AFGE Joins Fight to Defeat Unconstitutional Marriage Law - 11-4-2011
AFGE, other labor unions file legal brief opposing DOMA
Take SSA Administrative Expenses Off Budget, Says Social Security Union - 3-9-2011
AFGE Submits Testimony to Senate Appropriations Labor HHS Subcommittee
City Juvenile Justice System Plagued with Mismanagement - 5-4-2010
Union Says Youth Violence Directly Related to Failures of City Government
AFGE Congratulates Health and Human Services Secretary-designate Kathleen Sebelius - 3-4-2009
Federal Employee Union Eager to Work with New HHS Secretary-Designate
AFGE Blocks Outsourcing at Department of Labor - 7-9-2007
The Department Halts Privatization Scheme Targeted at Women and Minorities, Thanks to Union Efforts
D.C. Government Workers Say City Services Critically Understaffed, Worker Safety Problems at All-time High - 6-13-2007
AFGE UNION MEMBERS TELL "INSIDE GOVERNMENT" POOR MANAGEMENT A MAJOR HURDLE
AFGE Decries Crisis of Overworked Nurses - 5-5-2005
AFGE Urges Congress to Pass Legislation to Protect Nurses and Patients
AFGE Local 1923 was chartered as a labor organization in October 1959, representing approximately 30,000 employees nationwide that are employed in the Social Security Administration, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (formally HCFA), Veterans Affairs, Department of Defense, and the National Mediation Board.
Local 1923 is the largest federal union in the country with over 8,000 members and continuing to grow. We have negotiated state of the art contracts, our officers have testified on many congressional hearings on behalf of federal employees, and successfully organized many new units under the Federal sector. Our officers and activists work extremely hard to ensure agency contracts are enforced properly and that all federal employees are treated fairly.
AFGE Local 1923 will move full speed ahead to address these serious challenges currently facing the federal workforce:
Contact AFGE Local 1923
President, AFGE Local 1923
G-314 West High Rise 6401 Security Blvd.
Baltimore, Maryland 21235
Telephone: (410) 965-5566
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