Title 5, United States Code, Government Organization and Employees

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552b Open meetings
41
Rule making
46
Adjudications
47
Ancillary matters 556 Hearings presiding employees powers and duties burden of proof evidence record as basis of decision
49
Initial decisions conclusiveness review by agency submissions by parties contents of decisions record
51
Imposition of sanctions determination of applications for licenses suspension revocation and expiration of licenses 569 Effect on other laws effect of ...
53
SUBCHAPTER IIINEGOTIATED RULEMAKING PROCEDURE 561 Purpose 562 Definitions
54
Determination of need for negotiated rulemaking committee 564 Publication of notice applications for membership on committees
56
Establishment of committee 566 Conduct of committee activity
57
Termination of committee
58
Encouraging negotiated rulemaking
59
Judicial review 570a Authorization of appropriations
60
SUBCHAPTER IVALTERNATIVE MEANS OF DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN THE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESS 571 Definitions
61
General authority 573 Neutrals
62
Confidentiality
64
Authorization of arbitration 576 Enforcement of arbitration agreements
65
Arbitrators 578 Authority of the arbitrator 579 Arbitration proceedings
66
Arbitration awards 581 Judicial review
67
Repealed 583 Support services 584 Authorization of appropriations
68
SUBCHAPTER VADMINISTRATIVE CONFERENCE OF THE UNITED STATES 591 Purpose 592 Definitions 593 Administrative Conference of t...
69
Powers and duties of the Conference
70
Organization of the Conference
71
Authorization of appropriations
73
Chapter 6The Analysis of Regulatory Functions 601 Definitions 602 Regulatory agenda 603 Initial regulatory flexibility analysis 604 Final regulator...
74
Avoidance of duplicative or unnecessary analyses
77
Effect on other law 607 Preparation of analyses 608 Procedure for waiver or delay of completion 609 Procedures for gathering comments
78
Periodic review of rules
80
Judicial review
81
Reports and intervention rights
82
Chapter 7Judicial Review 701 Application definitions 702 Right of review 703 Form and venue of proceeding 704 Actions reviewable 705 Relief pe...
83
Chapter 8Congressional Review of Agency Rulemaking
86
Congressional review
87
Congressional disapproval procedure
88
Special rule on statutory regulatory and judicial deadlines 804 Definitions
90
Judicial review 806 Applicability severability 807 Exemption for monetary policy 808 Effective date of certain rules
91
Chapter 9Executive Reorganization 901 Purpose 902 Definitions 903 Reorganization plans 904 Additional contents of reorganization plan
93
Limitation on powers 906 Effective date and publication of reorganization plans
96
Effect on other laws pending legal proceedings and unexpended appropriations
97
Rules of Senate and House of Representatives on reorganization plans 909 Terms of resolution 910 Introduction and reference of resolution 911 Disc...
98
Procedure after report or discharge of committee debate vote on final passage
99
PART IICIVIL SERVICE FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
101
PART IICIVIL SERVICE FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES Chapter 11Office of Personnel Management 1101 Office of Personnel Managem...
103
Administrative procedure
105
Chapter 12Merit Systems Protection Board Office of Special Counsel and Employee Right of Action subchapter imerit systems protection board 1201...
106
Transmittal of information to Congress
110
Annual report 1207 Repealed 1208 Repealed
111
SUBCHAPTER IIOFFICE OF SPECIAL COUNSEL 1211 Establishment 1212 Powers and functions of the Office of Special Counsel
112
Provisions relating to disclosures of violations of law gross mismanagement and certain other matters
114
Investigation of prohibited personnel practices corrective action 1215 Disciplinary action
121
Other matters within the jurisdiction of the Office of Special Counsel
122
Transmittal of information to Congress 1218 Annual report 1219 Public information
123
Individual right of action in certain reprisal cases
125
Availability of other remedies
127
Chapter 13Special Authority 1301 Rules 1302 Regulations 1303 Investigations reports 1304 Loyalty investigations reports revolving fund
128
Administrative law judges 1306 Oaths to witnesses
130
Minutes
131
Chapter 15Political Activity of Certain State and Local Employees 1501 Definitions 1502 Influencing elections taking part in political campaigns pro...
