AFGE national headquarters is home to AFGE’s three national officers and their staff while 12 National Vice Presidents head up AFGE district offices with district staff spread across the country. Find out more about our national officers and districts below.
The National President's Office houses AFGE’s top elected officer and the many departments that fall under the National President’s responsibilities. These duties range from working with Congress on legislation, mobilizing members for elections and in support of advocacy campaigns, negotiations, contract administration, organizing and educating members, reviewing labor practices at government agencies, and amplifying messages to members and the public about what AFGE is doing to better the lives of our members and the country.
The office of the National Secretary-Treasurer exists to care for and strengthen the federation’s finances, offer instruction and training to AFGE local leaders on the same, and ensure that our members can keep their focus on those we serve
AFGE first established a women's department in 1974, and today the Women's and Fair Practices Departments remain true to that original vision, providing trainings and programs devoted to promoting the civil, human, women's and workers' rights of federal and DC government employees.
Read Below to Find Out More About AFGE's District Structure: