Bloomberg Law
Feb. 14, 2018, 3:54 PM

Federal Labor Agency Will Close Two Regional Offices

Louis C. LaBrecque
Louis C. LaBrecque

The Federal Labor Relations Authority voted to close its regional offices in Boston and Dallas, the FLRA said in a congressional budget justification released late Feb. 13.

This will leave five regional offices, in Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, San Francisco, and Washington, the agency said.

The closing of the offices could affect the FLRA’s operations, one observer said.

“The regional offices of the FLRA serve as gateways to the agency and are its primary resource points for federal agencies and unions,” Todd Dickey, a visiting scholar at George Washington University’s School of Business who researches federal labor relations and HR issues, ...

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