Here's a breakdown of where to find some of the most useful pages on AFGE.org.
Remembering your username and password for your official AFGE.org account just got much easier. By using your personal email address as your username, you can easily reset your password should you ever forget it. It's a one-time registration process that only takes a couple of minutes.
To get access to your personal AFGE.org account, visit www.afge.org/registration.
There's a way for everyone to get involved at AFGE! Visit the AFGE Groups page to learn more about how to connect with your union brothers and sisters. Click here to browse AFGE's groups.
Want quick access to some of the most useful pages on AFGE.org? Bookmark the pages below for easy access.
Being a dues-paying member of AFGE can actually save you money. Click through dozens of AFGE Member Only benefits for discounts on travel, entertainment, technology, and much more. Remember, you'll need to log in to view how to take advantage of your AFGE member offers. Click here to visit the Member Benefits section.
Show your AFGE pride by ordering some top-notch swag from the AFGE store. Shop for items with AFGE's official logo on everything from clothing to clocks, buttons to books, and bags to banners. These items are a great way to welcome new members to our union family or thank an old pro for their public service. Click here to go to the AFGE Store.
Need to get in touch with someone at the National or District Office? Simply visit "Contact Us" to find phone numbers, email addresses, website and faxes for your National and District leaders.
What's happening in your District, Council or Local? Now it's never been easier to find out about official activities near you by using the AFGE calendar. It's kept up-to-date with all of our events around the country. But remember, you'll have to login to see if there's something happening around your area. Visit the calendar now.
Here you'll find a wealth of information about how AFGE is promoting the civil, human, women's and workers' rights of federal and D.C. government workers. Browse through the page to find information about education and training, member mobilization and organizing, representation. Click Here.