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Title 5Chapter XIVSubchapter CPart 2423Subpart A → §2423.3


Title 5: Administrative Personnel
PART 2423—UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICE PROCEEDINGS
Subpart A—Filing, Investigating, Resolving, and Acting on Charges


§2423.3   Who may file charges?

(a) Filing charges. Any person may charge an activity, agency, or labor organization with having engaged in, or engaging in, any unfair labor practice prohibited under 5 U.S.C. 7116.

(b) Charging Party. Charging Party means the individual, labor organization, activity, or agency filing an unfair labor practice charge with a Regional Director.

(c) Charged Party. Charged Party means the activity, agency, or labor organization charged with allegedly having engaged in, or engaging in, an unfair labor practice.



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