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Thank you for your question. A clean record settlement in the Federal sector is an agreement that results in an employment action that was taken against the federal employee is cleared from their employment files (OPF). This is generally done through a negotiated settlement agreement between the Federal agency and the Federal employee involved in an MSPB appeal. The goal for the employee in a clean record agreement is to eliminate, or minimize, the negative employment information that could affect their future employment in the Federal or private sector.
There are a different types of CRS. Some CRS provisions fully delete a proposed removal action, or previously made decision, from OPFs and the like, while other types specify the specific information that will be disclosed by an agency when contacted by another employer. Others may not rescind documentation issued, but instead agree to change the Form SF-50 documentation that was issued in the OPF.
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