The GCHQ Union Ban 1984-1997: the unions' strategy and the outcome
- Guest editorial: What democracy looks like. Collins, Jane // Dialectical Anthropology;2011, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p131
The author reflects on the labor movements that took place in Wisconsin in the beginning of 2011. He mentions about the Budget Repair Bill, under which, rights and aides to the public sector employees were stripped in the country. He discusses the issue of domination of labor unions by big...
- GCHQ approves iPhone iOS6 use for sensitive government information. Hall, Kathleen // Computer Weekly;11/20/2012, p7
The article looks at British government policy in the area of the use of smartphones and other mobile devices by government employees handling sensitive information, as of November 2012. It reports that the British Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) agency has decided to allow the use...
- Of course, M15 is lying, that's its job. Aubrey, Crispin // New Statesman;08/07/98, Vol. 127 Issue 4396, p14
Comments on the role of the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), M15 security organisation of Great Britain, in politics. Reference to an individual's experience while investigating the (GCHQ) network; Views on the real purpose of the GCHQ.
- The Changing Roles of Public Sector Unionism. Anderson, Eve; Griffin, Gerard; Teicher, Julian // International Journal of Employment Studies;Oct2002, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p47
This article outlines changes in the character of Australian federal public service unions, from in-house staff associations to constituents of the broader union movement. The extent to which the strategies adopted by the union that covers most Australian federal public servants, the CPSU, are...
- Statehouse Staff in Maine Is Allowed To Organize. Gordon, Kierstan // Governing;Oct1998, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p48
Focuses on the capability of legislative employees in Maine to engage in collaborative bargaining as mandated under a law that enables the employees to unionize as of October 1998. Advantage of the law to legislative employees; Types of employees to which the law applies; Motive for introducing...
- Unionism Again at a Crossroads. Hardbeck, George W. // Labor Law Journal;Feb65, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p100
The article discusses the key issues relevant to trade unions and unionism in the U. S. Trends in union membership may be viewed in several ways such as, total union membership, women union members, white-collar union members, union members in specific occupations, industries and unions. There...
- GCHQ Goes for Doughnut. Streetly, Martin // Journal of Electronic Defense;Nov98, Vol. 21 Issue 11, p18
Describes the design of the planned headquarters building of the British Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) in Cheltenham, England. Role of the GSL consortium in the construction of the building; Companies that comprises GSL; Number of consortia that bid for the work.
- GCHQ to stay in Chentenham. Streetly, Martin // Journal of Electronic Defense;Jun99, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p18
Reports on British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook's announcement of the British Government Communications Headquarters signals-intelligence and cryptology organization's maintenance of its location in Cheltenham, England.
- GCHQ pilots cyber attack scheme. // SC Magazine: For IT Security Professionals (UK Edition);Jan/Feb2013, p8
The article offers information on British intelligence agency GCHQ's pilot scheme to help organisations in the aftermath of a cyberattack.