132
Orders withholding loans or grants limitations
133
Subpenas and depositions
134
Judicial review
135
PART IIIEMPLOYEES SUBPART AGENERAL PROVISIONS
137
Chapter 21Definitions 2101 Civil service armed forces uniformed services 2101a The Senior Executive Service 2102 The competitive service
139
The excepted service 2104 Officer 2105 Employee
140
Member of Congress
141
Congressional employee 2108 Veteran disabled veteran preference eligible
142
Air traffic controller Secretary
143
Chapter 23Merit System Principles 2301 Merit system principles 2302 Prohibited personnel practices 2303 Prohibited personnel practices in the Fede...
145
Coordination with certain other provisions of
151
Chapter 29Commissions Oaths Records and Reports subchapter icommissions oaths and records 2901 Commission of an officer 2902 Commission w...
153
Oath authority to administer 2904 Oath administered without fees 2905 Oath renewal 2906 Oath custody
154
SUBCHAPTER IIREPORTS 2951 Reports to the Office of Personnel Management 2952 Time of making annual reports
155
Reports to Congress on additional employee requirements 2954 Information to committees of Congress on request
156
SUBPART BEMPLOYMENT AND RETENTION Chapter 31Authority for Employment subchapter iemployment authorities 3101 General authority ...
157
Employment of personal assistants for handicapped employees including blind and deaf employees
158
Employment at seat of Government only for services rendered 3104 Employment of specially qualified scientific and professional personnel 3105 A...
159
Employment of attorneys restrictions 3107 Employment of publicity experts restrictions 3108 Employment of detective agencies restrictions 3109 E...
160
Employment of relatives restrictions
161
Acceptance of volunteer service
162
Disabled veterans noncompetitive appointment
163
Restriction on reemployment after conviction of certain crimes SUBCHAPTER IITHE SENIOR EXECUTIVE SERVICE 3131 The Senior Executive ...
164
Definitions and exclusions
165
Authorization of positions authority for appointment 3134 Limitations on noncareer and limited appointments
168
Regulations
169
SUBCHAPTER mTHE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION AND DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION SENIOR EXECUTIVE SER...
170
Limitation on
172
SUBCHAPTER IVTEMPORARY ORGANIZATIONS ESTABLISHED BY LAW OR EXECUTIVE ORDER 3161 Employment and compensation of ...
173
Chapter 33Examination Selection and Placement subchapter iexamination certification and appointment 3301 Civil service generally
176
Vacant office 3349 Reporting of vacancies 3349a Presidential inaugural transitions 3349b Holdover provisions relating to certain independent establi...
177
Competitive service rules 3303 Competitive service recommendations of Senators or Representatives 3304 Competitive service examinations
178
3304a Competitive service career appointment after 3 years temporary service
179
Competitive service examinations when held 3306 Repealed
180
Competitive service maximumage entrance requirements exceptions 3308 Competitive service examinations educational requirements prohibited exc...
181
Competitive service registers of eligibles 3314 Registers preference eligibles who resigned
182
Registers preference eligibles furloughed or separated 3315a Repealed 3316 Preference eligibles reinstatement 3317 Competitive service certification...
183
Excepted service government of the District of Columbia selection 3321 Competitive service probationary period 3322 Repealed
184
Automatic separations reappointment reemployment of annuitants 3324 Appointments to positions classified above GS15
186
Civil service employment information 3328 Selective Service registration 3329 Appointments of military reserve technicians to positions in the comp...
187
Governmentwide list of vacant positions 3330a Preference eligibles administrative redress
189
3330b Preference eligibles judicial redress 3330c Preference eligibles remedy
191
SUBCHAPTER IIOATH OF OFFICE 3331 Oath of office 3332 Officer affidavit no consideration paid for appointment 3333 Employee affidavit loy...
192
SUBCHAPTER IIIDETAILS VACANCIES AND APPOINTMENTS 3341 Details within Executive or military departments 3342 Repealed 3343 Det...
193
Details administrative law judges 3345 Acting officer
194
Preference eligibles transfer physical qualifications waiver
200
Preference in transfers for employees making certain disclosures SUBCHAPTER VPROMOTION 3361 Promotion competitive service examination 3...
