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Representing Yourself In order to effectively represent yourself, you should begin by: 1)  Reading the Consolidated Appeal/Dispute Form Instructions and filling out the Consolidated Appeal/Dispute Form Fillable.  For all forms, visit the Forms   page. 2)  Reviewing the Board Rules, especially Chapter 8.  You might ...
Forms PLEASE NOTE:  All forms must be used as is without editing or modifying.   To file an appeal or a petition for hearing, fill out the consolidated appeal/dispute form  following the instructions  for filling out the form.  The appeal form is fillable; use the tab button to move from one space to another ...
PERSONNEL BOARD IS LOCATED AT 1525 Sherman Street, 4th Floor, Denver, Colorado 80203.   Does my appeal have to be on a specific form?   Yes.  In accordance with Board Rule 8-38, the Consolidated Appeal/Dispute Form is required for all appeals and is available on the SPB and DPA websites as well as at the SPB offices at 1525 Sherman ...
  Appeal form – consolidated appeal/dispute form; Forms   Applicant – a person who applies for a job ...   Consolidated appeal/dispute form- appeal form; Forms   Continuance – the adjournment or postponement ... – summary or analysis of an Initial Decision of an Administrative Law Judge; Annotations   Appeal – what ...
Parties must attempt to resolve an appeal before the hearing commences, which may include settlement or another form of dispute resolution. If a party to an appeal makes such a request, the other party ... Settlement and Mediation Disputes should be resolved at the lowest level and as informally ...
About Us The State Personnel Board makes rules governing the state personnel system and hears appeals by applicants and employees in the state personnel system.  The Board's mission is: to resolve disputes involving state employees and agencies in a manner that is fair, efficient, ...
Appeals The State Personnel Board hears and decides appeals  of state employees. Appeals ... of appeals. All appeals must be filed within 10 days from the date of the action being appealed. The filing date of the appeal is the date it was postmarked, hand-delivered, or received by fax ...
Board Orders   Board Orders are final orders of the State Personnel Board following a Board meeting during which the cases from which the Board Orders emanated were reviewed by the Board.  The usual appeal of a Board Order is to the Colorado Court of Appeals.  Board Orders from the last 10 years ...
Initial Decisions Initial Decisions are final orders of an Administrative Law Judge following an evidentiary hearing.  If there is no appeal of an Initial Decision, the Initial Decision of the Administrative Law Judge itself is the final Board Order.  Initial Decisions of the Administrative Law Judges from ...
Contact Us The State Personnel Board may be contacted by mail, phone or fax. The office is  located at  1525 Sherman Street, 4th Floor, Denver, Colorado 80203, telephone 303- 866-3300, fax 303-866-5038.   If you wish to file an appeal, it may be sent by mail, hand-delivered or faxed (if the fax ...

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