At this time FLRA remains fully operational. Effective Friday July 31, 2020, the agency now extends the prohibition on in-person filings indefinitely.  

See details: here.

FLRA.gov

U.S. Federal Labor Relations Authority

Search form

33:0847(107)AR - - Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons, Metropolitan Correctional Center of Chicago and AFGE Local 3652 - - 1989 FLRAdec AR - - v33 p847



[ v33 p847 ]
33:0847(107)AR
The decision of the Authority follows:


33 FLRA No. 107

FEDERAL LABOR RELATIONS AUTHORITY

WASHINGTON, D.C.

 

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS

METROPOLITAN CORRECTIONAL CENTER OF CHICAGO

and

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES

AFL-CIO

LOCAL 3652

0-AR-1663

 

ORDER

February 15, 1989

On January 26, 1989, the Authority issued an Order granting the American Federation of Government Employees, AFL-CIO, Local 3652 (Union) an opportunity to correct deficiencies in its exceptions to the award of Arbitrator Paul B. Grant in the above-referenced case.

The Authority's Order stated that the Union's submission must be filed by February 2, 1989, and that failure to comply with the Order may result in dismissal of the Union's exceptions.

The Union has failed to respond to the Authority's Order of January 26, 1989. Accordingly, the Union's exceptions to the arbitration award are dismissed.

For the Authority.

___________________________
Clyde B. Blandford, Jr.
Acting Executive Director




FOOTNOTES:
(If blank, the decision does not have footnotes.)