202
SUBCHAPTER VIASSIGNMENTS TO AND FROM STATES 3371 Definitions
203
General provisions
204
Assignments of employees to State or local governments 2
208
Regulations
209
SUBCHAPTER VIIAIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS 3381 Training 3382 Involuntary separation for retirement
210
Determinations review procedures
211
Regulations 3385 Effect on other authority
212
SUBCHAPTER VIIIAPPOINTMENT REASSIGNMENT TRANSFER AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE SENIOR EXECUTIVE SERVICE 3391 Defini...
213
Career appointments 3393a Recertification
214
Noncareer and limited appointments
217
Reassignment and transfer within the Senior Executive Service 3396 Development for and within the Senior Executive Service
218
Regulations
220
Chapter 34PartTime Career Employment Opportunities 3401 Definitions 3402 Establishment of parttime career employment programs
221
1imitations 3404 Personnel ceilings 3405 Nonapplicability 3406 Regulations 3407 Repealed 3408 Employee organization representation
223
Chapter 35Retention Preference Restoration and Reemployment subchapter iretention preference 3501 Definitions application
224
Order of retention
225
Transfer of functions 3504 Preference eligibles retention physical qualifications waiver
227
SUBCHAPTER IIRESTORATION AFTER ACTIVE DUTY OR TRAINING DUTY 3551 Repealed
229
SUBCHAPTER IDREINSTATEMENT OR RESTORATION AFTER SUSPENSION OR REMOVAL FOR NATIONAL SECURITY 3571 Reinstateme...
230
SUBCHAPTER IVREEMPLOYMENT AFTER SERVICE WITH AN INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION 3581 Definitions 3582 Rights of transfer...
231
Computations 3584 Regulations
233
SUBCHAPTER VREMOVAL REINSTATEMENT AND GUARANTEED PLACEMENT IN THE SENIOR EXECUTIVE SERVICE 3591 Definitions ...
234
Reinstatement in the Senior Executive Service 3594 Guaranteed placement in other personnel systems
235
Reduction in force in the Senior Executive Service
236
3595a Furlough in the Senior Executive Service
237
Regulations
238
SUBCHAPTER VIREEMPLOYMENT FOLLOWING LIMITED APPOINTMENT IN THE FOREIGN SERVICE 3597 Reemployment following limi...
239
SUBPART CEMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE Chapter 41Training 4101 Definitions 4102 Exceptions Presidential authority 4103 Establishment of train...
241
Repealed 4107 Restriction on degree training
244
Employee agreements service after training 4109 Expenses of training
245
Expenses of attendance at meetings
246
Acceptance of contributions awards and other payments 4112 Absorption of costs within funds available 4113 Repealed 4114 Repealed 4115 Colle...
247
Regulations 4119 Training for employees under the Office of the Architect of the Capitol and the Botanic Garden
248
Chapter 43Performance Appraisal subchapter igeneral provisions 4301 Definitions 4302 Establishment of performance appraisal systems 4302a Repe...
250
Actions based on unacceptable performance
252
Responsibilities of the Office of Personnel Management 4305 Regulations
253
Definitions 4312 Senior Executive Service performance appraisal systems
254
Ratings for performance appraisals
255
Regulations
256
Chapter 45Incentive Awards subchapter iawards for superior accomplishments 4501 Definitions 4502 General provisions
257
Agency awards 4504 Presidential awards
258
Awards to former employees 4505a Performancebased cash awards 4506 Regulations
259
Awarding of ranks in the Senior Executive Service 4508 Limitation of awards during a Presidential election year
260
Prohibition of cash award to Executive Schedule officers
261
SUBCHAPTER IIAWARDS FOR COST SAVINGS DISCLOSURES 4511 Definition and general provisions 4512 Agency awards for cost savings dis...
262
SUBCHAPTER mAWARD TO LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGE CAPABILITIES 4521 Definition 4522 General pro...
263
Chapter 47Personnel Research Programs and Demonstration Projects 4701 Definitions 4702 Research programs 4703 Demonstration projects 4704 A...
