.10 Other Forms of Leave with Pay.

A. When an employee has obtained appropriate supervisory approval and provided such documentation as may be required, leave with pay shall be authorized for the situations set forth in §§B—Dof this regulation.

B. Obligated Military Service. An employee who is a member of the organized Militia or the Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, or Marine Reserves, is entitled annually to not more than 15 days of leave for military training.

C. Adjudicatory Proceedings. When an employee has been subpoenaed or summoned to appear in court in connection with a civil or criminal case, to appear in an administrative proceeding before an administrative body, called for jury duty, or for a deposition, and is not a party to the action being heard or a paid witness, the employee is entitled to leave with pay.

D. Parental Leave. An employee who is the primary caregiver responsible for the care and nurturing of the employee’s child may, upon request, be granted up to 60 days of paid parental leave within 6 months following the birth of a child or adoption of a child younger than 6 years old. The employee shall exhaust all annual and personal leave before the employee may request parental leave to attain a total of 60 days of paid leave after the birth or adoption of a child.