Individuals who are appointed to competitive positions under exchange agreements receive appointments related to their career or career, depending on whether they meet the 3-year service requirement for a career or are exempt from it in accordance with 5 CFR 315.201(c). Service beginning with the current permanent appointment of a person to the other benefit system relies on the 3-year service requirement for a career duration. Interchange agreements do not allow for temporary or temporary commitments. The Portability of Benefits for Nonappropriated Fund Employees Act 1990 (Pub. 101-508) allows the service to have a non-misappropriated fund instrument (NAFI) to determine the salaries and benefits of a NAFI Department of Defense (DOD) personnel member, who moves to a date as a dod official, and an NAFI Coast Guard officer on 1, 1987, but only if the worker changes from a length of service of more than 3 days. Public Law 104-106 (10 February 1996) also amended the Portability Act to allow certain pension benefits with working hours not exceeding one year. To be covered by those provisions, an appointment may be made on the basis of the current interchange agreement or other appointing authority. be currently in a position or have been involuntarily separated from a position covered by an exchange agreement (some agreements do not cover all positions in the other benefit system); AND This agreement includes employees assigned to the Office of the Inspector General (OIG). What is an Office of Personnel Management interchange agreement? An interchangeable agreement is an agreement between the Office of Human Resources Management and another (out of service) agency that sets out the conditions under which staff may be transferred from one system to another. Some of these agreements may be permanent and others may not; some apply only to employees in certain positions. This list is as per change. A complete list of organizations with interchange agreements and specific appointment conditions can be found at the following address: Exchange agreements provide for reciprocal movement.
This means that career and career-related employees are allowed to work in other benefit systems with which the U.S. Office of Personnel Management has entered into agreements under conditions similar to those in the previous section. A career- or career-related staff member who is not eligible for appointment under an exchange agreement may, under other appointment procedures of the other benefit system, be eligible for appointment. The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) provides the following list of major appointing agencies that can use agencies to make career and career appointments. OPM established this list to support federal personnel specialists. The list contains quotes about the applicable law. It also contains the conditions applicable to appointments under exchange agreements concluded between an agency and the OPM. OPM also provides an incomplete list of legal appointing authorities outside of Title 5, United States Code (5 U.S.C.) . . .