The Army Civilian Injury Compensation Program is based on the Federal Employees' Compensation Act (FECA). FECA provides monetary compensation, death benefits, medical care and assistance, vocational rehabilitation, and retention rights to all Federal employees who sustain disabling injuries, including occupational disease or illness, as a result of their employment regardless of the type of appointment or length of employment.
Messages and Memorandums
|Document||Title (Click on memo title to view the memo)|
OTSG/MEDCOM Policy Memo 14-070
14 Oct 2016
|Policy Memo 08 002 14 Subject: Medical Treatment Policy for Army Civilian Employees with Accepted Job-related Injury or Illness Claims|
27 Oct 2014
|Supplemental Guidance - Reduction of Civilian Occupational Injuries and Illnesses|
25 June 2013
|Reduction of Civilian Occupational Injuries and Illnesses|
12 April 2013
|Reductions in Civilian Occupational Injuries and Illnesses and Workers' Compensation Program Costs|
Available Documents & Information
DCPAS Tip Of The Week (Index & Archives)
CA-810 - Injury Compensation for (all) Federal Employees
CA-810 is a manual for Federal agency personnel specialists, compensation specialists, and supervisors.
DoD 1400.25-M, Subchapter 810, April 12, 2005, (Administratively reissued April 16, 2009)
Subchapter 810 implements DoD policy, prescribes procedures, and delegates authority on implementing the DoD injury compensation program under the "Federal Employees' Compensation Act" (FECA), Section 8101 of title 5, United States Code (U.S.C.) (reference (a)), which provides benefits to civilian employees of the Federal Government for disability due to personal injury, disease, or death arising from or within the scope of their employment
Workers' Compensation Guide for Deploying Civilians Updated 02/25/16
Workers Comp Overview for Supervisors Updated Sept 2016
ICPA Handbook Updated June 2012
This handbook was originally compiled by Daisy Crowley, and provides wisdom, insight and tips from the trade. Included are tips from successful ICPAs and information relevant to your day-to-day operations.
ICPA Resources Binder (large file - significant download time may apply)
DoD Pipeline Guidance
For a number of years, DoD has funded the "Pipeline" program which provided salary and overhire authority for the first 365 days of full-time employment, when long-term workers' compensation claimants are returned to work under certain circumstances. Pipeline made it easier to return these claimants to work and has been a huge success, saving all the DoD components hundreds of millions of dollars in future cost avoidance.
DoD Pipeline Reemployment Program Guide - Updated: Nov 2014
CPMS Link: Information on the DoD Pipeline Program (Gov't CAC only)
FECA FAQs for Employees Updated 10/28/15
FECA FAQs for Injury Compensation Specialists (ICPSs) Updated 10/28/15
FECA FAQS for Safety Professionals Updated 10/28/15
FECA FAQS for Supervisors Updated 10/28/15
" Who Does What" On Workers' Compensation Posted Oct 16, 2013
When questions arise about the Army Workers' Compensation Program, Army Workers' Compensation Command Program managers
should contact the Army Workers' Compensation Program Manager (AG-1 CP),
and Army Injury Compensation Specialists (formerly ICPAs) should contact the Workers' Compensation Operations Program Manager (CHRA).
Other personnel with questions should read the Army Workers' Compensation Implementing Guidance and Frequently Asked Questions about the Federal Employees' Compensation Act (FECA) located in the section above first.
If an answer cannot be found, questions may be submitted to the Army Workers' Compensation mailbox at email@example.com. The mailbox address may also be found on the Global Address directory at USARMY Ft Belvoir AG1CP Mailbox Workers Compensation.