FLRA's Mainstreaming Collaborative Dispute Resolution Initiative a Semifinalist in the 1999 Innovations in American Government Awards Competition

 

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FEDERAL LABOR RELATIONS AUTHORITY · WASHINGTON, DC · 20424
April 26, 1999 · PR 106-99
Contact: Patty Reilly
202-482-6500

FLRA's Mainstreaming Collaborative Dispute Resolution Initiative a Semifinalist in the 1999 Innovations in American Government Awards Competition

The Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA) announced today that it is one of 99 semifinalists in the nationwide Innovations in American Government awards competition. This prestigious annual award, sponsored by the Ford Foundation, is administered by Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government in partnership with the Council for Excellence in Government. As a semifinalist, the FLRA joins a select group of just 23 other Federal agencies from across the country, drawn from a pool of more than 1,600 Federal, state, local, and tribal government applicants.

The FLRA's innovation - Mainstreaming Collaborative Dispute Resolution (or MDR) - encourages and assists disputing parties to