264
Regulations
267
SUBPART DPAY AND ALLOWANCES Chapter 51Classification 5101 Purpose 5102 Definitions application 5103 Determination of applicability
269
Basis for grading positions
273
Standards for classification of positions
278
Basis for classifying positions
279
Classification of positions 5108 Classification of positions above GS15
280
General authority of the Office of Personnel Management 5113 Classification records 5114 Repealed 5115 Regulations
281
Chapter 53Pay Rates and Systems subchapter ipay comparability system 5301 Policy
282
Definitions
283
Annual adjustments to pay schedules
284
Localitybased comparability payments
285
5304a Authority to fix an alternative level of comparability payments 5305 Special pay authority
292
Pay fixed by administrative action
295
Limitation on certain payments
296
The Executive Schedule 5312 Positions at level I
298
Presidential authority to place positions at levels IV and V
310
Adjustments in rates of
314
SUBCHAPTER IIIGENERAL SCHEDULE PAY RATES 5331 Definitions application 5332 The General Schedule 5333 Minimum rate for new appo...
319
Periodic stepincreases
321
Additional stepincreases 5337 Repealed 5338 Regulations
322
SUBCHAPTER IVPREVAILING RATE SYSTEMS 5341 Policy 5342 Definitions application
323
Prevailing rate determinations wage schedules night differentials
324
Effective date of wage increase retroactive
327
Repealed 5346 Job grading system
328
Federal Prevailing Rate Advisory Committee
329
Crews of vessels 5349 Prevailing rate employees legislative judicial Bureau of Engraving and Printing and government of the District of Columbia
330
SUBCHAPTER VSTUDENTEMPLOYEES 5351 Definitions 5352 Stipends 5353 Quarters subsistence and laundry 5354 Effect of detail or affiliation...
331
Effect on other statutes 5356 Appropriations
332
SUBCHAPTER VIGRADE AND PAY RETENTION 5361 Definitions 5362 Grade retention following a change of positions or reclassification
333
Pay retention
334
Remedial actions 5365 Regulations
335
Appeals
336
SUBCHAPTER VIIMISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS 5371 Health care positions 5372 Administrative law judges
337
5372a Contract appeals board members 5372b Administrative appeals judges
338
Limitation on pay fixed by administrative action 5374 Miscellaneous positions in the executive branch 5375 Police force of the National Zoological ...
339
Pay for certain seniorlevel positions
340
Pay authority for critical positions
341
Ponce forces of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing and the United States Mint
342
Student loan repayments
343
SUBCHAPTER VIIIPAY FOR THE SENIOR EXECUTIVE SERVICE 5381 Definitions 5382 Establishment and adjustment of rates of pay for the Se...
346
Performance awards in the Senior Executive Service
347
Regulations
348
SUBCHAPTER DCSPECIAL OCCUPATIONAL PAY SYSTEMS 5391 Definitions 5392 Establishment of special occupational pay systems
349
Chapter 55Pay Administration subchapter igeneral provisions
350
Disposition of money accruing from lapsed salaries or unused appropriations for salaries 5502 Unauthorized office prohibition on use of funds
351
Recess appointments 5504 Biweekly pay periods computation of
352
Monthly pay periods computation of pay 5506 Computation of extra pay based on standard or daylight saving time 5507 Officer affidavit condition ...
353
Appropriations
354
SUBCHAPTER IIWITHHOLDING PAY 5511 Withholding pay employees removed for cause 5512 Withholding pay individuals in arrears 5513 Wi...
355
Crediting amounts received for jury or witness service
357
Withholding District of Columbia income taxes 5517 Withholding State income taxes
358
Deductions for State retirement systems National Guard employees 5519 Crediting amounts received for certain Reserve or National Guard service
359
Withholding of city or county income or employment taxes
360
5520a Garnishment of
361
SUBCHAPTER IIIADVANCEMENT ALLOTMENT AND ASSIGNMENT OF PAY 5521 Definitions 5522 Advance payments rates amounts recover...
364
Duration of payments rates active service period 5524 Review of accounts
365
5524a Advance payments for new appointees 5525 Allotment and assignment of pay 5526 Funds available on reimbursable basis
366
Regulations
367
SUBCHAPTER IVDUAL PAY AND DUAL EMPLOYMENT 5531 Definitions 5532 Employment of retired members of the uniformed services redu...
368
Dual employment and pay of Reserves and National Guardsmen 5534a Dual employment and pay during terminal leave from uniformed services 55...
