Formal Resolution. (1) Any dispute, controversy or claim between or among the parties hereto that arises out of or relates to this Agreement or any Ancillary Agreement entered into pursuant hereto, and which otherwise has been unresolved by a coordinating committee pursuant to Section 11.d.i(1) or an audit committee pursuant to Section 11.d.i(2) shall be settled by arbitration. In order to initiate an arbitration, BCBSUW, UWS, MMC or Compcare (as the case may be) shall deliver a written notice of demand for arbitration to the other affected party(ies). Within thirty (30) days of the giving of such written notice, each party involved shall appoint an individual as arbitrator (the "Party Arbitrators"). Within thirty (30) days of their appointment, the Party Arbitrators shall collectively select one (or two if necessary to constitute an odd total number of arbitrators) additional arbitrator (together the "Panel Arbitrators") and shall give the parties involved notice of such choice.
Formal Resolution. Step One. The grievant and the Federation representative shall present the grievance within ten (10) contract days after the informal resolution meeting. Such grievance shall be in writing, dated, and signed by the grievant and the Federation representative and shall state the specific factual basis of the grievance, the specific provisions of this Agreement alleged to be violated, and the remedy sought. The grievance may be sent via certified U.S. mail, with the receipt signature and date indicating timely filing or by personally delivering it to the Executive Vice President for Instruction or designee who shall note receipt by countersigning and dating the original grievance. The Federation will concurrently provide a copy of the grievance to the Chief Human Resources Officer.