|>>||January 2 *||Monday||New Year’s Day (In lieu)|
|>>||January 16||Monday||Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.|
|>>||February 20||Monday||Washington’s Birthday|
|>>||May 29||Monday||Memorial Day|
|>>||July 4||Tuesday||Independence Day|
|>>||September 4||Monday||Labor Day|
|>>||October 9||Monday||Columbus Day|
|>>||November 10||Friday||Veterans Day|
|>>||November 23||Thursday||Thanksgiving Day|
|>>||December 25||Monday||Christmas Day|
|>>||January 1||Saturday||New Year’s Day|
|>>||January 17||Monday||Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.|
|>>||February 21*||Monday||Washington’s Birthday|
|>>||May 30||Monday||Memorial Day|
|>>||July 4||Monday||Independence Day|
|>>||September 5||Monday||Labor Day|
|>>||October 10||Monday||Columbus Day|
|>>||November 11||Friday||Veterans Day|
|>>||November 24||Thursday||Thanksgiving Day|
|>>||December 26***||Monday||Christmas Day|
* This holiday is designated as “Washington’s Birthday” in section 6103(a) of title 5 of the United States Code, which is the law that specifies holidays for Federal employees. Though other institutions such as state and local governments and private businesses may use other names, it is our policy to always refer to holidays by the names designated in the law.
** Federal holidays that fall on a Sunday is observed the following monday.
*** December 25, 2022 (the legal public holiday for Christmas Day), falls on a Sunday. For most Federal employees, Monday, December 26, will be treated as a holiday for pay and leave purposes. (See section 3(a) of Executive order 11582, February 11, 1971.)
* Federal holidays that fall on a Sunday is observed the following Monday.