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Learn more here. This document has been published in the Federal Register. Use the PDF linked in the document sidebar for the official electronic format. Submit written comments on the collection of information to William D. Because of possible mail delays, respondents are encouraged to submit comments by email to mspb mspb. Please contact William D. The instructions at the beginning of the written appeal form have been streamlined and reorganized, with a focus on more clearly setting forth the Board's review authority; the option to file an appeal electronically; the time limits for filing an appeal; and where to file an appeal.
Part 2—Agency Personnel Action or Decision non-retirement : The introductory language to this section has been altered, reflecting the following change in the overall organization of the form: whereas the current version solicits information about non-retirement actions in this part and then subsequently cites to affirmative defenses to such actions and particular classes of such actions IRA, USERRA, and VEOA in two separate sections, the revised form addresses all non-retirement actions and associated claims in Part 2.
The present Part 4, which invites appellants to check boxes next to various affirmative defense claims, a frequent source of confusion, has been eliminated. Complete this part if you are appealing a Federal agency personnel action or decision other than a decision addressing your retirement rights or benefits.
An explanation of these three types of appeals is provided in Appendix A. Explain briefly why you think the agency was wrong in taking this action. In challenging such an action, you may choose to allege that the agency engaged in harmful procedural error, committed a prohibited practice, or engaged in one of the other claims listed in Appendix A.
Attach the agency's proposal letter, decision letter, and SF, if available. Attach additional sheets if necessary bearing in mind that there will be later opportunities to supplement your filings. As a result of this change, current boxes 13a, 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18 have been replaced with revised boxes 13, 14, 15, and Moreover, the language of current box 20 revised box 17 , has been changed to eliminate the request for information about the agency against which any negotiated grievance has been filed as this agency will almost certainly be the same as the one having taken the personnel action itself.
Current boxes 26 and 27, requesting information regarding if and when a final retirement decision has been received, have been consolidated into revised box Part 4—Designation of Representative: As previously noted, the current Part 4, soliciting information about affirmative defenses, has been eliminated.
The revised Part 4 replaces the current Part 6, with some slight changes in language. The revised Part 5 contains the appellant certification, presently included in Part 1 of the form, along with the Privacy Act Statement and Public Reporting Burden. Appendix A and B: As previously noted, Appendix A provides information regarding affirmative defenses and IRA, USERRA, and VEOA appeals, as well as the special time limits for filing such appeals, making this material available to those to whom it applies, while otherwise streamlining and simplifying the appeal form itself.
Appendix B provides full contact information for each of the Board's regional offices, together with their corresponding geographic areas. In accordance with the requirements of the Paperwork Reduction Act of , the MSPB is soliciting comments on the public reporting burden for this information collection. The public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to vary from 20 minutes to 4 hours, with an average of 60 minutes per response, including time for reviewing the form and instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering the data necessary, and completing and reviewing the collection of information.
Specifically, the MSPB invites comments on: 1 Whether the proposed collection of information is necessary for the proper performance of MSPB's functions, including whether the information will have practical utility; 2 the accuracy of the MSPB's estimate of burden of the proposed collection of information, including the validity of the methodology and assumptions used; 3 ways to enhance the quality, utility, and clarity of the information to be collected; and 4 ways to minimize the burden of the collection of information on respondents, including through the use of automated collection techniques, when appropriate, and other forms of information technology.
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It is the most convenient and surest way of interacting with MSPB and the Agency, allowing you to file your appeal up to the very last minute of the deadline with guaranteed and verifiable delivery and proper service. In our experience, it has been an expeditious and reliable system. Of course, you are not obligated to file using this system and could revert to the old method for now instead relying on the U. Post Office, still a reliable means of delivery. Our consultants can assist you in your filing by directly submitting your appeal and documents or walking you through the process via telephone or a combination of both. InformedFED provides expert administrative consulting and related transactional services to federal employees in all labor and employee relations matters.
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Appeals may be in any format, including letter form. All appeals must contain the following:. No other attachments should be included with the appeal , as the agency will be submitting the documents required by An appellant should not miss the deadline for filing merely because he or she does not currently have all of the documents specified in this section. An appellant may not raise a new claim or defense after that time, except for good cause shown. However, a claim or defense not included in the appeal may be excluded if a party shows that including it would result in undue prejudice. An appellant generally has a right to a hearing on the merits if the appeal has been timely filed and the Board has jurisdiction over the appeal.