Federal employees can use this comprehensive 2023 leave record to track their annual and sick leave, comp, and credit hours used throughout the year. It is designed for active federal employees, from new hires to those in mid to late career that are planning their retirement and need to establish realistic target retirement dates.
I would like to thank two federal employees that beta tested this new version, Daniel and Shauna. Daniel provided significant formatting and content updates that added more functionality to the spreadsheet.
The 2024 leave year has 26 pay periods.
Please share our 2023 leave chart with everyone in your organization. It includes the Juneteenth national holiday. The chart tracks all leave balances, and you are able to annotate your work schedule on the chart as well. Simply download the spreadsheet to your desktop for easy access.
If your downloaded spreadsheet opens in protected view click the “enable editing” button in the yellow bar at the top of the form. If you don’t see the enable editing button you may have an older version of Excel or your IT department may have to allow the form to pass without restrictions. We also included a newer slsx workbook version that you can use if you have problems with the earlier version.
About The Author
Dennis V. Damp is a retired federal manager, business owner, career counselor and veteran. Damp’s The Book of U.S. Government Jobs was awarded “Best Career” title by the Benjamin Franklin Awards Committee. Damp is the author of 28 books, a recognized employment expert, and a retired federal manager with 35 years of service. He worked for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and held numerous supervisory and management positions and was responsible for recruiting, rating and interviewing applicants, outreach and hiring. His last government position was technical operations manager at the Pittsburgh International Airport’s air traffic control tower.