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e-CFR Data is current as of August 18, 2014

Title 5Chapter ISubchapter A → Part 8


Title 5: Administrative Personnel


PART 8—APPOINTMENTS TO OVERSEAS POSITIONS (RULE VIII)


Contents
§8.1   Additional authority of OPM.
§8.2   Appointment of United States citizens.
§8.3   Appointment of persons not citizens of the United States.
§8.4   Positions excepted from the application of this part.

Authority: 5 U.S.C. 3301, 3302.

Source: 28 FR 10025, Sept. 14, 1963, unless otherwise noted.

§8.1   Additional authority of OPM.

In addition to authorizing the recruitment and appointment of persons to overseas positions under regulations issued under the preceding Rules, OPM may, by the regulations prescribed by it, authorize the recruitment and appointment of persons to such positions as provided in §8.2. As used in this part, overseas positions means positions in foreign countries and in other areas beyond the continental limits of the United States, except as provided in §8.4.

§8.2   Appointment of United States citizens.

United States citizens may be recruited overseas for appointment to overseas positions in the competitive service without regard to the competitive requirements of the Civil Service Act. Persons so recruited who meet the qualification standards and other requirements of OPM for overseas positions may be given appointments to be known as “overseas limited appointments.” Such appointments shall be of temporary or indefinite duration, and shall not confer the right to acquire a competitive status. OPM may authorize overseas limited appointments for United States citizens recruited within the continental limits of the United States whenever it determines that it is not feasible to appoint from a civil-service register. Persons serving under appointments made pursuant to this section are hereby excluded from the operation of the Civil Service Retirement Act of May 29, 1930, as amended, unless eligible for retirement benefits by continuity of service or otherwise.

§8.3   Appointment of persons not citizens of the United States.

Persons who are not citizens of the United States may be recruited overseas and appointed to overseas positions without regard to the Civil Service Act.

§8.4   Positions excepted from the application of this part.

This part shall not apply to positions in Hawaii, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Alaska, and on the Isthmus of Panama.



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