What is AFGE?


What is AFGE?

We are the largest federal employee union in the country, and we're growing -- now over 200,000 strong. We've been around for 70 years, serving as the voice for government employees. We're working hard to create a customer-oriented, high quality government that meets the needs of the American people.

Why AFGE?

Government employees are proud to make America work. They are always on the job for our nation. We're there when you need us and we have the clout you need in times of change and uncertainty. We work diligently on Capitol Hill and in the workplace to fight for decent wages and fair working conditions. Are you concerned about Paybanding and Pay for Performance, Army Privatization Plans (over 150,000 civilian positions targeted), and fair representation in the workplace? At AFGE, your concerns are our concerns.

Act Now!

AFGE representatives are organizing ASA(ALT, PEO STRI). Please take the time to complete the form below and support AFGE. You can mail the form to AFGE Local 2113, 12350 Research Parkway, Orlando, FL 32826-3261 or drop it off at the union office, Room 1101, DeFlorez Bldg.

I, the undersigned employee, wish to be represented for the purpose of exclusive recognition by the American Federation of Government employees (AFL-CIO). I understand this does not obligate me to join or pay fees or membership dues to any union or local.
Name _______________________________  Title/Grade _____________________

Address _______________________________________________________________

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Home Telephone (   ) ____________  Work Telephone (    ) ______________

E-Mail ________________________________________________________________

Signature ___________________________________ Date ____________________


American Federation of Government Employees, AFL-CIO
http://www.afge.org


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