The Federal Workers Alliance (FWA) is a coalition of twenty labor unions, collectively representing more than 300,000 federal workers government wide. The coalition is dedicated to fighting for the interests of federal workers and their families.

​The Federal Workers Alliance enables labor organizations representing federal workers to coordinate and provide a united front on issues affecting the civil service. The cooperation and solidarity between the 20 member unions maximizes the influence FWA yields on policies and legislation proposed by the Obama administration and Congress. ​

Current Members

ASFME: American Federation of Federal, State, County, and Municipal Employees
AFT: American Federation of Teachers  
FEA/NEA: Federal Education Association/National Education Association 
FISE: Federation of Indian Service Employees 
IAFF: International Association of Fire Fighters
IAM: International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers 
IBEW: International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers 
IBT: International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT)
IFPTE: International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers 
IOMM&P: International Organization of Masters, Mates and Pilots 
MEBA: Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association 
MTD: Metal Trades Department, AFL-CIO;
NAGE/SEIU: National Association of Government Employees
NFFE: National Federation of Federal Employees
PASS: Professional Aviation Safety Specialists
SIU: Seafarers International Union, AFL-CIO
SMWIA: Sheet Metal Workers International Association
SATCO: SPORT Air Traffic Controllers 
UPTO: United Power Trades Organization


The American Labor Movement has consistently demonstrated its devotion to the public interest. It is, and has been, good for all America. - John F. Kennedy
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