Latest American Federation of Government Employees Stories
Employees to protest whistle-blower retaliation and severe understaffing LONG BEACH, Calif., March 24, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Federal employees will hold a demonstration at
Incident proves need for enhanced law enforcement presence at airports, AFGE president says WASHINGTON, March 21, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In response to the machete attack
VANCOUVER, Wash., Feb.
New career path will enable agents to earn salaries reflecting their duties, responsibilities WASHINGTON, Feb.
Employees to protest understaffing and agency mismanagement CINCINNATI, Jan.
Rep. Schakowsky introduces resolution for national recognition of Federal Nurses Week WASHINGTON, Dec.
Hard-won legislation will provide officers with fair and equitable pay system and reduce costs WASHINGTON, Dec.
AFGE president says bill will nearly double maximum transit payments for millions of workers WASHINGTON, Dec.
Agents protecting our border are frequent targets of cartels, other dangers WASHINGTON, Nov.
Union honors fallen Officer Gerardo Hernandez, calls on TSA to improve security for employees and flying public WASHINGTON, Oct.
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