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An individual or firm holding such a contract may thereafter be chosen for such a discrete work assignment.
The work assignments expand on the strengths of NASA's 10 centers while allowing the agency to safely fly out the space shuttle manifest and establish a firm foothold in space by extending the International Space Station, likely to 2020 or beyond.
Between 50,000 and 60,000 United States Postal Service (Service) employees, or 7 to 8 percent of the Service's workforce, occupied a modified work assignment during fiscal year 2008.
It is entirely voice-driven, enabling users to perform virtually any task from sign-on to application selection to work assignments simply by speaking.
Both participants and supervisors evaluate work assignments.
Light-duty work assignments may be part of aggressive return-to-work programs.
Expatriates can also incur additional tax burdens if a work assignment is in a country with higher tax rates than in the U.
Transferred employees may incur additional tax burdens if the work assignment is to a country with substantially higher tax rates than in the United States (many European countries fit this description).