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20th Annual Great America Trip

Saturday, July 25, 2015



  $40.00 Park Admission, Limit 5  tickets                           ($66.99 value)

 Includes:    FREE Meal (3:30 – 5:00)                                 ($25.00 value)

 Includes:    FREE Hurricane Harbor                                   ($5.00 value)

 Includes:    FREE Summer Thrill Pass- park return thru 9/12 ($66.99 value)

                     Options: upgrade Thrill Pass to FULL Season pass- cost $15.00 at park

                    (Upgrade Includes Hurricane Harbor & Fright Fest)


AFGE responds to OPM Data Breach

June 19th, 2015 | Posted by admin in Cybersecurity | Web - (0 Comments)
Binary matrix with glowing security lock

Binary matrix with glowing security lock

AFGE National President, J. David Cox sends a letter directed to the head of OPM regarding the OPM breach.





Read entire letter here: Honorable Archuleta Letter – June 18, 2015

Pay Cut? NO WAY!

June 16th, 2015 | Posted by admin in Budget | News | Web - (0 Comments)
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Can your family lose 5 months groceries?

Congress has once again targeted government employees to pay for their irresponsible policies by passing a budget resolution that cuts your pay by 12 percent. AFGE swiftly mobilized its members into action.

Through our nationwide campaign, we’re telling Congress “No Way” to more cuts to our paychecks.

AFGE has created an online Budget Action Center to deliver tools that our members need to lobby Congress to kill this disastrous budget deal. By visiting, members can send letters to their members of Congress, tell their communities how a pay cut would impact them and share content on social media that shows their friends and family what a 12 percent pay cut means to them.


newsIn a letter to Office of Personnel Management Director Katherine Archuleta, J. David Cox, Sr., the president of the American Federation of Government Employees, said that AFGE believes that hackers are now in possession of all personnel data on every federal employee.

Cox sent the letter to OPM today and the union is basing its conclusion on information that OPM has released. Additionally, Cox said that he believes that the Social Security numbers that were compromised were not encrypted, something he called “absolutely indefensible and outrageous.”