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National Mediation Board announces new website

(Source: National Mediation Board press release, March 31, 2014)

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The National Mediation Board (NMB) is pleased to announce the launch of a new and improved website that will be implemented and available to the public no later than Tuesday, April 1, 2014. The NMB website (www.nmb.gov) has gotten a well needed overhaul with a state-of-the-art look and feel.

The NMB Lyceum Training Center has been merged into the new website, which will have improved functionality and be easier to navigate. Content, initially, will not be significantly different than previously, but the access and layout of it will be new. We view this move as a stepping stone to providing you more and better information about NMB responsibilities and services as well as its founding legislation, the Railway Labor Act. For a quick view of the structure of the new website, you may want to see the Site Plan and Inventory available via the Search & Tools navigation bar.

The NMB has been working on the development of this new website for quite some time now. We are optimistic that this new transition will be just as easy to navigate - navigating more efficiently.

In order to get the public well-adjusted to this new transition, please do not hesitate to contact Ms. April Dawson, the NMB Web Master. Ms. Dawson can be reached via email at webmaster@nmb.gov or by phone at 202-692-5049 regarding any questions you may have about the new website.

Tuesday, April 01, 2014

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