Not all agency discretion over conditions of employment of unit employees is subject to bargaining. As the Authority noted in 55 FLRA No. 1, # 3,"[w]here law or applicable regulation vests an agency with sole and exclusive discretion over a matter, it would be contrary to law to require that discretion to be exercised through collective bargaining . . . ." For an example of a case in which FLRA found that the agency had sole and exclusive discretion, see 47 FLRA No. 84, aff'd AFGE, Local 3295 v. FLRA, 46 F.3d 73 (D.C. Cir 1/27/95). For a case where FLRA held that Congress did not intend the agency's pay setting authority to be sole and exclusive, see 50 FLRA No. 87, petition for review denied, 88 F3d 1279 (D.C. Cir 1996). The most important types of discretion reserved to management are management's § 7106(a) "management rights." However, there are several exceptions to those reserved rights, including those mentioned in § 7106(b).