OLPAOffice of Legislative Policy and Analysis
FAQs | Site Map | Links | Home
May 26, 2016
skip navigation

  arrow Bill Tracking

  (spacer) Legislative Updates

  (spacer) Public Laws

  (spacer) Hearings

  (spacer) Committees of
   (spacer) Interest to NIH

  (spacer) OLPA

margin frame

Bill TrackingBill Tracking

House Bills - 108th Congress

Session I | arrow indicating current pageSession II

H.R. 5276—The Disabled Federal Employees Protection Act

On October 7, 2004, Representative Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) introduced H.R. 5276, the Disabled Federal Employees Protection Act. The text of the bill is not available; however, Representative Van Hollenís introductory remarks in the Congressional Record state that the purpose of the bill is to protect the jobs of Federal employees hired under a program designed for individuals with significant physical or developmental disabilities from losing their jobs as the result of losing an A-76 competition. The bill was referred to the House Committee on Government Reform.

Legislative Update (December 2004): A-76/Competitive Sourcing Legislation



Privacy | Accessibility | Disclaimer    

National Institutes of Health Department of Health and Human Services USA.gov - Government Made Easy