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FAC Spotlight: Office of Policy & Audit Helps Raise

Money for Franklin Co. Animal Shelter

Gerry Hoppman and the staff in the Office of Policy and Audit (OPA), in conjunction with the

Central Kentucky Chapter of the  Association of Government Accounts (AGA), decided this

year’s community outreach project would benefit the Franklin County Humane Society. 


Employee of the Quarter for the

Office of Administrative Services Recognized

In early October the first class of employees of the quarter (EOTQ) were announced. At that

time Kim Hurst was out for a few weeks, so Secretary Landrum finally had the opportunity to

recognize Kim last week and thank her for her service and dedication.


Veterans Day 2016

 The 50th Commemoration of the Vietnam War offers a broader scope for appreciating

the service and sacrifice of all  Kentuckians who served.



 Photos of the Week… 




Any Presidential Election Day is a holiday and all state employees are entitled to the holiday.

Employees who are scheduled to work on the holiday in lieu of being off for the day, who also

meet voting leave eligibility requirements, should be allowed leave to vote. If an employee takes

leave to vote, leave should be requested in advance and a copy of the approved request will

document the purpose of the leave, but the timesheet should not reflect VOTE for that time.

The timesheet record should reflect the full holiday entitlement and cannot also have 4 hours of

voting leave on the timesheet, as that would duplicate the accounting of the scheduled hours. No

leave for absentee voting should be approved. Employees are given the day off for Presidential Election Day.


If an employee chooses to work as an Election Officer on Presidential Election Day or will be out of town

on that day, they may cast an absentee ballot but should not be given voting leave time to do so.


As always please contact the Division of Human Resources with any questions regarding

the holiday and/or timesheet recording.


Sandy Bain 564-7368

Tina Perry 564-8155

John Morris 564-4520


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