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Electronic Code of Federal Regulations

e-CFR Data is current as of July 21, 2014

Title 5: Administrative Personnel


PART 212—COMPETITIVE SERVICE AND COMPETITIVE STATUS


Contents

Subpart A—Competitive Service

§212.101   Definitions.
§212.102   Authority to make determinations.

Subpart B [Reserved]

Subpart C—Competitive Status

§212.301   Competitive status defined.

Subpart D—Effect of Competitive Status on Position

§212.401   Effect of competitive status on position.

Authority: 5 U.S.C. 1302, 3301, 3302; E.O. 10577, 3 CFR, 1954-1958 Comp., p. 218.

Source: 33 FR 12408, Sept. 4, 1968, unless otherwise noted.

Subpart A—Competitive Service

§212.101   Definitions.

In this chapter:

(a) Competitive service has the meaning given that term by section 2102 of title 5, United States Code, and includes:

(1) All civilian positions in the executive branch of the Federal Government not specifically excepted from the civil service laws by or pursuant to statute, by the President, or by the Office of Personnel Management, and not in the Senior Executive Service; and

(2) All positions in the legislative and judicial branches of the Federal Government and in the government of the District of Columbia specifically made subject to the civil service laws by statute.

(b) Competitive position means a position in the competitive service.

(5 U.S.C. 2102)

[33 FR 12408, Sept. 4, 1968, as amended at 45 FR 62413, Sept. 19, 1980]

§212.102   Authority to make determinations.

OPM determines finally whether a position is in the competitive service.

Subpart B [Reserved]

Subpart C—Competitive Status

§212.301   Competitive status defined.

In this chapter, competitive status means an individual's basic eligibility for noncompetitive assignment to a competitive position. Competitive status is acquired by completion of a probationary period under a career-conditional or career appointment, or under a career executive assignment in the former executive assignment system, following open competitive examination, or by statute, Executive order, or the Civil Service rules, without open competitive examination. An individual with competitive status may be, without open competitive examination, reinstated, transferred, promoted, reassigned, or demoted, subject to conditions prescribed by the Civil Service rules and regulations.

[33 FR 12408, Sept. 4, 1968, as amended at 57 FR 10123, Mar. 24, 1992]

Subpart D—Effect of Competitive Status on Position

§212.401   Effect of competitive status on position.

(a) An employee is in the competitive service when he has competitive status and is in a competitive position under a nontemporary appointment.

(b) An employee in the competitive service at the time his position is first listed under Schedule A, B, or C remains in the competitive service while he occupies that position.



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