Federal Register / Vol. 64, No. 5 / Friday, January 8, 1999 / Notices
Part 316, Section 316.305: Eligibility for within-grade increases.
Part 332, Section 332.402: “Rule of three” will not be used in the demonstration project.
Part 332, Section 332.404: Order of selection is not limited to highest three eligibles.
Part 351,Sections 351.402 through 351.403: Competitive Area and Competitive Levels; Section 351.504(a)
Part 351, Section 351.701 (b) and (c): Assignment rights (bump and retreat): To the extent that the distinction between bump and retreat is eliminated and the placement of demonstration project employees is limited to one broadband level below the employee’s present level, except that a preference-eligible employee with a compensable service-connected disability of 30 percent or more may displace up to the two broadband levels below the employee’s present position (or the equivalent of five General Schedule grades) below the employee’s present level.
Part 410, Section 410.308(a).
Part 430, Subpart A and Subpart B: Performance management; performance appraisal.
Part 432, Sections 432.101, 432.102, 432.106 and 432.107: (only to the extent necessary to (1) substitute “broadband” for “grade” and (2) provide that moving to a lower broadband as a result of not receiving the full amount of a general pay increase because of inadequate contribution is not an action covered by the provisions of section 4303).
Part 432, Sections 432.103 through 432.105: Performance-based reduction-in-grade and removal actions.
Part 451, Sections 451.106(b) and 451.107(b): Awards.
Part 511, Subpart A; Subpart B; Subpart F, Sections 511.601 through 511.612: Classification within the General Schedule; and Subpart G: Effective Dates of Position Classification Actions or Decisions.
Part 530, Subpart C: Special salary rates.
Part 531, Subpart B, Subpart D, Subpart E: Determining rate of pay; within-grade increases and quality step increases.
Part 531, Subpart F: Locality Payments (only to the extent necessary to allow demonstration project employees to be treated as General Schedule employees and to allow basic rates of pay under the demonstration project to be treated as scheduled rates of basic pay).
Part 536, Grade and Pay Retention (only to the extent necessary to eliminate grade retention and to provide that, for the purposes of applying pay retention provisions: (1) demonstration project employees are to be treated as General Schedule employees; (2) “grade” is replaced by “broadband level”; and (3) pay retention provisions do not apply to conversions from General Schedule special rates to demonstration project pay, as long as total pay is not reduced).
Part 550, Sections 550.703: Severance Pay, definition of “reasonable offer” (by replacing “two grade or pay levels” with “one broadband level” and “grade or pay level” with “broadband level”) and 550.902: Hazard Pay, definition of “employee” (only to the extent necessary to allow demonstration project employees to be treated as General Schedule employees).
Part 575, Sections 575.102 (a)(1), 575.202 (a)(1), 575.302 (a)(1), and Subpart D: Recruitment and relocation bonuses, and retention allowances, and supervisory differentials (only to the extent necessary to allow employees and positions under the demonstration project to be treated as employees and positions under the General Schedule).
Part 591, Subpart B: Cost-of-Living Allowances and Post Differential-Nonforeign Areas. (This waiver applies only to the extent necessary to allow demonstration project employees to be treated as