FAIR Act Report - Office of Inspector General, National Labor Relations Board

* Activity codes are defined in OMB guidance. This list includes all activities performed by federal employees that could be outsourced to private firms, as reported by the agency. Activities that are considered "inherently governmental" are not included on the list. All positions are in Washington, D.C.
Organization Jobs Activity*
Personnel Branch:
Pers Opns -Emp&Pos Mgmt 1 B100
Pers Opns -Payroll/Pers Unit 8 C310
Employee Development 5 B200
Employee Relations 3 B400
Procurement & Facilities Branch:
Contract & Procurement 4 F200 & F000D
Warehouse Unit 4 S732
Facilities Unit-Space Mgmt 2 T804
Safety Unit 1 A300
Communications Unit 2 T809
Security Branch:
Personnel Security 2 S000D
Information Technology Branch:
Management Support 3 W000B
Information. Management Sect 7 W824
Information Infrastructure 6 W827
Information Systems Sect 9 W826
Customer Support 5 W825
Library & Administrative Services Branch:
Mail & Transportation Staff 1 S716
Mail & Transportation Staff 4 T820
Copy Center 2 T806
Library Sect 5 T820
Finance Branch:
Finance Branch 3 C300
Finance Branch 1 C301
Finance Branch 3 C302
Finance Branch 1 C304
Finance Branch 1 C305
Finance Branch 1 C307
Finance Branch 1 C308
Finance Branch 1 C310
Finance Branch 1 C401
Finance Branch 1 C402
Finance Branch 1 C000C
Total: 89
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