20 CFR 501.7 - Petition for reconsideration.

§ 501.7 Petition for reconsideration.
(a) Time for filing. The Appellant or the Director may file a petition for reconsideration of a decision or order issued by the Board within 30 days of the date of issuance, unless another time period is specified in the Board's order.
(b) Where to File. The petition must be filed with the Clerk. Copies will be sent by the Clerk to the Director, the Appellant and his or her Representative in the time period specified by the Board.
(c) Content of petition. The petition must be in writing. The petition must contain the docket number, specify the matters claimed to have been erroneously decided, provide a statement of the facts upon which the petitioner relies, and a discussion of applicable law. New evidence will not be considered by the Board in a petition for reconsideration.
(d) Panel. The panel of judges who heard and decided the appeal will rule on the petition for reconsideration. If any member of the original panel is unavailable, the Chief Judge may designate a new panel member. The decision or order of the Board will stand as final unless vacated or modified by the vote of at least two members of the reconsideration panel.
(e) Answer. Upon the filing of a petition for reconsideration, Appellant or the Director may file an answer to the petition within such time as fixed by the Board.
(f) Oral argument and decision on reconsideration. An oral argument may be allowed at the discretion of the Board upon application of the Appellant or Director or the Board may proceed to address the matter upon the papers filed. The Board shall grant or deny the petition for reconsideration and issue such orders as it deems appropriate.

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United States Code
U.S. Code: Title 5 - GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION AND EMPLOYEES

§ 8101 - Definitions

§ 8102 - Compensation for disability or death of employee

§ 8102a - Death gratuity for injuries incurred in connection with employee’s service with an Armed Force

§ 8103 - Medical services and initial medical and other benefits

§ 8104 - Vocational rehabilitation

§ 8105 - Total disability

§ 8106 - Partial disability

§ 8107 - Compensation schedule

§ 8108 - Reduction of compensation for subsequent injury to same member

§ 8109 - Beneficiaries of awards unpaid at death; order of precedence

§ 8110 - Augmented compensation for dependents

§ 8111 - Additional compensation for services of attendants or vocational rehabilitation

§ 8112 - Maximum and minimum monthly payments

§ 8113 - Increase or decrease of basic compensation

§ 8114 - Computation of pay

§ 8115 - Determination of wage-earning capacity

§ 8116 - Limitations on right to receive compensation

§ 8117 - Time of accrual of right

§ 8118 - Continuation of pay; election to use annual or sick leave

§ 8119 - Notice of injury or death

§ 8120 - Report of injury

§ 8121 - Claim

§ 8122 - Time for making claim

§ 8123 - Physical examinations

§ 8124 - Findings and award; hearings

§ 8125 - Misbehavior at proceedings

§ 8126 - Subpenas; oaths; examination of witnesses

§ 8127 - Representation; attorneys’ fees

§ 8128 - Review of award

§ 8129 - Recovery of overpayments

§ 8130 - Assignment of claim

§ 8131 - Subrogation of the United States

§ 8132 - Adjustment after recovery from a third person

§ 8133 - Compensation in case of death

§ 8134 - Funeral expenses; transportation of body

§ 8135 - Lump-sum payment

§ 8136 - Initial payments outside the United States

§ 8137 - Compensation for noncitizens and nonresidents

§ 8138 - Minimum limit modification for noncitizens and aliens

§ 8139 - Employees of the District of Columbia

§ 8140 - Members of the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps

§ 8141 - Civil Air Patrol volunteers

§ 8142 - Peace Corps volunteers

§ 8143 - Job Corps enrollees; volunteers in service to America

§ 8143a - Members of the National Teacher Corps

§ 8144 - Student-employees

§ 8145 - Administration

§ 8146 - Administration for the Panama Canal Commission and The Alaska Railroad

§ 8146a - Cost-of-living adjustment of compensation

§ 8147 - Employees’ Compensation Fund

§ 8148 - Forfeiture of benefits by convicted felons

§ 8149 - Regulations

§ 8150 - Effect on other statutes

§ 8151 - Civil service retention rights

§ 8152 - Annual report