|Citation Number||Issuance Number||Issuance Date||Case Number||Arbitrator|
|61 FLRA 485||92||February 3, 2006||WP-RP-04-0067, WP-RP-04-0100, WP-RP-04-0101, WP-RP-04-0018|
United States, Department of Homeland Security, Bureau of Customs and Border Protection (Petitioner/Activity) and American Federation of Government Employees, AFL-CIO (Petitioner/Labor Organization) and National Association of Agriculture Employees (Petitioner/Labor Organization) and National Treasury Employees Union (Petitioner/Labor Organization) and American Federation of Government Employees, National Border Patrol Council, AFL-CIO (Labor Organization/Interested Party) and National Association of Plant Protection and Quarantine Office Support Employees (Labor Organization/Interested Party)
|48 FLRA 1389||145||January 12, 1994||WA-UC-20875|
48:1390(145)UC - - DOD, Stateside Dependents Schools & Overseas Education Association and Antilles Consolidated Education Association - - 1994 FLRAdec UC - - v48 p1390
|49 FLRA 393||33||March 7, 1994||WA-UC-20875|
49:0393(33)UC - - DOD, Stateside Dependents Schools and OEA and Antilles Consolidated Education Association - - 1994 FLRAdec RP - - v49 p393
As of March 2013, the Denver Regional Office has moved. Our new address is 1244 Speer Boulevard, Suite 446, Denver, CO 80204. Our telephone and fax numbers remain the same: Tel. 303-844-5224 Fax: 303-844-2774.
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