Unions push for permanent leader at TSA

03/30/2010 | Government Executive

Federal employee unions say morale within the TSA is flagging due to a lack of permanent leadership at the agency. "Because of the importance of the TSA administrator to our nation's security, the administration has got to make it a priority to find a nominee who is above reproach and can win a confirmation bid," said John Gage, president of the American Federation of Government Employees, which is vying with the National Treasury Employees Union to organize TSA workers in anticipation of collective bargaining.

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