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  • Acting Approval & Termination
  • 1. What is the definition of acting?

    Acting is the performing of the duties on full-time basis of another post which is of a higher grade than the officer’s substantive grade in the same service and scheme of service with the approval of the Promotion Board.

  • 2. Can Head of Department give orders to an officer to hold an acting post?

    No, acting must be approved by the Promotion Board.

  • 3. Can an officer be promoted without acting in the post previously?

    Yes, subject to the approval of the Promotion Board.

  • 4. Can acting be terminated?

    The Promotion Board can terminate acting based on the following reasons:

    1. The officer does not show satisfactory performance during the acting period.
    2. The officer has requested his/her acting being terminated;
    3. The officer has not fulfilled the conditions for promotion;
    4. The officer is facing disciplinary actions; and
    5. Any other reasons that warrant acting being terminated.
  • Acting Allowance
  • 1. How is acting allowance calculated?

    Acting allowance is the difference between the starting salary of the acting post with the salary of the officer, under condition that:

    1. The difference is not less than one normal salary movement on the officer’s substantive grade. If the difference is less than one movement of the officer’s actual salary, acting allowance is the amount of one normal movement of the salary scale of the acting post; and
    2. If the officer’s actual salary is the same or higher than the starting salary of the acting post, acting allowance is the amount of one normal movement of the salary scale of the acting post.

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