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34:0664(113)NG - - VETERANS ADMINISTRATION, WASHINGTON, D.C.- - 1990 FLRAdec NG - - v34 p664



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34:0664(113)NG
The decision of the Authority follows:


34 FLRA NO. 113

VETERANS ADMINISTRATION, WASHINGTON, D.C. AND
VETERANS ADMINISTRATION MEDICAL CENTER
SALEM, VIRGINIA 1
(Respondents)

and

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
LOCAL 1739, AFL-CIO
(Charging Party/Union)

34-CA-80438

ORDER

January 30, 1990

This unfair labor practice case is before the Authority in
accordance with section 2429.1(a) of the Authority's Rules and
Regulations, based on a stipulation of facts by the parties, who
have agreed that no material issues of fact exist.

On March 14, 1989, the Respondents, Veterans Administration,
Washington, D.C. and Veterans Administration Medical Center,
Salem, Virginia, served a notification of compliance in this case
on the Charging Party, American Federation of Government
Employees, Local 1739, AFL - CIO and the Authority. In that
letter, the Respondents provided notice that they would furnish
the Charging Party with the names and home addresses of
bargaining unit employees.

By letter dated June 23, 1989, the Acting Executive Director
requested the parties to advise the Authority of the status of
this matter. The Respondents replied by letter of June 29,
1989, stating that the "last of the name and address lists" had
been provided to the Charging Party on April 18, 1989.

The Charging Party, now requests that the case be dismissed
as the Agency has provided the names and home addresses sought.

In accordance with the request of the Charging Party and
without objection, the complaint is dismissed.

For the Authority.

Alicia N. Columna, Director
Office of Case Control




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

Footnote 1 During the pendency of this case the Veterans 
Administration was reestablished as the Department of Veterans
Affairs.