370
Definitions
372
Overtime rates computation
373
Compensatory time off 5544 Wageboard overtime and Sunday rates computation
376
Night standby irregular and hazardous duty differential 5545a Availability pay for criminal investigators
379
5545b Pay for firefighters
382
Pay for Sunday and holiday work 5546a Differential pay for certain employees of the Federal Aviation Administra tion and the Department of Defen...
383
Limitation on premium
385
Regulations 5549 Effect on other statutes
386
Repealed 5550a Compensatory time off for religious observances
387
SUBCHAPTER VIPAYMENT FOR ACCUMULATED AND ACCRUED LEAVE 5551 Lumpsum payment for accumulated and accrued leave on sep...
388
Regulations
389
SUBCHAPTER VIIPAYMENTS TO MISSING EMPLOYEES 5561 Definitions
390
Pay and allowances continuance while in a missing status limitations 5563 Allotments continuance suspension initiation resumption or increase while ...
391
Travel and transportation dependents household and personal effects motor vehicles sale of bulky items claims for proceeds appropriation
392
Agency review 5566 Agency determinations
394
Settlement of accounts
395
Income tax deferment 5569 Benefits for captives
396
Compensation for disability or death
400
SUBCHAPTER VIIISETTLEMENT OF ACCOUNTS 5581 Definitions
401
Designation of beneficiary order of precedence 5583 Payment of money due settlement of accounts
402
Claims for overpayment of pay and allowances and of travel transportation and relocation expenses and allowances
403
55915594 Repealed
405
Severance
406
Back pay due to unjustified personnel action
409
Separation
411
Chapter 57Travel Transportation and Subsistence subchapter itravel and subsistence expenses nuleage allowances 5701 Definitions
414
Per diem employees traveling on official business
415
Travel and transportation expenses vacation leave
433
Transportation expenses prior return of family
434
Funds available 5731 Expenses limited to lowest firstclass rate 5732 General average contribution payment or reimbursement 5733 Expeditious trave...
435
Travel transportation and relocation expenses of employees transferring to the United States Postal Service 5736 Travel transportation and relocation ...
436
Authority for relocation expenses test programs
437
SUBCHAPTER IIITRANSPORTATION OF REMAINS DEPENDENTS AND EFFECTS 5741 General prohibition 5742 Transportation of remains de...
439
SUBCHAPTER IVMISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS 5751 Travel expenses of witnesses 5752 Travel expenses of Senior Executive Service candidat...
441
Retention allowances
442
Supervisory differentials
443
Home marketing incentive payment
444
Chapter 59Allowances subchapter iuniforms 5901 Uniform allowances 5902 Increase in maximum uniform allowance 5903 Regulations SUBCHAP...
445
Quarters and facilities employees in the United States
447
Quarters in Government owned or rented buildings employees in foreign countries 5913 Official residence expenses
448
SUBCHAPTER IIIOVERSEAS DIFFERENTIALS AND ALLOWANCES 5921 Definitions 5922 General provisions
449
Quarters allowances
450
Costofliving allowances
451
Post differentials 5926 Compensatory time off at certain posts in foreign areas
453
Advances of pay 5928 Danger pay allowance
454
SUBCHAPTER IVMISCELLANEOUS ALLOWANCES 5941 Allowances based on living costs and conditions of environment employees stationed ...
456
Notary public commission expenses
457
Membership fees expenses of attendance at meetings limitations 5947 Quarters subsistence and allowances for employees of the Corps of Engineers ...
458
SUBPART EATTENDANCE AND LEAVE Chapter 61Hours of Work subchapter igeneral provisions 6101 Basic 40hour workweek work schedules ...
463
Holidays
464
Holidays daily hourly and piecework basis employees 6105 Closing of Executive departments 6106 Time clocks restrictions
466
SUBCHAPTER IIFLEXIBLE AND COMPRESSED WORK SCHEDULES 6120 Purpose 6121 Definitions
467
Flexible schedules agencies authorized to use 6123 Flexible schedules computation of premium
468
Flexible schedules holidays 6125 Flexible schedules timerecording devices 6126 Flexible schedules credit hours accumulation and compensation
469
Compressed schedules agencies authorized to use 6128 Compressed schedules computation of premium
470
Administration of leave and retirement provisions 6130 Application of programs in the case of collective bargaining agreements 6131 Criteria and re...
