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14:0769(103)NG - Antilles Consolidated Education Association and Antilles Consolidated School System -- 1984 FLRAdec NG



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14:0769(103)NG
The decision of the Authority follows:


 14 FLRA No. 103
 
 ANTILLES CONSOLIDATED
 EDUCATION ASSOCIATION
 Union
 
 and
 
 ANTILLES CONSOLIDATED
 SCHOOL SYSTEM
 Activity
 
                                            Case No. O-NG-929
 
                   ORDER DISMISSING PETITION FOR REVIEW
 
    This matter is before the Authority on a petition for review of
 negotiability issues filed by the Union pursuant to section 7117(c)(2)
 of the Federal Service Labor-Management Relations Statute and section
 2424.1 of the Authority's Rules and Regulations.  For the reasons stated
 below, it has been determined that the Union's petition for review must
 be dismissed.
 
    By Authority letter dated December 12, 1983, the Union was informed
 that preliminary examination of the petition for review had disclosed a
 number of apparent deficiencies in meeting certain requirements of the
 Authority's rules of procedure.  The Authority was informally advised by
 the Union that it never received the Authority's December 12, 1983,
 letter and the Authority was unable to ascertain whether it was in fact
 delivered to the Union.  Accordingly, by letter dated March 26, 1984,
 the Authority advised the Union that it must provide an explicit
 statement of the meaning attributed to the disputed proposals and notify
 the Authority as to whether the negotiability issues are also involved
 in an unfair labor practice proceeding in order to comply with sections
 2424.4(a)(2), 2424.4(a)(4) and 2424.5 of the Authority's Rules and
 Regulations.
 
    The Union was also advised in the Authority's letter that further
 processing of the appeal was contingent upon compliance with the
 designated provisions of the Authority's Regulations.  In this regard,
 the Union was informed of the specific actions that had to be taken to
 comply and complete the appeal, and was afforded time in which to take
 those actions.  Finally, the Union was advised that failure to comply
 with the cited requirements within the time limit provided could result
 in dismissal of the appeal.
 
    The Union has made no submission within the time limit provided.
 Accordingly, the appeal is hereby dismissed for failure to comply with
 the Authority's Regulations.  For the Authority.  Issued, Washington,
 D.C., May 30, 1984
                                       Harold D. Kessler, Director, Case
                                       Management