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Title 5Chapter IISubchapter APart 1210


TITLE 5—Administrative Personnel

CHAPTER II—MERIT SYSTEMS PROTECTION BOARD

SUBCHAPTER A—ORGANIZATION AND PROCEDURES

PART 1210—PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES FOR AN APPEAL OF A REMOVAL OR TRANSFER OF A SENIOR EXECUTIVE SERVICE EMPLOYEE BY THE SECRETARY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS

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§1210.1
Authority to issue decisions under this part.
§1210.2
Definitions.
§1210.3
Application of practices and procedures to appeals filed under this part.
§1210.4
Waiver of MSPB regulations.
§1210.5
Determination of the Secretary effecting a removal or transfer; required notice of expedited procedures; initial disclosures.
§1210.6
Electronic filing procedures; expedited filing procedures.
§1210.7
Filing an appeal and a response to an appeal.
§1210.8
Stay requests.
§1210.9
Disclosures of information required with initial appeal.
§1210.10
Representatives.
§1210.11
Initial status conference; scheduling the hearing.
§1210.12
Discovery.
§1210.13
Deadlines for filing motions.
§1210.14
Sanctions for failure to meet deadlines.
§1210.15
Agency duty to assist in expedited review.
§1210.16
Intervenors and amici curiae.
§1210.17
Hearings.
§1210.18
Burden of proof, standard of review, and penalty.
§1210.19
Bench decisions.
§1210.20
Effective date of a decision issued by an administrative judge; continuing jurisdiction over certain ancillary matters.


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