471
Prohibition of coercion 6133 Regulations technical assistance program review
473
Chapter 63Leave subchapter iannual and sick leave 6301 Definitions 6302 General provisions
474
Annual leave accrual
477
accumulation
478
Home leave leave for Chiefs of Missions leave for crews of vessels
480
Annual leave refund of lumpsum payment recredit of annual leave
481
Sick leave accrual and accumulation
482
Transfers between positions under different leave systems 6309 Repealed 6310 Leave of absence aliens 6311 Regulations
483
SUBCHAPTER IIOTHER PAID LEAVE 6321 Absence of veterans to attend funeral services 6322 Leave for jury or witness service official duty stat...
485
Military leave Reserves and National Guardsmen
486
Absence of certain police and firemen 6325 Absence resulting from hostile action abroad
487
Absence in connection with funerals of immediate relatives in the Armed Forces 6327 Absence in connection with serving as a bonemarrow or organ...
488
Definitions 6332 General authority 6333 Receipt and use of transferred leave
489
Donations of leave 6335 Termination of medical emergency
490
Restoration of transferred leave
491
Accrual of leave
492
Prohibition of coercion 6339 Additional leave transfer programs
493
Inapplicability of certain provisions
494
SUBCHAPTER IVVOLUNTARY LEAVE BANK PROGRAM 6361 Definitions 6362 General authority 6363 Establishment of leave banks 6364 Esta...
495
Contributions of annual leave 6366 Eligibility for leave recipients
496
Receipt and use of leave from a leave bank
497
Termination of medical emergency 6369 Restoration of transferred leave 6370 Prohibition of coercion
498
Accrual of leave 6372 Additional leave bank programs 6373 Authority to participate in both programs
499
SUBCHAPTER VFAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE 6381 Definitions
501
Leave requirement
502
Certification
503
Employment and benefits protection 6385 Prohibition of coercion
504
Health insurance 6387 Regulations
505
SUBCHAPTER VILEAVE TRANSFER IN DISASTERS AND EMERGENCIES 6391 Authority for leave transfer program in disasters and emergenci...
506
SUBPART FLABORMANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYEE RELATIONS Chapter 71LaborManagement Relations subchapter igeneral provisions 7101...
507
application
508
Federal Labor Relations Authority
511
Powers and duties of the Authority
512
Management rights
514
SUBCHAPTER IIRIGHTS AND DUTIES OF AGENCIES AND LABOR ORGANIZATIONS 7111 Exclusive recognition of labor organizations
516
Determination of appropriate units for labor organization representation 7113 National consultation rights
518
Representation rights and duties
519
Allotments to representatives
520
Unfair labor practices
522
Duty to bargain in good faith compelling need duty to consult
523
Prevention of unfair labor practices
525
Negotiation impasses Federal Service Impasses Panel
527
Standards of conduct for labor organizations
528
SUBCHAPTER IIIGRIEVANCES APPEALS AND REVIEW 7121 Grievance procedures
530
Exceptions to arbitral awards
532
Judicial review enforcement
533
Official time
535
Chapter 73Suitability Security and Conduct
541
Political activity permitted employees residing in certain municipalities
547
Receipt and disposition of foreign gifts and decorations
553
Regulations
559
Actions covered
561
Cause and procedure 7514 Regulations
562
SUBCHAPTER mADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES 7521 Actions against administrative law judges
563
SUBCHAPTER IVNATIONAL SECURITY 7531 Definitions 7532 Suspension and removal
564
Effect on other statutes
565
SUBCHAPTER VSENIOR EXECUTIVE SERVICE 7541 Definitions 7542 Actions covered 7543 Cause and procedure
566
Services facilities and payment of committee member expenses
568
Chapter 79Services to Employees 7901 Health service programs 7902 Safety programs 7903 Protective clothing and equipment 7904 Employee assi...
