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is needed from the complainant, r she shall have 60 days from the of receipt of the additional inforon to make his or her determinaon the appeal. The time limits cited in parahs (g) and (j) of this section may be nded with the permission of the stant Attorney General.
(1) The agency may delegate its authority for conducting complaint investigations to other Federal agencies, except that the authority for making the final determination may not be delegated to another agency. (51 FR 4577, Feb. 5, 1986, as amended at 51 FR 4577, Feb. 5, 1986)
CHAPTER XIV-FOREIGN SERVICE LABOR
SUBCHAPTER C-FOREIGN SERVICE LABOR RELATIONS BOARD AND ENERAL COUNSEL OF THE FEDERAL LABOR RELATIONS AUTHORITY
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conduct decisions and orders
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SUBCHAPTER D-FOREIGN SERVICE IMPASSE DISPUTES PANEL
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SUBCHAPTER B-GENERAL PROVISIONS
'ART 1411-AVAILABILITY OF OFFICIAL INFORMATION
which are received from any person or organization under $1411.4(a).
(b) Foreign Service Impass Disputes Panel. The Executive Director of the Federal Service Impasses Panel is delegated the exclusive authority to act upon all requests for information, documents and records which are received from any person or organization under $1411.4(b).
Purpose and scope. ! Delegation of authority. | Information policy.
Procedure for obtaining information. 5 Identification of information reuested. 3 Time limits for processing requests. 7 Appeal from denial of request. 3 Extension of time limits. 9 Effect of failure to meet time limits. 10 Fees. 11 Compliance with subpoenas. 12 Annual report. THORITY: 5 U.S.C. 552. \URCE: 46 FR 45854, Sept. 15, 1981, unless rwise noted.
11.1 Purpose and scope. his part contains the regulations of
Foreign Service Labor Relations urd (the Board), the General Counsel the Federal Labor Relations Author
(the General Counsel) and the Forin Service Impasse Disputes Panel e Panel) providing for public access
information from the Board, the neral Counsel or the Panel. These gulations implement the Freedom of formation Act, as amended, 5 U.S.C. ?, and the policy of the Board, the neral Counsel and the Panel to disminate information on matters of inrest to the public and to disclose to embers of the public on request such formation contained in records insoras is compatible with the discharge their responsibilities, consistent ith applicable law. 1411.2 Delegation of authority. (a) Foreign Service Labor Relations oard/General Counsel of the Federal abor Relations Authority. Regional Diectors of the Federal Labor Relations uthority, the Freedom of Information fficer of the Office of the General ounsel, Washington, DC, and the Soicitor of the Federal Labor Relations luthority are delegated the exclusive Luthority to act upon all requests for nformation, documents and records
81411.3 Information policy.
(a) Foreign Service Labor Relations Board/General Counsel of the Federal Labor Relations Authority. (1) It is the policy of the Foreign Service Labor Relations Board and the General Counsel of the Federal Labor Relations Authority to make available for public inspection and copying: (i) Final decisions and orders of the Board and administrative rulings of the General Counsel; (ii) statements of policy and interpretations which have been adopted by the Board or by the General Counsel and are not published in the FEDERAL REGISTER; and (iii) administrative staff manuals and instructions to staff that affect a member of the public (except those establishing internal operating rules, guidelines, and procedures for the investigation, trial, and settlement of cases). Any person may examine and copy items in paragraphs (a)(1) (i) through (iii) of this section at each regional office of the Authority and at the offices of the Authority and the General Counsel, respectively, in Washington, DC, under conditions prescribed by the Board and the General Counsel, respectively, and at reasonable times during normal working hours so long as it does not interfere with the efficient operations of the Authority, the Board and the General Counsel. To the extent required to prevent a clearly unwarranted invasion of personal privacy, identifying details may be deleted and, in each case, the justification for the deletion shall be fully explained in writing.
(2) It is the policy of the Board and the General Counsel to make promptly available for public inspection and