Answered By: Kate Britt
Last Updated: Mar 06, 2022     Views: 9

The Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA) is an independent agency of the United States government that governs labor relations between the federal government and its employees (as opposed to the National Labor Relations Board, which governs private-sector labor relations).

The complete (1979-present) Decisions of the Federal Labor Relations Authority is available both online ( and in print (Smith KF 5365 .A554x).

The FLRA was established in 1979, as the successor to the Federal Labor Relations Council. A history of the FLRC and FLRA can be read here. FLRC decisions can be found in the following resources:

See our Treatise Finder page on Employment & Labor Law for more resources.

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