION TITLE
4. PAY PLAN
SECTION C - SUPERVISOR'S STATEMENT
1. The position identified above is emergency-essential.
In the event of a crisis or war,
performance of the duties of this position is essential
to the support of assigned (Enter DoD Component)
2. Performance of the duties of this position during a crisis situation or wartime will require that you (X one)
a. Relocate (TDY or PCS) to a duty station in an overseas area.
b. Continue to work in an overseas area after the evacuation of others who are not in civilian emergency-essential
3. The incumbent of/designated alternate for (Line through one) this position may also be required to participate in emergency plans/exercises.
4. As the incumbent of/designated alternate for (Line through one) this position, request you complete the agreement in SECTION D below.
a. TYPED NAME (Last, First, Middle Initial)
d. DATE SIGNED (YYYYMMDD)
SECTION D - EMPLOYEE'S AGREEMENT
1. I agree:
a. To perform the duties and requirements of the position identified above in the event of crisis situation or wartime.
b. To participate in emergency plans exercises when required.
2. I understand that:
to perform the duties of this position in an emergency may result in appropriate action - defined as separation for the efficiency
of the Federal Service under the procedures contained in 5 CFR 752.
b. Provisions have been made to evacuate my dependents from the hostile or potentially hostile zone with the same priority as other
DoD sponsored dependents (DoD Directive 3025.14).
will be taken to authorize danger pay allowance for my post if it meets the criteria established by the Department of State
(Title 5, United States Code, Section 5928 (Public Law 96-465, Section 2311) "Foreign Service Act of 1980").
d. I will be given a Geneva Convention Identity Card, DD Form 489 or DD Form 1934, as appropriate, to identify me as a non combatant.
(DoD Instruction 1000.1)
b. DATE SIGNED (YYYYMMDD)
DD FORM 2365, FEB 2000
PREVIOUS EDITION MAY BE USED.