The Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA) is currently closed due to a lapse in appropriations. FLRA offices, including the Authority’s Office of Case Intake and Publication, the Office of Administrative Law Judges, the Federal Service Impasses Panel, and all Office of the General Counsel Regional Offices, are not accepting filings, and no FLRA personnel are available for that purpose, except as provided below in Section 1.  Read the full announcement here.

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Can I file documents by fax?

Certain types of documents can be filed with the Authority by fax. Motions; information pertaining to prehearing disclosure, conferences, orders, or hearing dates, times, and locations; information pertaining to subpoenas; and other similar matters may be filed by fax provided that the entire filing does not exceed 10 pages in total length with normal margins and font sizes.

If you wish to file a document by fax but are not sure whether the document meets the above definition, then contact the Office of Case Intake and Publication for assistance.