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e-CFR Data is current as of October 17, 2014

Title 5Chapter ISubchapter BPart 894


TITLE 5—Administrative Personnel

CHAPTER I—OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER B—CIVIL SERVICE REGULATIONS (CONTINUED)

PART 894—FEDERAL EMPLOYEES DENTAL AND VISION INSURANCE PROGRAM

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Subpart A—ADMINISTRATION AND GENERAL PROVISIONS

§894.101
Definitions.
§894.102
If I have a pre-existing dental or vision condition, may I join FEDVIP?
§894.103
How do I enroll?
§894.104
Who makes enrollment decisions and reconsiderations?
§894.105
Who may correct an error in my enrollment?
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Subpart B—COVERAGE AND TYPES OF ENROLLMENT

§894.201
What types of enrollments are available under FEDVIP?
§894.202
If I enroll for self plus one, may I decide which family member to cover?
§894.203
If I have a self plus one enrollment, when may I change which family member I want to cover or change to self only?
§894.204
May I be enrolled in more than one dental or vision plan at a time?
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Subpart C—ELIGIBILITY

§894.301
Am I eligible to enroll in the FEDVIP?
§894.302
What is an excluded position?
§894.303
What happens to my enrollment if I transfer to an excluded position?
§894.304
Am I eligible to enroll if I'm retired or receiving workers' compensation?
§894.305
Am I eligible to enroll if I am a former spouse receiving an apportionment of annuity?
§894.306
Are foster children eligible as family members?
§894.307
Are disabled children age 22 or over eligible as family members?
§894.308
How do I establish the dependency of my recognized natural child?
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Subpart D—COST OF COVERAGE

§894.401
How do I pay premiums?
§894.402
Do the premiums I pay reflect the cost of providing benefits?
§894.403
Are FEDVIP premiums paid on a pre-tax basis?
§894.404
May I opt out of premium conversion?
§894.405
What happens if I go into nonpay status or if my pay/annuity is insufficient to cover the allotments?
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Subpart E—ENROLLMENT AND CHANGING ENROLLMENT

§894.501
When may I enroll?
§894.502
What are the Qualifying Life Events (QLEs) that allow me to enroll?
§894.503
Are belated enrollments or changes allowed?
§894.504
When is my enrollment effective?
§894.505
Are retroactive premiums paid with pre-tax dollars (premium conversion)?
§894.506
How often will there be open seasons?
§894.507
After I'm enrolled, may I change from one dental or vision plan or plan option to another?
§894.508
When may I increase my type of enrollment?
§894.509
What are the QLEs that are consistent with increasing my type of enrollment?
§894.510
When may I decrease my type of enrollment?
§894.511
What are the QLEs that are consistent with decreasing my type of enrollment?
§894.512
What happens if I leave Federal Government and then return?
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Subpart F—TERMINATION OR CANCELLATION OF COVERAGE

§894.601
When does my FEDVIP coverage stop?
§894.602
May I cancel my enrollment at any time?
§894.603
Is there an extension of coverage and right to convert when my coverage stops or when a covered family member loses eligibility?
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Subpart G—ANNUITANTS AND COMPENSATIONERS

§894.701
May I keep my dental and/or vision coverage when I retire or start receiving workers' compensation?
§894.702
May I participate in open season and make changes to my enrollment as an annuitant or compensationer?
§894.703
How long does my coverage as an annuitant or compensationer last?
§894.704
What happens if I retire and then come back to work for the Federal Government?
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Subpart H—BENEFITS IN UNDERSERVED AREAS

§894.801
Will benefits be available in underserved areas?


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