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Federal Unions and Employee Group News


USPS to extend negotiations with two postal unions

The U.S. Postal Service announced that it has come to agreement with two postal unions to extend negotiations on new collective bargaining agreements.

AFGE: TSA needs 6,000 more screeners

The American Federation of Government Employees exhorted Congress to pass emergency funding to hire 6,000 additional full-time transportation security officers to clear up long lines at airport security checkpoints.

Groups urge House lawmakers to drop air traffic control privatization plan

Seven labor organizations representing Federal Aviation Administration employees wrote a joint letter to House lawmakers urging them to craft a bipartisan FAA reauthorization bill that does not privatize the nation’s air traffic control system.

Labor group backs amending LEO definition

The Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association threw its support behind a Senate bill that would amend the definition of “law enforcement officer.”

Union says TSA needs 6,000 more screeners

The union that represents Transportation Security Administration airport screeners urged Congress to pass emergency funding to hire 6,000 additional full-time transportation security officers to clear up long lines at airport security checkpoints.

NTEU says CBP trade mission lagging

The head of the National Treasury Employees Union urged the Senate Finance Committee to support additional staff and resources to help Customs and Border Protection address shortfalls in its trade mission.

Federal law officers push legislative agenda

The Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association is using National Police Week to promote a range of legislative measures affecting their members.

Panel to deliberate on new APWU contract

Arbitration hearings between the U.S. Postal Service and the American Postal Workers Union concerning the union’s new collective bargaining agreement have concluded.

Legislation expands authority of federal probation officers

Senate and House lawmakers have introduced a bill that would provide federal probation officers with authority to arrest individuals who interfere with them in the course of duty.

APWU reminds members of settlement deadline

The American Postal Workers Union reminded members that Friday, April 29, is an important deadline for certain employees who have not yet filed a key document necessary to receive a share of a $56 million grievance settlement.

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