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Amendment from June 20, 2005
5 CFR--PART 2425
View Printed Federal Register page 77 FR 26434 in PDF format.
Amendment(s) published May 4, 2012, in 77 FR 26434
Effective Dates: June 4, 2012
13. Section 2425.4 is amended to revise paragraphs (a) introductory text, (a)(3), and (d) to read as follows:
§2425.4 Content and format of exceptions.
(a)What is required.You must date your exception, unless you file it electronically through use of the eFiling system on the FLRA's Web site atwww.flra.gov.Regardless of how you file your exception, you must ensure that it is self-contained and that it sets forth, in full, the following:
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(3) Legible copies of any documents (which you may upload as attachments if you file electronically through use of the FLRA's eFiling system) that you reference in the arguments discussed in paragraph (a)(2) of this section, and that the Authority cannot easily access (such as internal agency regulations or provisions of collective bargaining agreements);
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(d)Format.You may file your exception on an optional form that is available on the FLRA's Web site atwww.flra.gov,or in any other format that is consistent with paragraphs (a) and (c) of this section. You meet this requirement if you file your exception electronically through use of the FLRA's eFiling system on that Web site. Your failure to use, or properly fill out, an Authority-provided form will not, by itself, provide a basis for dismissing your exception.