THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
OFFICE OF PERSONNEL
441 4th Street, N.W., Suite 3005, Washington D.C. 20001
January 9, 2003
Michael A. Lorusso
2006 Columbia Road, NW, #33
Washington, DC .20009
Dear Mr. Lorusso
As we approach the end of Mayor Williams' first
administration and enter his second term, let me take this opportunity to
thank you on behalf of Mayor Williams for your commitment to public
service. During your tenure with the District of Columbia Government; you
have played an important role in ensuring that the Mayor's strategic
vision for our city and the mission of the DC government were carried out.
Not only have you seined our city well, you have laid a foundation upon
which it can continue to prosper.
As we begin the second term, please be advised that
your appointment is the excepted service as Deputy Director; Portfolio
Management in the Office of Property Management, will not be continued.
Therefore this letter serves as official notice of the termination of your
appointment; effective at the close of business on Friday, January. 24,
2003. You will be placed on paid administrative leave during this period.
Since you are being separated from the District
government for non-disciplinary reasons, you are entitled to separation
pay pursuant to section 903(f) of the Comprehensive Merit Personnel Act,
as amended by DC Law 10-124, the Omnibus Personnel Reform Amendment Act of
1998. Accordingly, you will receive four (4) weeks of separation pay at
your current rate of basic pay. If you are reemployed by the District
within four weeks of your separation, you will be required to reimburse
the District government a prorated amount of the separation pay, based on
the period of your actual separation. Additionally, you will receive
payment for any unused annual leave.
Separation pay compensation will be disbursed as a
lump sum payment subject to standard deductions and tax withholdings. No
deductions will be made for retirement or other benefits. A copy of this
letter will be forwarded to the Office of Pay and Retirement Services (OPRS)
for appropriate action. Questions regarding payment dates should be
directed to Jean Carson, Customer Services Officer, at (202) 727-5972.
You must return all building keys, office keys, security badge(s), pass
card(s); cell phone(s), and any and all government property issued to you
as a District government employee. This includes all District of Columbia
paper-based or computer-based documents contained on computer disks, hard
drives, storage drives, and any other type of electronic media in your
possession. Your telephone password should be provided to your
administrative staff to facilitate deletion of messages after your
To schedule an exit interview and to obtain information regarding
continuation of life and health insurance benefits, please contact Emma
Mapp, Associate Director, DCOP, at 442-9680.
Again, we truly appreciate the professionalism you exhibited during
your tenure with the District government. On behalf of Mayor Williams arid
.the residents of the District of Columbia, I extend best wishes to you in
your future endeavors.
Judy D. Banks
Interim Director of Personnel
cc: Kelvin J. Robinson, Chief of Staff, Executive Office of the Mayor
Herbert Tillery, Deputy Mayor for Operations
Jean Carson, Customer Services Officer, OPRS/OCFO
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GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
OFFICE OP THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
DEPUTY CFO FOR FINANCIAL OPERATIONS 7 SYSTEMS
|OFFICE OF PAY & RETIREMENT SERVICES
||410 E STREET, N.W.
WASHINGTON, DC 20001
To: Judy Banks
Office of Personnel Management.
From: Shirley E. Jones
Special Pay Officer
Office of Pay and Retirement
DATE: May 19, 2003
SUBJECT: PAYOUT REGARDING MICHAEL LORUSSO
Please find below a breakdown regarding Michael Lorusso; social
security number [withheld online] earnings as requested.
|Type of Payment
||Number of Hours
I ran be reached at 202/727-4758 if you have any questions.