• AFGE Login
    Login with your AFGE.org username and password.



    Don't have a login?
    Go to: www.afge.org

    Action Center
    The next general members meeting is tentatively scheduled for Saturday January 12, 2019. The location is to be determined.
    << November 2018 >>
    S M T W T F S
    1 2 3
    4 5 6 7 8 9 10
    11 12 13 14 15 16 17
    18 19 20 21 22 23 24
    25 26 27 28 29 30
    • What's New Member Apps Facebook
      Questions about awards?

      November 1, 2018 - Do you have questions about the awards process?  Are you looking to see how awards are supposed to be issued?  Take a look at the contract for additional information: Article 17 Monetary Awards.
      Download: Article 17 Monetary Awards.pdf

      FY 2018 Awards Information

      October 25, 2018 - We have received the FY 2018 awards data.  Please log in to our website (using your AFGE.org credentials), go to Member Resources > Downloads > Awards Data to obtain the list.  You must be logged in to view this information.  Having issues logging in?  Use the Contact Us feature above!

      Update on Executive Order Case

      October 25, 2018 - A message from National President J. David Cox on the executive order appeal by the government: 10-24-2018 On Thursday, Oct. 18, a three-judge panel on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit denied the Trump administration’s request to expedite responses to its appeal of a U.S. District Court ruling striking down the bulk of three anti-worker executive orders affecting 2.1 million federal employees. I applaud the appellate court for rejecting the administration’s request to expedite the schedule, which AFGE and other unions opposed. The court was correct to deny the government’s motion because the government failed to show good cause for an expedited briefing schedule or that a return to the status quo, which prevailed for 40 years, was likely to cause irreparable harm to the government. At its heart, this case is about the administration’s attempts to deprive 2.1 million workers of their rights to work with agency management to address and resolve workplace issues such as sexual harassment, racial discrimination, retaliation against whistleblowers, improving workplace health and safety, and enforcing reasonable accommodations for workers with disabilities. The appellate court’s action means that the District Court’s well-reasoned order striking down the bulk of President Trump’s executive orders will remain in place while the appeal proceeds. As always we will continue to keep you updated on new developments through our AFGE communications channels, so make sure you and your coworkers visit www.afge.org to subscribe to email updates, text AFGE to 225568 from your personal cell phone (never your government phone) to subscribe to AFGE mobile updates, and follow us on social media using the links below. Thank you for all that you do each and every day to keep our union and our nation strong. In Solidarity, J. David Cox AFGE National President

      Recruiting rebate is $50 effective 10-01-2018

      October 20, 2018 - We received word that the national recruiting rebate ended September 30, 2018. The current rebate as offered by our local is $50 to the new member and $50 to the recruiter effective October 1, 2018.

      New officer elections

      October 19, 2018 - Our local union will be rerunning the 2018 officer election.  Stay tuned for further communication from the election committee.  In the meantime, please make sure that your mailing address is up to date on www.afge.org.  That address will be used for mailing election material.

  • AFGE Local 1164

    Copyright © 2018.
    All Rights Reserved.

    Powered By UnionActive

  • Top of Page image