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Federal Register / Vol. 64, No. 5 / Friday, January 8, 1999 / Notices

such disputes.

Either labor or management may unilaterally withdraw from negotiations over the application of this demonstration project to bargaining unit members at any time up until final agreement approval, without such action being considered an unfair labor practice under Section 7116 of title 5, United States Code for refusing to negotiate in good faith.

Written agreements addressing the initial implementation of the demonstration project to bargaining unit members are subject to higher-level review and approval within DoD prior to implementation.  This review is to ensure local agreements comply with the requirements of the demonstration project and any Service-wide implementing directives.  The decision of the higher-level review is not subject to third-party intervention or review.  Written agreements established under this paragraph shall be considered “local agreements subject to a national or controlling agreement at a higher level” as provided in 5 U.S.C. 7114(c)(4), and the approved demonstration project shall be considered a “national agreement” under that section.

Once a written agreement is reached and approved allowing for the local implementation of the project, all subsequent negotiations during the life of the project shall be subject to binding impasse procedures under Section 7119 of title 5, United States Code, or to alternative impasse procedures agreed to by the parties.

E.  Participating Organizations

The DoD Acquisition Workforce Personnel Demonstration Project will include various organizational elements of the Air Force, Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition and Technology).  Participating organizations are shown in Table 1.

TABLE 1- PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS

Air Force

Command

Organization/Office Symbol

Locations

AFMC

Air Force Flight Test Center (AFFTC)

Edwards AFB, CA.

AFMC

95 Air Base Wing

Edwards AFB, CA.

AFMC

412 Test Wing

Edwards AFB, CA.

AFMC

452, Det 2

Kirtland AFB, NM.

AFMC

Operating Locations

AFMC

412 TW, OL 00AB (EW)

AF Plant 04, TX.

AFMC

412 Log Gp, Det 00AA (LGLL-5C, LGLL-8, LGLL-10, LGLL-13, LGLL-16, LGLL-17

Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.

AFMC

412 Test Sq, Det 00AB (LGLL-5A)

Long Beach, CA.

AFMC

412 Test Sq, Det 00AB (LGLL-2)

AF Plant 04, TX.

AFMC

412 Log Spt Aq, Det 00AA (LLL-1, LGLL-11)

Seattle, WA.

AFMC

412 Test Sq, Det 00AE (LGLL-6, LGLL-6A)

Hurlburt Field, FL.

AFMC

412 Test Sq, Det 00AF (LGLL-9A)

Tinker AFB, OK.

AFMC

412 Test Sq, Det 00AI (LGLL-4)

Whiteman AFB, MO.

AFMC

Air Armament Center (AAC) (Except 96 ABW and 377th Wing (KAFB))

Eglin AFB, FL.

AFMC

Air Armament Center (AAC) (Only 46TG)

Holloman AFB, NM.

AFMC

Aeronautical Systems Center (ASC) (All except 88ABW, 74 MED GRP; includes 88 AABW/FMPM and PKW)

Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.

AFMC

Aeronautical Systems Center (ASC) (All except RA)

Palmdale AF Plan, CA.

AFMC

Aeronautical Systems Center (ASC)

Patuxent River, MD.

AFMC

Aeronautical Systems Center (ASC)

Arlington, VA.

AFMC

Headquarters, Air Force Materiel Command (HQ AFMC) Organizations included: Acquisition Directorate (HQ AFMC/AQ); Requirements Directorate (HQ AFMC/DR); Test and Operations Directorate (HQ AFMC/DO); Engineering Directorate (HQ AFMC/EN); Contracting Directorate (HQ AFMC/PK); Information and Communications Directorate (HQ AFMC/SC)

Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.

AFMC

Electronic Systems Center (ESC) All Acquisition and ABW. Note: Excludes Materiel Systems Group (MSG), Standard Systems Group (SSG), 38th Engineering Inst. Wing (EIW) and Cryptologic Systems Group (CPSG)

Hanscom AFB, MA.

AFMC

Space Missile Center (SMC) 61ABG, 61 CS, 61 MDS, 61 SFS, SMC/CC, BC, HO, IG, IN, JA, MQ, PA, AX, FM, PK, XR, AD, CI,

Los Angeles AFB, CA.

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