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EPA Wants New Labor, Employee Relations IT Platform

virtual trainingThe Environmental Protection Agency seeks to implement a new technology platform for managing labor relations and employment records of current and former agency employees.

EPA aims for the Labor and Employee Relations Information System to comply with privacy law and to help human resources personnel access LER case files across the agency, EPA said Nov. 4 in a Federal Register notice.

The agency’s LERIS will be maintained at a Xiolink data center in St. Louis and be accessible through a protected web portal, according to EPA.

LERIS is meant to store data regarding administrative grievances, union information requests and unfair labor practices, employee discplinary actions, performance-based actions and merit system protection board rulings.

Comments on the proposed EPA records management system are due by Dec. 15.

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