32 CFR 723.7 - Action by the Secretary.
(a) General. The record of proceedings, except in cases finalized by the Board under the authority delegated in § 723.6(e), and those denied by the Board without a hearing, will be forwarded to the Secretary who will direct such action as he or she determines to be appropriate, which may include the return of the record to the Board for further consideration. Those cases returned for further consideration shall be accompanied by a brief statement setting out the reasons for such action along with any specific instructions. If the Secretary's decision is to deny relief, such decision shall be in writing and, unless he or she expressly adopts in whole or in part the findings, conclusions and recommendations of the Board, or a minority report, shall include a brief statement of the grounds for denial. See § 723.3(e)(4).
(b) Military Whistleblower Protection Act. The Secretary will ensure that decisions in cases involving the Military Whistleblower Protection Act are issued 180 days after receipt of the case and will, unless the full relief requested is granted, inform applicants of their right to request review of the decision by the Secretary of Defense. Applicants will also be informed:
(2) That the request for review must be submitted within 90 days after receipt of the decision by the Secretary of the Navy.
(ii) A copy of the application to the Board and the final decision of the Secretary of the Navy; and
(iii) A statement of the specific reasons the applicant is not satisfied with the decision of the Secretary of the Navy.
(4) That the request must be based on the Board record; request for review based on factual allegations or evidence not previously presented to the Board will not be considered under this paragraph but may be the basis for reconsideration by the Board under § 723.9.
Title 32 published on 2014-07-01.
No entries appear in the Federal Register after this date, for 32 CFR Part 723.