Administrative Personnel

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 2005 - 811 pages
Official U.S. Government edition. Code of Federal Regulations, Title 5, Administrative Personnel, Pt. 1-699, Revised as of January 1, 2005. Title 5 - Administrative Personnel is composed of three volumes. The parts in these volumes are arranged in the following order: parts 1-699, 700-1199 and part 1200-end. The contents of these volumes represent all current regulations codified under this title of the CFR as of January 1, 2005.

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Contents

Agency accountability systems OPM authority
10
review personnel management programs Rule X
15
SUBCHAPTER BCIVIL SERVICE REGULATIONS 110 Posting notices of new OPM regulations
17
OPM mandatory review of classified documents
19
Procedures for settling claims
23
Claims collection standards
27
Employees personal property claims
40
Program fraud civil remedies
47
Qualification requirements general
228
Medical qualification determinations
229
Other than fulltime career employment Part time seasonal oncall and intermittent
233
Reduction in force
238
Reemployment rights
258
Restoration to duty from uniformed service or compensable injury
274
Removal from the Senior Executive Service guar anteed placement in other personnel systems
283
Presidential management intern program
292

Basic concepts and definitions general
63
Veteran preference
64
Competitive service and competitive status
65
Excepted service
66
Senior Executive Service
78
Organization of the Government for personnel management
80
Personnel management in agencies
81
Part Page 251 Agency relationships relationships with organizations rep resenting Federal employees and other organiza tions
82
Personnel records
85
Availability of official information
98
Privacy procedures for personnel records
108
Employment general
120
Overseas employment
132
Employment in the excepted service
133
Expert and consultant appointments
141
Reserved 307 Veterans readjustment appointments
144
Volunteer service
145
Employment of relatives
146
Career and careerconditional employment
147
Temporary and term employment
169
Employment in the Senior Executive Service
175
Employment in seniorlevel and scientific and pro fessional positions
189
Recruitment selection and placement general
191
Recruitment and selection through competitive examination
215
Reserved
216
Temporary assignment of employees between Fed eral agencies and State local and Indian tribal governments institutions of higher education and ot...
219
Promotion and internal placement
221
Examining system
225
Training
294
Executive management and supervisory develop ment
303
Performance management
305
Chapter IOffice of Personnel Management 3
307
Performance based reduction in grade and removal actions
322
Awards
327
Part Page 470 Personnel management research programs and demonstrations projects
332
Classification under the General Schedule
335
Pay rates and systems general
341
Pay under the General Schedule
350
Prevailing rate systems
375
Pay under other systems
477
Grade and pay retention
491
Repayment of student loans
499
Pay administration general
503
Pay administration under the Fair Labor Stand
551
ards Act
573
Reemployment of military and civilian retirees to meet exceptional employment needs
598
Travel and transportation expenses new ap pointees and interviews
601
Recruitment and relocation bonuses retention al lowances supervisory differentials and extended assignment incentives
602
Voluntary separation incentive payments
621
Processing garnishment orders for child support andor alimony
623
Commercial garnishment of Federal employees pay
680
Allowances and differentials
688
Physicians comparability allowances
709
Hours of duty
711
Absence and leave
717
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