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Welcome to AFGE Local 2367 Website
Welcome to the home of the American Federation of Government Employees (AFL-CIO) Local 2367,  representing bargaining unit employees at the United States Military Academy, West Point, NY.  We are located in Building 667A on the 6th floor.
AFGE Local 2367's Annual Holiday Party tickets are now available.
Invitations will be mailed out by 19 October 2018.
This year the party will be held at:
1 Meadowbrook Road
New Windsor, NY
The party will be on 15 December 2018 
From: 6 P.M. To: 11 P.M.  
The cost of tickets has increased this year. 
Member Tickets are $35.00
The Members 1st Guest is $35.00 
Additional Guest Tickets are $70.00
Tickets will be sold until 07 December 2018.
No tickets will be sold at the door. 

If you are civil service employee, please wear red every Wednesday.

A hat, shirt, pants, shoes, or even a sticker or a ribbon. Pass the word to your fellow civilian employees to do the same.

If you would like to know more about wearing red, please click the contact us link below. We will provide information to you. We cannot use your government phone or email address. This is an important period of time for our Union and your involvement extremely important!


 The November Meeting is on for Thursday the 8th!
If you are interested in helping in the Union Office, please Contact Us.


      The American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) is the largest federal employee union, representing 700,000 workers in the federal government and the government of the District of Columbia. Workers in virtually all functions of government at every federal agency depend upon AFGE for legal representation, legislative advocacy, technical expertise and informational services.  AFGE has been affiliated with the AFL-CIO ever since its founding in 1932.

A brief history of our Union 

Born in the depths of the Great Depression, AFGE formed in 1932 at one of the most uncertain periods in our nation’s history. Elected officials had crippled the civil service, wage cuts and furloughs were on the rise, and promotions and leave privileges were hard to come by. Back then, federal employees lacked many of the basic rights they enjoy today; like health insurance, overtime pay, and weekends without work. 

Over the next two decades, new chapters began to pop up across the country, bringing with it greater leverage to represent their members. In 1945, after years of pay freezes, AFGE secured a near-16 percent pay increase with the passage of the Federal Pay Act – the largest single pay increase before or since. In the 1950s, AFGE fought for and won the introduction of within-grade pay increases, transportation allowances for transferred workers, and payment for accrued annual leave, overtime, and night and holiday work. 

But even up to the 1960s, AFGE didn’t have true bargaining rights. After years of work, President Kennedy in 1962 proclaimed that “the right of Federal employees to deal collectively with the Federal departments and agencies in which they are employed should be protected” in Executive Order 10988, which established for the first time the right of federal employees to exercise their voice in the workplace. 

In the half-century since winning real bargaining rights, AFGE has extended the dignity of a union contract to more than 700,000 government employees in thousands of federal and DC government facilities across the country. Today, AFGE stands as one of the largest and most influential forces for worker, civil, and human rights in the world. 

Our union began with a simple belief—that together, government employees from all across America can build a better workplace and country. AFGE’s story is America’s story, and the next chapter will be written by all of us.


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Last updated: 16 October 2018 


AFGE Local 2367 * PO Box 81* West Point * NY * 10996