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Title 5Chapter ISubchapter BPart 315Subpart G → §315.709


Title 5: Administrative Personnel
PART 315—CAREER AND CAREER-CONDITIONAL EMPLOYMENT
Subpart G—Conversion to Career or Career-Conditional Employment From Other Types of Employment


§315.709   Appointment for Persons With Disabilities.

(a) Coverage. An employee appointed under §213.3102(u) of this chapter may have his or her appointment converted to a career or career-conditional appointment when he or she:

(1) Completes 2 or more years of satisfactory service, without a break of more than 30 days, under a nontemporary appointment under §213.3102(u);

(2) Is recommended for such conversion by his or her supervisor;

(3) Meets all requirements and conditions governing career and career-conditional appointment except those requirements concerning competitive selection from a register and medical qualifications; and

(4) Is converted without a break in service of one workday.

(b) Tenure on conversion. An employee converted under paragraph (a) of this section becomes:

(1) A career-conditional employee, except as provided in paragraph (b)(2) of this section; or

(2) A career employee if he or she has completed 3 years of substantially continuous service in a temporary appointment under §213.3102(u) of this chapter, or has otherwise completed the service requirement for career tenure, or is excepted from it by §315.201(c).

(c) Acquisition of competitive status. A person whose employment is converted to career or career-conditional employment under this section acquires a competitive status automatically on conversion.

[71 FR 42245, July 26, 2006]

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