5 CFR 335.101 - Effect of position change on status and tenure.

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§ 335.101 Effect of position change on status and tenure.
(a) Status. A position change authorized by § 335.102 does not change the competitive status of an employee.
(b) Tenure. Except as provided in paragraph (c) of this section and § 316.703 of this chapter, a position change authorized by § 335.102 does not change the tenure of an employee.
(c) Exceptions.
(1) A career-conditional employee who is promoted, demoted, or reassigned to a position paid under chapter 45 of title 39, United States Code, or required by law to be filled on a permanent basis becomes a career employee.
(2) A career employee who is promoted, demoted, or reassigned from a position paid under chapter 45 of title 39, United States Code, or required by law to be filled on a permanent basis to a position under the career-conditional employment system becomes a career-conditional employee unless he has completed the service requirement for career tenure.
[33 FR 12428, Sept. 4, 1968]

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