Foreign Service Grievance Board Regulations Law and Legal Definition

Foreign service grievance board regulations are a set of federal regulations formulated for the following purposes :

1. To determine jurisdiction in cases involving grievances and separation for cause proceedings;

2.To compile a record in such cases;

3.To conduct hearings in such cases, when required or deemed necessary; and

4.To decide such cases, or otherwise disposing of them, so as to ensure the fullest measure of due process for the members of the foreign service.

According to 22 CFR 903.1, grievances submitted to the foreign service grievance board should be in writing, explaining the nature of the grievance, and the remedy sought. It should also contain all the necessary documents furnished to the board for final review.