TSA, Union, Wrangle Over Labor Contract

The union representing the folks who make travel such an intimate experience is back at the negotiating table with the Transportation Security Administration


The union that represents 45,000 federal airport security officers nationwide and the Transportation Security Administration are back at the negotiations table hoping to wind up talks on their first collective bargaining agreement.

 A report in the July 30 issue of the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) weekly online newsletter "The TSO Voice," said meetings between AFGE representatives and TSA officials on the final labor agreement were slated to begin on July 31.