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Department of the Army, Army Corps of Engineers, Rock Island District, Rock Island, Illinois and Local 584, American Federation of Government Employees, AFL-CIO, Case No. 00 FSIP 143, December 22, 2000 (Release No. 437).

The AGENCY proposed that the parties "maintain the status quo, that is, 'arbitratior's fees and expenses shall be paid by the losing party.'"

The UNION proposed that:

The arbitrator's fees and expenses shall be paid by the losing party. In order to be considered the losing party for the purpose of billing, it is only necessary for the arbitrator's decision to be a preponderance in favor of the other party. Arbitrator's cost of living and travel expenses will not exceed maximum allowable under DOD (Civilian) Joint Travel Regulations for the area.

The PANEL ordered the parties to adopt the AGENCY's proposal.

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