June 20, 2001
Magda Lynn Seymour
John Irvine
(202) 639-6419

House Bill Would Give Federal Employees Appeal Rights in A-76 Process

Over the past year, AFGE has taken five cases to court--providing documented irregularities totaling tens-of-millions-of-dollars with the process--only to be handed rulings that neither AFGE nor federal employees have standing as individuals. H.R. 2227 would finally give AFGE and federal employees standing.

H.R. 2227 would specifically amend title 10, United States Code, to give appeal rights to DoD employees with respect to actions or determinations under Office of Management and Budget Circular A-76.

AFGE is the largest union for government employees, representing 600,000 federal workers in the United States and overseas, as well as employees of the District of Columbia. For more information about AFGE, visit

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