§ 1–531.01. Reimbursement for representation by Office of Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining.
(a) Any agency that is represented by the Office of Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining (“OLRCB”) in third-party cases, grievances, and dispute resolution shall pay the cost of representation established through an intradistrict agreement with the OLRCB.
(b) Beginning in Fiscal Year 2003, the OLRCB shall calculate and assess the costs for representing agencies under the direct personnel authority of the Mayor in third-party cases, grievances, and dispute resolution. The OLRCB shall negotiate the cost of representing an independent agency in third-party cases, grievances, and dispute resolution with the independent agency.
§ 1–531.02. Budget for Office of Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining.
Beginning with the proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2004, the Mayor shall provide in the budget funding for the Office of Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining (“OLRCB”) represented as a separate line or responsibility center. The Mayor shall include in the budget request submitted to the Council historical spending information for the OLRCB so that an accurate, complete comparison can be made of the fiscal costs for the OLRCB.
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D.C. Housing Authority, executive director, duties, see § 6-255.
Department of public health, director, see § 7-153.
Education Licensure Commission, personnel, appointment and compensation, see § 38-1305.
Election campaigns, conflict of interest, disclosure, see § 1-1106.02.
Equal opportunity employment, veterans’ preference, see § 1-607.03.
Health occupation boards, compensation of staff set by Mayor, see § 3-1204.07.
Licensure, non-health related occupations and professions, compensation of boards’ support personnel, see § 47-2853.10.
Management supervisory service, composition, see § 1-609.52.
Merit system, educational employees, coverage, see § 1-602.03.
Merit system, effective date provisions, see § 1-636.02.
Merit system, equal employment opportunity, physically handicapped and developmentally disabled persons, see § 1-607.02.
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