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          transferable to the second contract period.  Under petitioner’s             
          contracts, accrued annual leave was not carried over in the event           
          of direct hire.                                                             
               Petitioner was entitled to “excused absences” for blood                
          donations, voting, inclement weather, and military leave.                   
          Petitioner reported her time and attendance to the COR biweekly.            
               The personal service contracts required the State Department           
          to withhold two parts of Social Security (old age/survivors                 
          disability insurance and Medicare) and Federal and State income             
          taxes from petitioner’s wages.  The contracts required the State            
          Department to “make the employer’s contribution toward the two              
          parts of Social Security in behalf of Contractor [petitioner]”.             
          The State Department issued Forms W-2, Wage and Tax Statement, to           
          petitioner for years covered by the contract periods.                       
               Petitioner was entitled to reimbursement of 50 percent of              
          her actual annual health insurance costs.  Petitioner was                   
          required to submit invoices for reimbursement of health insurance           
          premiums to the COR on SF-1034, Public Voucher for Purchases and            
          Services Other Than Personal.  The personal service contracts               
          stated that under current law, reimbursements of actual                     
          expenditures for health insurance were not reported as gross                
          income for Federal income tax purposes.  Petitioner was not                 
          covered by the State Department medical program, nor was she                
          entitled to participate in the Federal Employees Health Benefits            

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