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Title 22 Part 911

Title 22 → Chapter IX → Part 911

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Title 22 Part 911

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Title 22Chapter IX → Part 911


Title 22: Foreign Relations


PART 911—IMPLEMENTATION DISPUTES


Contents
§911.1   Definition.
§911.2   Filing complaint.
§911.3   Procedure.
§911.4   Effect of Board decision.
§911.5   Arbitrability of determination.
§911.6   Finality of choice.
§911.7   Review.

Authority: Sec. 1014 of the Foreign Service Act of 1980, Pub. L. 96-465 (22 U.S.C. 4114), as amended.

Source: 50 FR 31359, Aug. 2, 1985, unless otherwise noted.

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§911.1   Definition.

An implementation dispute is any dispute between the agency and the exclusive representative, as provided in regulations adopted as a result of collective bargaining between the agencies and the employee representatives. Such a dispute, also referred to as an institutional dispute, is one which directly concerns the rights and obligations of an agency and an exclusive representative toward each other or the rights or obligations between an agency and one or more employees as set forth in a collective bargaining agreement.

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§911.2   Filing complaint.

If the dispute is not satisfactorily resolved at the agency level, the moving party may file a complaint within 45 calendar days from the date of the response (or in any case must file within 90 days of filing the implementation dispute) with the Board in writing and with specificity as to the nature of the violation.

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§911.3   Procedure.

Implementation disputes shall be handled by the Board in accordance with the procedures set forth in parts 901-910 of this chapter.

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§911.4   Effect of Board decision.

The action of the Board shall be final and binding and shall be implemented by the parties, unless an exception is filed with the Foreign Service Labor Relations Board within 30 days after receipt of the Grievance Board action.

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§911.5   Arbitrability of determination.

Questions that cannot be resolved by the parties as to whether a complaint is subject to this procedure may be referred by either party to the Grievance Board for a threshold determination.

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§911.6   Finality of choice.

An alleged violation of an institutional right as reflected in a collective bargaining agreement may be filed under these procedures or as an unfair labor practice, but not both.

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§911.7   Review.

Resolution of disputes under this section shall not be subject to judicial review.

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