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NIH Record  
Vol. LVII, No.15
July 29, 2005
17-Year-Old Enlightens NIH Scientists on Protein Structure Prediction, Teenagers
Genetic Variation Alters Response to Warfarin
NEI Launches Cogan Ophthalmic Pathology Collection
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Personnel Goes Paperless
NIH Among First to Use New Electronic Folder System
This screen will welcome NIH'ers to the new web-based electronic official personnel folder system.
It won't affect your pay, leave or benefits. In fact, you may not even notice when it happens. Nevertheless, the folks in human resources are working hard to prepare you for receiving less — less paper, that is. Beginning in early August, all official personnel folders for HHS employees will be converted to electronic web-based files called eOPFs, electronic official personnel folders.

Perimeter Fence To Become Operational On Aug. 29
Pedestrian turnstiles near Metro for NIH employees.
The NIH Perimeter Security System (PSS) — to most of us, the fence surrounding the NIH campus — will be operational on Monday, Aug. 29. The fence is the most obvious element of the PSS and balances the necessary level of security with as much convenience as possible for NIH employees, patients and visitors.