5 CFR 839.221 - If my qualifying retirement coverage error was that I was put into FERS by mistake and then, after the error was discovered, I chose my current retirement coverage, can I now make another election?
No, OPM regulations allow certain employees who were put in FERS in error to choose between remaining in FERS or being covered under their automatic retirement coverage. (See § 846.204(b)(2) of this chapter). If you already had this opportunity to choose your retirement coverage; then you may not make an election of retirement coverage based on the same error under these rules.
Title 5 published on 13-Apr-2017 04:01
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 5 CFR Part 839 after this date.
- 5 CFR 839.511 — What Can I Elect Under the FERCCA if My Employer Put Me Into FERS by Mistake and Then I Was Not Allowed to Remain in FERS When the Error Was Discovered?
- 5 CFR 839.621 — Can I Cancel My FERS Election if I Was in the Wrong Retirement Plan at the Time I Elected FERS Coverage and I Have an Election Opportunity Under the FERCCA?
- 5 CFR 839.622 — Can I Cancel My FERS Election if My Qualifying Retirement Coverage Error Was Previously Corrected and I Now Have an Election Opportunity Under the FERCCA?