576
Programs to encourage commuting by means other than singleoccupancy motor vehicles
577
SUBPART GINSURANCE AND ANNUITIES Chapter 81Compensation for Work Injuries subchapter igenerally 8101 Definitions
579
Compensation for disability or death of employee
583
Medical services and initial medical and other benefits 8104 Vocational rehabilitation 8105 Total disability 8106 Partial disability
585
Compensation schedule
586
Reduction of compensation for subsequent injury to same member 8109 Beneficiaries of awards unpaid at death order of precedence
587
Augmented compensation for dependents
588
Additional compensation for services of attendants or vocational rehabilitation 8112 Maximum and minimum monthly payments
589
Increase or decrease of basic compensation 8114 Computation of
590
Determination of wageearning capacity 8116 Limitations on right to receive compensation
592
Time of accrual of right 8118 Continuation of pay election to use annual or sick leave
593
Notice of injury or death 8120 Report of injury
594
Claim 8122 Time for making claim
595
Physical examinations 8124 Findings and award hearings
596
Misbehavior at proceedings 8126 Subpenas oaths examination of witnesses 8127 Representation attorneys fees 8128 Review of award
597
Recovery of overpayments 8130 Assignment of claim 8131 Subrogation of the United States
598
Compensation in case of death
599
Funeral expenses transportation of body 8135 Lumpsum payment
601
Initial payments outside the United States 8137 Compensation for noncitizens and nonresidents
602
Minimum limit modification for noncitizens and aliens 8139 Employees of the District of Columbia
603
Members of the Reserve Officers Training Corps 8141 Civil Air Patrol volunteers
604
Peace Corps volunteers
606
Job Corps enrollees volunteers in service to America 8143a Members of the National Teacher Corps 8144 Studentemployees 8145 Administration 81...
607
8146a Costofliving adjustment of compensation
608
Employees Compensation Fund
609
Forfeiture of benefits by convicted felons 8149 Regulations
610
Effect on other statutes 8151 Civil service retention rights 8152 Annual report
611
SUBCHAPTER IIEMPLOYEES OF NONAPPROPRIATED FUND INSTRUMENTALITIES 8171 Compensation for work injuries generally 8172 E...
612
Liability under this subchapter exclusive
613
SUBCHAPTER IDLAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS NOT EMPLOYED BY THE UNITED STATES 8191 Determination of eligibility 8192 Benefits
614
Administration
615
Chapter 83Retkement subchapter igeneral provisions 8301 Uniform retirement date
617
Definitions
618
Conviction of certain offenses
620
Absence from the United States to avoid prosecution
622
Refusal to testify 8315 Falsifying employment applications
623
Refund of contributions and deposits
624
Repayment of annuity or retired pay properly paid waiver 8318 Restoration of annuity or retired
625
Removal of members of the uniformed services from rolls restoration reappointment 8320 Offense or violation committed in compliance with orders...
626
Definitions
627
Creditable service
636
Eligibility for annuity
641
Deductions contributions and deposits
645
Mandatory separation
649
Immediate retirement
650
Disability retirement
658
Deferred retirement 8339 Computation of annuity
660
Costofliving adjustment of annuities
672
Survivor annuities
674
Lumpsum benefits designation of beneficiary order of precedence
679
Additional annuities voluntary contributions
682
8343a Alternative forms of annuities
683
Annuities and pay on reemployment
684
Payment of benefits commencement termination and waiver of annuity
688
Exemption from legal process recovery of payments 8347 Administration regulations
691
Civil Service Retirement and Disability Fund
695
Offset relating to certain benefits under the Social Security
700
Retirement counseling
702
Participation in the Tnrift Savings Plan Chapter 84Federal Employees Retirement System subchapter igeneral provisions 8401 Definitions 8402 Feder...
