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Press Release

Thursday, January 9, 2020
Contact: OPM Office of Communications
Tel: (202) 606-2402

OPM Publishes CBA Database Online

WASHINGTON, DC - The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) announced the release of the collective bargaining agreements (CBA) database available on its website in accordance with President Trump’s Executive Order on Developing Efficient, Effective, and Cost Reducing Approaches to Federal Sector Collective Bargaining (EO 13836).

“This is database is about transparency in government,” said Director Dale Cabaniss. “OPM is committed to implementing President Trump’s workforce reforms so the American people can have a more effective and efficient government.”

Agencies will now be able to submit their CBAs and arbitration awards directly to OPM.  Agency labor relations staff or other appropriate personnel may register for an account and submit their reports through the CBA database’s Labor Relations Document Submission Portal. 

Public users to the CBA database will be able to sort and filter CBA entries by agency, union, or expiration date and run reports.  In addition, public users will be able to search the contents of CBAs in the database using key terms and phrases.

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The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is the leader in workforce management for the federal government. Our agency builds, strengthens, and serves a federal workforce of 2.2 million employees with programs like hiring assistance, healthcare and insurance, retirement benefits, and much more. We provide agencies with policies, guidance, and best practices for supporting federal workers, so they can best serve the American people.

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