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Title 5Chapter ISubchapter BPart 315 → Subpart E


Title 5: Administrative Personnel
PART 315—CAREER AND CAREER-CONDITIONAL EMPLOYMENT


Subpart E—Career or Career-Conditional Employment by Transfer


Contents
§315.501   Transfer.
§315.502   Tenure on transfer.
§315.503   Acquisition of competitive status.

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§315.501   Transfer.

Subject to part 335 of this chapter, an agency may appoint by transfer to a competitive service position, without a break in service of a single workday, a current career or career-conditional employee of another agency.

[60 FR 53504, Oct. 16, 1995]

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§315.502   Tenure on transfer.

(a) General rule. Except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section, a career employee who transfers remains a career employee and a career-conditional employee who transfers remains a career-conditional employee.

(b) Exceptions. (1) A career-conditional employee who transfers to a position required by law to be filled on a permanent basis becomes a career employee.

(2) A career employee who transfers from a position required by law to be filled on a permanent basis becomes a career-conditional employee unless he or she has completed the service requirement for career tenure.

[60 FR 53504, Oct. 16, 1995]

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§315.503   Acquisition of competitive status.

An employee who was serving probation when he was appointed under §315.501 acquires a competitive status automatically on completion of probation.

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