705
SUBCHAPTER VDISABILITY BENEFITS 8451 Disability retirement 8452 Computation of disability annuity
706
Relationship to the Social Security
713
SUBCHAPTER IIBASIC ANNUITY 8410 Eligibility for annuity
714
Creditable service
716
Immediate retirement
718
Deferred retirement
720
Early retirement
721
Computation of basic annuity
723
Survivor reduction for a current spouse
726
Survivor reduction for a former spouse 8418 Survivor elections deposit offsets
728
Survivor reductions computation
729
Insurable interest reductions 8420a Alternative forms of annuities
730
Annuity supplement 8421a Reductions on account of earnings from work performed while entitled to an annuity supplement
732
Deductions from pay contributions for military service 8423 Government contributions
738
Lumpsum benefits designation of beneficiary order of precedence
739
Mandatory separation
741
SUBCHAPTER IIITHRIFT SAVINGS PLAN 8431 Certain transfers to be treated as a separation
743
Contributions
744
8432a Payment of lost earnings
748
8432b Contributions of persons who perform military service
749
8432c Contributions of certain persons reemployed after service with international organizations
751
Benefits and election of benefits
752
methods of payment election purchase
755
Protections for spouses and former spouses
756
Administrative provisions 8437 Thrift Savings Fund
759
Investment of Thrift Savings Fund
760
Accounting and information
765
Tax treatment of the Thrift Savings Fund 8440a Justices and judges 8440b Bankruptcy judges and magistrates
768
8440c Claims Court judges
770
8440d Judges of the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claim 8440e Members of the uniformed services
771
SUBCHAPTER IVSURVIVOR ANNUITIES 8441 Definitions
774
Rights of a widow or widower
775
Rights of a child
779
Rights of a named individual with an insurable interest 8445 Rights of a former spouse
780
Application 8454 Medical examination 8455 Recovery restoration of earning capacity
786
Military reserve technicians
787
SUBCHAPTER VIGENERAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS 8461 Authority of the Office of Personnel Management
788
Costofliving adjustments
791
Rate of benefits
793
Commencement and termination of annuities of employees and Members 8464a Relationship between annuity and workers compensation 8465 Wai...
794
Application for benefits 8467 Court orders
795
Annuities and pay on reemployment
796
Withholding of State income taxes
798
Exemption from legal process recovery of payments
799
Definitions 8472 Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board
800
Employee Thrift Advisory Council
802
Executive Director
803
Investment policies 8476 Administrative provisions
804
Fiduciary responsibilities liability and penalties
805
Bonding
812
8478a Investigative authority 8479 Exculpatory provisions insurance
813
Chapter 86Unemployment Compensation subchapter iemployees generally 8501 Definitions 8502 Compensation under State agreement
820
Compensation absent State agreement 8504 Assignment of Federal service and wages
822
Payments to States
823
Dissemination of information 8507 False statements and misrepresentations
824
Regulations 8509 Federa1 Employees Compensation Account
825
SUBCHAPTER IIEXSERVICEMEN 8521 Definitions application 8522 Assignment of Federal service and wages
827
Dissemination of information 8524 Repealed 8525 Effect on other statutes
828
Chapter 87Life Insurance 8701 Definitions 8702 Automatic coverage 8703 Benefit certificate 8704 Group insurance amounts 8705 Death claims ord...
829
Termination of insurance assignment of ownership
833
Employee deductions withholding
835
Government contributions
836
Insurance policies
837
Reinsurance
838
Basic tables of premium rates
839
Annual accounting special contingency reserve
840
Jurisdiction of courts 8716 Regulations
850
Chapter 89Health Insurance 8901 Definitions 8902 Contracting authority 8902a Debarment and other sanctions
851
Health benefits plans
862
8903a Additional health benefits plans
863
8903b Authority to readmit an employee organization plan 8904 Types of benefits
864
Election of coverage
867
8905a Continued coverage
868
Contributions
875
8906a Temporary employees
876
Information to individuals eligible to enroll
877
Coverage of restored employees and survivor or disability annuitants 8909 Employees Health Benefits Fund
878
Studies reports and audits
879
Advisory committee 8912 Jurisdiction of courts 8913 Regulations
880
Effect of other statutes
881
Chapter 90LongTerm Care Insurance 9001 Definitions 9002 Availability of insurance 9003 Contracting authority 9004 Financing
882
Preemption 9006 Studies reports and audits 9007 Jurisdiction of courts 9008 Administrative functions
888
Cost accounting standards
889
SUBPART HACCESS TO CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORD INFORMATION Chapter 91Access to Criminal History Records for National Security an...
891
SUBPART IMISCELLANEOUS Chapter 95Personnel Flexibilities Relating to the Internal Revenue Service 9501 Internal Revenue Service personnel ...
895
Streamlined critical pay authority
896
Recruitment retention relocation incentives and relocation expenses 9505 Performance awards for senior executives 9506 Limited appointments to ca...
897
Streamlined demonstration project authority
898
General workforce performance management system
899
General workforce classification and
900
General workforce staffing
901

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