Chapter 21 - § 21.9 • ARBITRATION AND MEDIATION WITH THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND ITS AGENCIES

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§ 21.9 • ARBITRATION AND MEDIATION WITH THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND ITS AGENCIES

Arbitration and mediation with the federal government and its agencies is a topic too extensive to be covered in this chapter. However, it should be noted that after a long history of resistance to ADR, the federal departments and agencies, under pressure from Congress and presidents, are becoming more and more involved in ADR.

Some of the sources practitioners might review when considering the use of ADR in federal government disputes include:

• 5 U.S.C. § 571, et seq. Administrative Dispute Resolution Act. Authorizes use of binding arbitration.
• Department of Justice Order (DOJ) 1160, April 6, 1995. Establishes an ADR program in the Department. See also DOJ
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