USCS Government Organization & Employees Set: Title 5

Using the exact language of Congress, USCS gives you an annotated, comprehensive reference to all 50 U.S. Code titles, the Constitution and selected rules of federal courts and administrative agencies.
Publisher: Michie
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Using the exact language of Congress, USCS gives you an annotated, comprehensive reference to all 50 U.S. Code titles, the Constitution and selected rules of federal courts and administrative agencies.

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    Table of contents

    PART I—The Agencies Generally

    Chapter Beginning Section

    1. Organization

    3. Powers

    5. Administrative Procedure

    6. The Analysis of Regulatory Functions

    7. Judicial Review

    8. Congressional Review of Agency Rulemaking

    9. Executive Reorganization

    PART II—Civil Service Functions and Responsibilities

    11. Office of Personnel Management

    12. Merit Systems Protection Board, Office of Special Counsel, and Employee Right of Action

    13. Special Authority

    14. Agency Chief Human Capital officers

    15. Political Activity of Certain State and Local Employees

    PART III—Employees

    SUBPART A. General Provisions

    21. Definitions

    23. Merit System Principles

    29. Commissions, Oaths, Records, and Reports

    SUBPART B. Employment and Retention

    31. Authority for Employment

    33. Examination, Selection, and Placement

    34. Part–Time Career Employment Opportunities

    35. Retention Preference, Voluntary Separation Incentive Payments, Restoration, and Reemployment

    37. information Technology Exchange Program

    SUBPART C. Employee Performance
    41. Training

    43. Performance Appraisal

    45. Incentive Awards

    47. Personnel Research Programs and Demonstration Projects

    48. Agency Personnel Demonstration

    SUBPART D. Pay and Allowances

    51. Classification

    53. Pay Rates and Systems

    54. Human Capital Performance Fund

    55. Pay Administration

    57. Travel, Transportation, and Subsistence

    59. Allowances

    SUBPART E. Attendance and Leave

    61. Hours of Work

    63. Leave

    65. Telework

    SUBPART F. Labor–Management and Employee Relations

    71. Labor–Management Relations

    72. Antidiscrimination; Right to Petition Congress

    73. Suitability, Security, and Conduct

    75. Adverse Actions

    77. Appeals

    79. Services to Employees

    SUBPART G. Insurance and Annuities

    81. Compensation for Work Injuries

    83. Retirement

    84. Federal Employees’ Retirement System

    85. Unemployment Compensation

    87. Life Insurance

    89. Health Insurance

    89a. Enhanced Dental Benefits

    89b. Enhanced Vision Benefits

    90. Long–Term Care Insurance

    SUBPART H. Access to Criminal History Record Information

    91. Access to Criminal History Records for National Security and Other Purposes

    SUBPART I. Miscellaneous

    95. Personnel Flexibilities Relating to the Internal Revenue Service

    97. Department of Homeland Security

    98. National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    99. Department of Defense Personnel Authorities

    101. Federal Emergency Management Agency Personnel

    102. United States Secret Service Uniformed Division Personnel

    SUBPART J. Enhance Personal Security Programs
    111. Enhanced Personnel Security Programs

    Federal Advisory Committee Act

    Inspector General Act of 1978

    Ethics in Government Act of 1978