Voluntary Leave Transfer Program
Civilian employee program for transferring leave to employees in need.

Voluntary Leave Transfer Program

VLTP allows civilian employees to transfer unused, accrued annual leave to another civilian employee who has a medical emergency.

Medical emergency is defined as a medical condition of an employee or an employee’s family member that requires the employee’s absence from work for a prolonged period of time and results in a substantial loss of income to an employee because of unavailability of paid leave.

A leave recipient is a current employee who has been approved by the VLTP Administrator to receive annual leave from annual leave accounts of one or more donors. To be a leave recipient in the VLTP, an employee:

  • Must be affected by a medical emergency.
  • Must have used all of their annual and sick leave and be on LWOP or expect to be on LWOP at least 24 hours.
  • Must complete a Leave Recipient form OPM 630, Leave Request form OPM 71 and attach medical documentation to support their request and submit all documentation to their supervisor.

To be a leave donor an employee:

  • Must submit an OPM 630A (Within Agency) or OPM 630B (Outside Agency) – Request to Donate Annual Leave to Leave Recipient under the VLTP.
  • Attach a copy of employee’s latest LES.
  • Submit application and LES to the Human Resources Office.

VLTP forms can be found at U.S. Office of Personnel Management


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