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Title 22 Part 909

Title 22 → Chapter IX → Part 909

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Title 22 Part 909

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Title 22Chapter IX → Part 909


Title 22: Foreign Relations


PART 909—DECISIONMAKING


Contents
§909.1   Basis.
§909.2   Board order.
§909.3   Board recommendation.
§909.4   Other decision.
§909.5   Time limits for compliance.
§909.6   Summaries of Board decisions.

Authority: Secs. 1106 and 1107, Foreign Service Act of 1980 (Pub. L. 96-465; 22 U.S.C. 4136 and 4137).

Source: 50 FR 31358, Aug. 2, 1985, unless otherwise noted.

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§909.1   Basis.

Decisions of the Board shall be based upon the record of proceedings, shall be in writing, shall include findings of fact, and shall include a statement of the reasons for the decision.

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§909.2   Board order.

Where the Board's decision imposes action on an Agency the decision shall be in the form of a remedial order addressed to the designated official of the Agency. A copy of the decision shall be supplied to each party.

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§909.3   Board recommendation.

Where the Board's decision is a recommendation, it shall be directed to the head of the Agency. A copy of the decision shall be supplied to each party.

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§909.4   Other decision.

Where the Board's decision requires no action by an Agency, the decision shall be forwarded to the grievant. A copy of the decision shall be supplied to each party.

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§909.5   Time limits for compliance.

Orders of the Board and recommendations which are not rejected in accordance with §908.2 of this chapter shall be complied with within any time limits for compliance established by the Board's decision, unless the Board extends the time limit on a showing of good cause.

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§909.6   Summaries of Board decisions.

The Board may, from time to time, issue such summaries and expurgated versions of its decisions as it may consider necessary to permit the Agencies, the exclusive representative organization(s), and the members of the Service to become aware of the general nature of the cases it has received and their manner of disposition, without invading the privacy of the grievants.

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