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TITLE 5—Administrative Personnel

CHAPTER I—OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

SUBCHAPTER B—CIVIL SERVICE REGULATIONS

PART 315—CAREER AND CAREER-CONDITIONAL EMPLOYMENT

rule

Subpart A—[RESERVED]

rule

Subpart B—THE CAREER-CONDITIONAL EMPLOYMENT SYSTEM

§315.201
Service requirement for career tenure.
§315.202
Conversion from career-conditional to career tenure.
rule

Subpart C—CAREER OR CAREER-CONDITIONAL EMPLOYMENT FROM REGISTERS

§315.301
Tenure on appointment from register.
§315.302
Acquisition of competitive status.
rule

Subpart D—CAREER OR CAREER-CONDITIONAL EMPLOYMENT BY REINSTATEMENT

§315.401
Reinstatement.
§315.402
Tenure on reinstatement.
§315.403
Acquisition of competitive status.
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Subpart E—CAREER OR CAREER-CONDITIONAL EMPLOYMENT BY TRANSFER

§315.501
Transfer.
§315.502
Tenure on transfer.
§315.503
Acquisition of competitive status.
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Subpart F—CAREER OR CAREER-CONDITIONAL APPOINTMENT UNDER SPECIAL AUTHORITIES

§315.601
Appointment of former employees of the Canal Zone Merit System or Panama Canal Employment System.
§315.602
Appointment based on service in the Office of the President or Vice-President or on the White House Staff.
§315.603
Appointment based on former incumbency of a position brought into the competitive service.
§315.604
Employment of disabled veterans who have completed a training course under Chapter 31 of title 38, United States Code.
§315.605
Appointment of former ACTION volunteers.
§315.606
Noncompetitive appointment of certain present and former Foreign Service officers and employees.
§315.607
Noncompetitive appointment of present and former Peace Corps personnel.
§315.608
Noncompetitive appointment of certain former overseas employees.
§315.609
Appointment based on service in United States positions of the Panama Canal Commission.
§315.610
Noncompetitive appointment of certain National Guard technicians.
§315.611
Appointment of certain veterans who have competed under agency merit promotion announcements.
§315.612
Noncompetitive appointment of certain military spouses.
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Subpart G—CONVERSION TO CAREER OR CAREER-CONDITIONAL EMPLOYMENT FROM OTHER TYPES OF EMPLOYMENT

§315.701
Incumbents of positions brought into the competitive service.
§315.702
Employees serving without competitive examination in rare cases.
§315.703
Employees formerly reached on a register.
§315.704
Conversion to career employment from indefinite or temporary employment.
§315.705
Employees serving under transitional or veterans recruitment appointments.
§315.706
Certain nonpermanent employees of the Department of Energy.
§315.707
Disabled veterans.
§315.708
[Reserved]
§315.709
Appointment for Persons With Disabilities.
§315.710
Professional and administrative career employees serving under Schedule B appointments.
§315.711
Readers, interpreters, and personal assistants serving under Schedule A appointments.
§315.712
[Reserved]
§315.713
Conversion based on service in a Pathways Program under part 362 of this chapter.
§315.725
Disqualifications.
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Subpart H—PROBATION ON INITIAL APPOINMENT TO A COMPETITIVE POSITION

§315.801
Probationary period; when required.
§315.802
Length of probationary period; crediting service.
§315.803
Agency action during probationary period (general).
§315.804
Termination of probationers for unsatisfactory performance or conduct.
§315.805
Termination of probationers for conditions arising before appointment.
§315.806
Appeal rights to the Merit Systems Protection Board.
rule

Subpart I—PROBATION ON INITIAL APPOINTMENT TO A SUPERVISORY OR MANAGERIAL POSITION

§315.901
Statutory requirement.
§315.902
Definitions.
§315.903
Coverage.
§315.904
Basic requirement.
§315.905
Length of the probationary period.
§315.906
Crediting service toward completion of the probationary period.
§315.907
Failure to complete the probationary period.
§315.908
Appeals.
§315.909
Relationship to other actions.


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