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Question: What is eFlex?
E-Flex is a program on which PERB’s e-filing system operates.
Yes, all documents in adjudicatory hearings must be electronically filed unless exempted by PERB subrule 621-16.4(2).
Question: How do I electronically file a document?
You must first request an eFlex account and have your eFlex account approved by PERB before you can file. The link to request an eFlex account, the information sheet regarding e-filing and helpful tips when e-filing ("cheat-sheet") can be found on the e-
When a user submits an electronic filing, the e-filing system will automatically generate a receipt of filing and send it to the user's provided e-mail address. Please note that receiving a notice of receipt does not mean the filing was accepted. Instead, once
The notice of rejection sent to the user will identify why the filing was rejected. Fix the noted error and resubmit your filing. If you are unclear or need additional assistance, contact us at 515-281-4414. Please note that rejected filings do not become a part of the case file. When the us
Requests for impasse services must be mailed or hand-delivered to PERB for filing. However, PERB annual reports and accompanying documents may be electronically filed using the agency's eFlex system.
We have a public access terminal for electronic filing located at PERB, 510 East 12th Street, Des Moines, Iowa, 50319. Please note this public access terminal is available only during PERB's business hours, Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m.
The statutory annual reporting requirements for certified employee organizations are set out in Iowa Code section 20.25 and PERB rule 621-8.2(20).