5 CFR 839.1302 - What types of decisions can I appeal?

§ 839.1302 What types of decisions can I appeal?

(a) You can appeal to the MSPB a decision that affects your rights and interests under this part, except an OPM decision under subpart L (see § 839.1303). Some examples of decisions are:

(1) Your employer's determination that your error is not subject to these rules;

(2) Your employer's determination that you are not eligible to elect retirement coverage under these rules; and

(3) OPM's denial of your request for a waiver of the time limit for making an election.

(b) You may not seek review of a decision under any employee grievance procedures, including those established by chapter 71 of title 5, United States Code, and 5 CFR part 771.

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