5 CFR 839.411 - What can I elect if I was put in FERS by mistake?

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§ 839.411 What can I elect if I was put in FERS by mistake?
If you were placed in FERS due to a qualifying retirement coverage error and you should have been in CSRS, you may elect FERS or CSRS. If you were placed in FERS due to a qualifying retirement coverage error and you should have been in CSRS Offset, you may elect FERS or CSRS Offset. If you were placed in FERS due to a qualifying retirement coverage error and you should have been in Social Security-Only, you may elect FERS or Social Security-Only. This is summarized in the following chart:
You are in: And you belong in: You may elect:
FERS CSRS FERS or CSRS.
FERS CSRS Offset FERS or CSRS Offset.
FERS Social Security-Only FERS or Social Security-Only.

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