Bureau of International Labor Affairs

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For further information, call the Administrative
Offi cer. Phone, 202–693–6234. Internet, http://
www.dol.gov/brb/welcome.html.
Employees’ Compensation Appeals
Board The Employees’ Compensation
Appeals Board (ECAB) is a three-member
quasi-judicial body appointed by the
Secretary and delegated exclusive
jurisdiction by Congress to hear and
make fi nal decisions on appeals fi led
by Federal workers arising under the
Federal Employees’ Compensation Act.
The Board was created by Reorganization
Plan No. 2 of 1946 (60 Stat. 1095). The
Board’s decisions are not reviewable and
are binding upon the Offi ce of Workers’
Compensation Programs (OWCP).
For further information, call the Administrative
Offi cer. Phone, 202–693–6234. Internet, http://
www.dol.gov/ecab/welcome.html.
Sources of Information
Contracts General inquiries may be
directed to the Procurement Services
Center, Room S–4307, 200 Constitution
Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20210.
Phone, 202–693–4570. Inquiries on
doing business with the Job Corps should
be directed to the Job Corps Regional
Director in the appropriate Department
of Labor regional offi ce. Internet, http://
www.dol.gov/oasam/boc/ops/index.htm.
Electronic Access Information
concerning Department of Labor
agencies, programs, and activities is
available online. Internet, http://www.
dol.gov.
Employment Detailed information
about job opportunities with the
Department of Labor, including the
address and telephone numbers of the
personnel offi ces in the regions and in
Washington, DC, is available online.
Internet, http://www.dol.gov/dol/jobs.
htm.
Inspector General Hotline The
Offi ce of the Inspector General works
to prevent and detect fraud, waste,
and abuse concerning DOL grants,
contracts, programs, and operations. It
addresses allegations of criminal activity
and serious misconduct involving DOL
employees. It also investigates allegations
of labor racketeering and organized
crime infl uence in the workplace.
Contact the Hotline by mail at Offi ce of
Inspector General, Department of Labor,
200 Constitution Avenue NW., Room
S–5506, Washington, DC 20210, or use
the online form. Phone, 202–693–6999
or 800–347–3756 (toll free). Fax,
202–693–7020. Email, hotline@oig.dol.
gov. Internet, http://www.oig.dol.gov/
hotlineform.htm.
Publications The Offi ce of Public Affairs
distributes fact sheets that describe the
activities of the major agencies within
the Department. Internet, http://www.dol.
gov/ebsa/publications/.
Reading Rooms General inquiries may
be directed to the Department of Labor
Library, Room N–2439, 200 Constitution
Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20210.
Phone, 202–219–6992. The Offi ce of
Labor-Management Standards maintains
a Public Disclosure Room at Room
N–5616, 200 Constitution Avenue NW.,
Washington, DC 20210. Reports fi led
under the Labor-Management Reporting
and Disclosure Act may be examined
there and purchased for 15 cents per
page. Reports also may be obtained by
calling the Public Disclosure Room at
202–219–7393, or by contacting a fi eld
offi ce.
For further information concerning the Department of Labor, contact the Offi ce of Public Affairs,
Department of Labor, Room S–1032, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20210. Phone,
202–693–4650. Internet, http://www.dol.gov.
Bureau of International Labor Affairs
Department of Labor, Washington, DC 20210
Phone, 202–693–4770. Internet, http://www.dol.gov/ilab.
Deputy Under Secretary CAROL PIER , Acting
Associate Deputy Undersecretary MARK MITTELHAUSER

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