The E-DPM contains all of the District government's HR resources, rules, and issuances. To get started, you may view the latest effective issuances below, or visit the Chapters Index.
Whenever a subordinate agency makes a competitive or non-competitive personnel change, the agency must submit a Personnel Action Request (PAR) to the D.C. Department of Human Resources (DCHR) for proc...
The District of Columbia government provides its employees with paid leave to address both planned and unplanned life events without risking their financial well-being. Eligible employees may access u...
The District government offers its employees alternative work scheduling and telework options. Depending on the agency's needs, employees at agencies with established alternative work schedule or tele...
Chapter 1 | Human Resources Management
Chapter 2 | Talent Acquisition
Chapter 6 | Office of Employee Appeals
Chapter 8 | Police, Fire, and Emergency Medical Services Employees
Chapter 10 | Executive Services
Chapter 11 | Classification/Compensation
Chapter 12 | Hours of Work, Legal Holidays, and Leave
Chapter 13 | Employee Development
Chapter 14 | Performance Management
Chapter 15 | Whistleblower Protection
Chapter 16 | Corrective and Adverse Actions...
Chapter 22 | Life Insurance Benefits
Chapter 23 | Disability Compensation
Chapter 24 | Reductions in Force
Chapter 25 | Rules of Practice and Procedure for the Police and Firefighters Retirement and Relief Board
Chapter 26 | DC Retirement Benefit Program
Chapter 27 | Temporary Assignment of Personnel
Chapter 29 | Employee Debt Set-Offs
Chapter 31 | Records Management and Privacy of Records
Chapter 32 | Sub-Delegation of Personnel Authority
Chapter 37 | ...Administrative Law Judges
Chapter 38 | Management Supervisory Service (MSS)
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