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27:0361(48)CU - GSA Region 2 and IBPO Local 529 (NAGE) and police Benevolent Ass'n-Federal Protection Service, Region 2 -- 1987 FLRAdec RP



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27:0361(48)CU
The decision of the Authority follows:


 27 FLRA No. 48
 
 GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION, 
 REGION 2
 Activity
 
 and
 
 INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF 
 POLICE OFFICERS, LOCAL 529 (NAGE)
 Petitioner
 
 and
 
 POLICE BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION-
 FEDERAL PROTECTION SERVICE, REGION 2
 Intervenor
 
                                            Case No. 1-CU-60004
                                                     1-AC-60002
 
                   ORDER DENYING APPLICATION FOR REVIEW
 
    On April 20, 1987, the Police Benevolent Association-Federal
 Protection Service, Region 2, the Intervenor, filed a timely application
 for review pursuant to section 2422.17(a) of the Authority's Rules and
 Regulations, seeking to set aside the Regional Director's Decision and
 Order in the above-named case.  In its application for review, the
 Intervenor contends that compelling reasons exist within the meaning of
 section 2422.17(c) of the Authority's Rules and Regulations for granting
 the application.  Specifically, it contends that the Regional Director's
 conclusions on substantial factual issues were clearly erroneous and
 prejudically affected the Intervenor's rights.
 
    Upon consideration of the Intervenor's application for review, we
 conclude that no compelling reasons exist for granting the application.
 Rather, the application expresses mere disagreement with the Regional
 Director's findings, which are based on record evidence and have not
 been shown to be clearly erroneous or to have prejudicially affected the
 rights of any party.
 
    Accordingly, pursuant to section 2422.17(f)(3) of the Authority's
 Rules and Regulations, the Intervenor's application for review of the
 Regional Director's Decision and Order is denied.
 
    Issued, Washington, D.C., May 29, 1987.
                                       /s/ Jerry L. Calhoun, Chairman
                                       /s/ Henry B. Frazier III, Member
                                       /s/ Jean McKee, Member
                                       FEDERAL LABOR RELATIONS AUTHORITY