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Department of Veterans Affairs, Eisenhower VA Medical Center, Eastern Kansas Healthcare System, Leavenworth, Kansas and Local 1765, National Federation of Federal Employees, Federal District 1, IAM&AW, AFL-CIO, Case No, 99 FSIP 144, January 7, 2000 (Release No. 428).

The UNION proposed that an employee may request an onsite position audit "when there is a dispute on Job Classification."

The AGENCY proposed the following:

A position audit may be requested by an employee, through the supervisor, as specified in the NFFE Master Agreement. A position audit may be performed by different means, depending on the type of position to be audited. The employee may choose to be assisted or represented by the Union in the position audit process, and may use the VA appeals procedures, as outlined in the Master Agreement, if he/she is not satisfied with results.

The PANEL ordered the parties to withdraw their proposals.

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