A comprehensive, easy-to-use, online resource for viewing all NATCA bargaining unit contracts and MOUs.
- Grievance Automated Tracking System (GATS)
- GATS User Guide
- GATS Training Presentation
- GATS Step-by-Step Instructions
- Grievance Writing Guidance
- Grievance Checklist
Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA)
The FLRA is an independent administrative federal agency that was created by Title VII of the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 (also known as the Federal Service Labor-Management Relations Statute) (the Statute). The Statute allows certain non-postal federal employees to organize, bargain collectively, and to participate through labor organizations of their choice in decisions affecting their working lives. The primary statutory responsibilities of the FLRA include resolving complaints of unfair labor practices, determining the appropriateness of units for labor organization representation, adjudicating exceptions to arbitrator’s awards, adjudicating legal issues relating to duty to bargain/negotiability, and resolving impasses during negotiations.
United States Office of Special Counsel (OSC)
Merit System Protection Board (MSPB)
The Merit Systems Protection Board is an independent, quasi-judicial agency in the Executive branch that serves as the guardian of Federal merit systems. The Board was established by Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1978, which was codified by the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 (CSRA), Public Law No. 95-454. The CSRA, which became effective January 11, 1979, replaced the Civil Service Commission with three new independent agencies: Office of Personnel Management (OPM), which manages the Federal work force; Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA), which oversees Federal labor-management relations; and, the Board.
Drug and Alcohol Testing
Air Safety Investigations
What To Expect During NTSB Investigations
A quick reference guide for Facility Representatives and their designees.