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Federal Unions and Employee Group News


House measure would restore 2012 USPS service standards

House appropriators last week approved an amendment to restore U.S. Postal Service service standards that were in place on July 1, 2012.

Correctional officers attacked at Calif. prison

The American Federation of Government Employees Council of Prisons last week ramped up its call for federal prison employees to use all available protective equipment—such as stab-proof vests—in the wake of a serious slashing attack on three correctional employees

DHS takes workforce measures to address TSA backups

The Department of Homeland Security announced a number of measures to address traveler backups at the nation’s airport security checkpoints.

Federal correctional officers slashed at California prison

The American Federation of Government Employees Council of Prison Locals reiterated its call for federal prison staff to make use of available protective equipment such as stab-proof vests after three correctional employees were slashed by an inmate.

APWU seeks stamp of approval

The American Postal Workers Union is using all levers at its disposal in its efforts to “save the Postal Service”—including making its case to stamp collectors.

NATCA, FAA come to tentative agreement

The National Air Traffic Controllers Association and the Federal Aviation Administration said they have reached a tentative agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement.

USPS extends two union negotiations

The U.S. Postal Service announced agreements with two unions to extend negotiations on new collective bargaining agreements.

AFGE chief says airport security backups were ‘foreseeable’

The head of the American Federation of Government Employees told a House panel this week that the current backup at airport security checkpoints was “both foreseeable and preventable.”

NTEU calls for ‘decent pay increase’

While some federal employees might be holding their breath on whether Congress will allow the 1.6 percent pay raise proposed by President Obama to proceed unimpeded, one top union official released a terse statement that likely reflects what most feds are thinking.

NATCA, FAA announce tentative contract agreement

The National Air Traffic Controllers Association and the Federal Aviation Administration announced a tentative agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement.

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