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Federal Service Impasses Panel
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Solicitor, Administrative Law Judges, IG & Others
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training & alternative dispute resolution
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Why file a representation petition?
What is an appropriate unit?
What are the purposes for which a representation petition may be filed?
Where should you file the petition?
What is a showing of interest and when is it required?
What is an adequate showing of interest?
Is it possible to narrow and resolve issues raised by a petition before a petition is filed?
What happens after a representation petition is filed?
Are meetings held to narrow and resolve issues after a petition is filed?