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An agency must terminate a retention incentive service agreement if–
If an agency terminates a service agreement in cases in which (1) the employee’s movement to another position is by management action and not at the employee’s request or (2) the closure or relocation is cancelled or no longer affects the employee’s position, the employee is entitled to retain any retention incentive payments attributable to completed service and is entitled to receive any portion of a retention incentive payment owed by the agency for completed service.
If an agency terminates a service agreement when the employee’s movement to another position is at the employee’s request, the employee is entitled to retain retention incentive payments previously paid by the agency that are attributable to the completed portion of the service period. If the employee received retention incentive payments that are less than the amount that would be attributable to the completed portion of the service period, the agency is not obligated to pay the employee the amount attributable to completed service, unless the agency agreed to such payment under the terms of the retention incentive service agreement.
(See 5 CFR 575.315(g).)
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