Leadership of all the federal agencies that so deeply impact federal employee lives is about the change radically, bringing with it new challenges for some and opportunities for others. We want to get ready to respond to both, but to do that we probably have to reduce our role in operating Fedsmill.com.  Just how we do that is something we are starting to explore.  One option is transfer control to some national union or other employee advocate such as a law firm or retired fed LR/ER/HR/EEO expert. Do we partner with a university LR program? Do we just assist someone else to get their own site going from scratch and retire the Fedsmill operation? While we have begun contacting some law firms and a handful of retired, but still very involved, federal LR/ER/HR folks, we would like your ideas too.  If you have some, just send us an e-mail via the comment section after every story. It will be just between us.

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FEDSMILL staff has over 40 years of federal sector labor relations experience on the union as well as management side of the table and even some time as a neutral.
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  1. Travis Riggs says:

    FEDSMILL has been a wonderful resource for my local union representatives and has led to many successes. I would love to see this great resource continue! Someone like AFGE should take it over, or perhaps one of their bargaining councils.

  2. We desperately need you or someone in your stead to carry on. The next four years are very scarry and will demand that all government employees be involved to protect our rights. Our hard fought victories in the work place are subject to disappearing under a Trump administration.

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