(a) Definition. An ineligible is an employee who, on first occupying a position under a retirement system, is not eligible for membership in that system because of a personal disqualification like age, physical condition, or length of service.
(b) Coverage of ineligible employees. A State may, in its agreement or any modification to the agreement, provide coverage for the services of ineligible employees in one of three ways:
(1) As part of or as an addition to an absolute coverage group;
(2) As part of a retirement system coverage group covering all positions under the retirement system; or
(3) As part of or as an addition to a retirement system coverage group composed of those members in positions in a retirement system who chose coverage.
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