*BEGINNING JUNE 2019* - changes to electronically filed documents
Beginning approximately June 26, 2019, PERB’s rules will require all but five types of documents to be electronically filed.
When the proposed amendments to PERB’s administrative rules take effect on approximately June 26 2019, the rules will require parties to electronically file all but five types of documents in the applicable adjudicatory case file on PERB’s electronic document management system (EDMS). The five types of documents that parties will not electronically file are (1) collective bargaining agreements, (2) requests for mediation, (3) requests for arbitration, (4) eligible voter lists, and (5) showing of interest for certification, decertification, or intervention proceedings.
Starting approximately June 26, 2019, PERB’s rules will require parties to email copies of their collective bargaining agreements, requests for mediation, and requests for arbitration to firstname.lastname@example.org. Parties will continue to email voter lists to the agency for all elections as directed by the administrative law judge overseeing their election and showing of interest for certification, decertification, or intervention proceedings will continue to be submitted by ordinary mail or personal delivery as required by PERB subrule 621—4.3(2).