Latest American Federation of Government Employees Stories
Workers gained collective bargaining rights, first contract during Pistole's tenure WASHINGTON, Oct.
Law enforcement agents along southern U.S. border offer aid, assistance to immigrants WASHINGTON, Oct.
Largest VA employees union committed to working with Secretary McDonald to deliver exceptional care to veterans WASHINGTON, Sept.
Union seeks to raise awareness of the contributions to our nation by more than 100,000 nurses working in the federal sector WASHINGTON, Sept.
AFGE says retention, retaliation problems remain on VA's critical list WASHINGTON, Sept.
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New hiring, whistleblower initiatives are good steps, yet culture of fear still exists at agency WASHINGTON, Aug.
Agent and AFGE member Shawn Moran discusses threats in first installment of "Walking the Line," a video series highlighting Border Patrol agents WASHINGTON, Aug.
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