(b) Each agency must uniformly and consistently apply its CTAP and these regulations to all surplus and displaced employees.
(c) In addition to a description of the agency's selection priority policies required by § 330.604, a CTAP must describe the agency's policies with regard to how it will provide career transition services to all its surplus and displacedagency employees, including excepted service and Senior Executive Service employees. The plan must describe:
(1) The types of career transition services the agency will provide;
(2) Policies on employees' and former employees' use of transition services and facilities, including:
(i) Excused absences for transition-related activities;
(ii) Access to services or facilities after separation;
(iii) Orientation sessions on career transition services and information as described in § 330.608(a) and (b), respectively;
(iv) Retraining policies;
(v) Access to agency CTAP services and resources by all employees, including those with disabilities, those in field offices, and those in remote sites;
(vi) Access to other Federal, State, and local resources available to support career transition for employees with disabilities; and
(vii) Availability of employee assistance programs and services.
(d) An agency's CTAP must also describe the agency's policies and procedures for its Reemployment Priority List established under subpart B of this part and the Interagency Career Transition Placement Plan established under subpart G of this part.
This is a list of United States Code sections, Statutes at Large, Public Laws, and Presidential Documents, which provide rulemaking authority for this CFR Part.