An agency will take adverse, disciplinary, or other appropriate action against an operator or an incidental operator in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. Agency orders and directives will include the following reasons among those constituting sufficient cause for such action against an operator or an incidental operator:
(a) The employee is convicted of operating under the intoxicating influence of alcohol, narcotics, or pathogenic drugs.
(b) The employee is convicted of leaving the scene of an accident without making his or her identity known.
(c) The employee is not qualified to operate a Government-owned or -leased vehicle safely because of a physical or medical condition. In making such a determination, agencies should consult a Federal medical officer or other medical authority as appropriate.
(d) The employee's State license is revoked.
(e) The employee's State license is suspended. However, the agency may continue the employee in his or her position for operation of Government-owned or -leased motor vehicles on other than public highways for not to exceed 45 days from the date of suspension of the State license.
Title 5 published on 2013-01-01
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