5 CFR 2422.6 - How are parties notified of the filing of a petition?

§ 2422.6 How are parties notified of the filing of a petition?
(a) Notification to parties. After you file a petition the Regional Director will notify any labor organization, agency, or activity identified as being affected by issues raised by the petition, that a petition has been filed. The Regional Director will also make reasonable efforts to identify and notify any other party affected by the issues raised by the petition.
(b) Contents of the notification. The notification will inform the labor organization, agency, or activity of:
(1) Your name (the petitioner);
(2) The description of the unit(s) or employees affected by issues raised in the petition; and,
(3) A statement that all affected parties should advise the Regional Director in writing of their interest in the issues raised in the petition.

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