Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E). Overtime for
RDT&E funded personnel at the U. S. Coast Guard Research and
Development Center must be approved by the Commanding Officer, U.
S. Coast Guard Research and Development Center. Overtime for other
RDT&E funded employees must be approved by Commandant (G-ER).
Yard Fund (YF). As prescribed by the Commanding Officer, Coast
Environmental Compliance and Restoration (EC&R). As prescribed by
Commandant (G-ECV). Requests for EC&R overtime require advance
approval from Commandant (G-ECV). Authorization can be made on a
quarterly basis. Requests must contain the amount requested, the
applicable project and project number(s) and a description of the work to
Reimbursements between Coast Guard Organizations. If an employee
whose pay is normally charged to one account (command, appropriation,
etc.) works paid overtime for another account (command, appropriation,
etc.), funds shall be transferred between organizations as mutually agreed
to cover such costs. Transfer of overtime costs between organizations
should be effected at the time the expenses are incurred.
Reimbursements between other DOT Administrations, Federal Agencies,
and Non-Federal Activities. For reimbursable paid overtime provided by
Coast Guard to other DOT administrations, Federal agencies, and non-
Federal activities, see Chapter 5, section G of reference (d).
Pollution Response Overtime. Coast Guard civilian employees may be
called on to support an On Scene Coordinator (OSC) who is responding
to an oil spill or hazardous chemical incident under the Federal Water
Pollution Control Act (FWPCA)/OPA 90 or Comprehensive
Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability