AFGE

AcronymDefinition
AFGEAmerican Federation of Government Employees
AFGEAssociation of Federal Government Employees
AFGEAmerican Forum for Global Education
AFGEAir Fluid Gas Exchange
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The American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE), the union representing TSA officers and some FAA employees, applauds the measure.
"AFGE agrees that strong security measures need to be in place and evolve as threats come anew, but the general public needs to know what the security procedures are and what their rights are as citizens," said AFGE national president John Gage.
5:01 (summarizing Comptroller General decisions often including specifically sustained durations of administrative leave); see also, e.g., AFGE, AFL-CIO, Local 3804 and FDIC, Madison Region, 1986 FLRA LEXIS 454, *56-58 (May 19, 1986) (providing a select summary of Comptroller General decisions on administrative leave time frames for various purposes).
AFGE urges TSA to reject any proposal to eliminate screening functions at airports and make aviation safety a budgetary priority.
The AFGE court easily extended the "Native American" preference to a "Native Alaskan" preference, and then to the awardee, Chugach, which was owned by two Native Alaskan-owned corporations.
AFGE President John Gage blasted the contract in July, shortly after it was signed.
the largest federal non-postal unions, along with AFGE and NFFE.
3--Cover Page of a Typical CBA Collective Bargaining Agreement between Fort Snuffy and the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) January 1, 2001 to January 1, 2004 Table of Contents: Applicability ...
The American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) is joining with other employee organizations in opposing any attempts to privatize the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) air traffic control system, the organization said.
(41) The court also concluded the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) met the organizational standing requirements.