7. The Parties agree that, if the complainant believes that the Agency has not complied with the terms of this Agreement, the procedures set out in Section 1614.504 of the C.F.R. shall apply. The complainant shall inform the Director of the Agency`s EOT in writing of the alleged non-compliance within 30 days of the date on which the complainant was or should have been aware of a breach of this agreement. The claimant may require that the terms of the settlement agreement be explicitly implemented or that the claim be reinstated for further processing after the points processing has stopped. The Agency resolves the matter and responds in writing to the complainant. If the Agency has not replied in writing to the complainant or if the complainant is not satisfied with the Agency`s attempt to resolve the case, the complainant may lodge an appeal with the Commission to determine whether the Agency has complied with the terms of the settlement agreement or the final decision. The complainant may lodge such an appeal with the Agency 35 days after the notification of the allegations of non-compliance, but must lodge an appeal within thirty days of receipt of an Agency`s decision. (c) before being established, the Commission may request the parties to provide any additional information or documents it deems necessary or may order that an investigation or hearing be conducted in this regard. If the Commission finds that the Agency is not complying with a settlement decision or agreement and that the non-compliance is not due to acts or practices on the part of the complainant, it may order such compliance with the decision or agreement of concord or order, in respect of a settlement agreement, that the complaint be taken up from the point for further processing. Allegations that subsequent acts of discrimination violate a settlement agreement are treated as separate complaints under sections 1614.106 and 1614.204 and not under this Section.

8. The applicant knowingly and voluntarily waives all the rights set out in the Age Discrimination in Employment Act 1967 (ADEA) relating to allegations of age discrimination in connection with the allegations of age discrimination referred to in the complainant`s complaint. Federal law provides that the complainant has 21 days from receipt of the agreement to review and review the agreement prior to signature. The complainant also understands that before signing and delivering this agreement, he can use as much of this 21-day period as he wishes. Federal law also provides that the complainant may revoke this agreement within seven (7) days of signing and delivery to the Agency. Federal law also requires us to advise the complainant to consult a lawyer before signing this agreement. After informing the complainant of these rights and renouncing these rights after consultation with his lawyer. (b) The Agency shall resolve the matter and respond in writing to the complainant. If the Agency has not replied in writing to the complainant or if the complainant is not satisfied with the Agency`s attempt to resolve the case, the complainant may lodge an appeal with the Commission to determine whether the Agency has complied with the terms of the settlement agreement or decision. . .

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