PRESIDENT CLINTON NAMES MARVIN E. JOHNSON AND JOHN G. WOFFORD TO THE FEDERAL SERVICE IMPASSES PANEL
October 1, 1999 · PR 114-99
Contact: Patty Reilly
PRESIDENT CLINTON NAMES
MARVIN E. JOHNSON AND JOHN G. WOFFORD
TO THE FEDERAL SERVICE IMPASSES PANEL
President Clinton has announced his intent to appoint Marvin E. Johnson and John G. Wofford as members of the Federal Service Impasses Panel ("Panel"), a component of the Federal Labor Relations Authority.
Mr. Johnson, a native of Rochester, New York, and a resident of Silver Spring, Maryland, is a mediator and arbitrator for public and private disputes. He is the founder of the Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution at Bowie State University where he currently serves as an Associate Professor and Director. An accomplished trainer in dispute resolution, he also lectures extensively on conflict management. Mr. Johnson's professional associations include memberships in the Industrial Relations Research Association, the Society of Federal Labor Relations Professionals, the Society of Professionals in Dispute Re