House lawmakers this week will vote on an annual Defense policy bill that includes a 5.2% average pay raise for federal workers and members of the military and slashes Pentagon diversity initiatives.
As an Army veteran who receives health care from the VA, I’m proud that my union, the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE), represents over 291,000 workers who have dedicated their lives to caring for their fellow veterans and ensuring America meets its obligations to those who have borne the battle.
The U.S. Senate narrowly confirmed President Joe Biden's nominee to the agency that enforces workplace bias laws, giving Democrats a majority on the five-member panel that would allow it to enforce pro-worker polices backed by his administration.
Union leaders said a recent winter flood of a building at the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center is just a symptom of systematic mismanagement of the facility.
The Office of Personnel Management is taking its first step to define the skills and competencies federal employees will need to work with artificial intelligence.
AFGE Local 1546 got a shoutout in a DLA press release as the Defense Distribution Depot San Joaquin won the annual Commander in Chief’s Installation Excellence Award!