Workers at two more Australian Public Service agencies have rejected pay deals.
Public servants at the Fair Work Ombudsman and The Australian Securities and Investment Commission have voted decisively against wage offers made by their bosses.
Both agencies recorded a 68 per cent no-vote against a yes-vote of 32 per cent.
At ASIC, 77 per cent of the commission's 1750 employees cast ballots.
At the Fair Work Ombudsman, 84.5 per cent of its 790 public servants turned out for the vote.
The latest results come in the wake of four decisive no-votes, at Veterans' Affairs, IP Australia, Human Services and Health, and one narrow yes-vote at the Department of Social Services.
The office of the Ombudsman provided a brief statement on Thursday morning.
"A majority of Fair Work Ombudsman staff have voted against a proposed new Enterprise Agreement," a spokesman said.
"The Agency will now consider its options for future bargaining with staff and will re-engage with its employees in due course.
"In the meantime, the Fair Work Ombudsman Enterprise Agreement 2011-2014 continues to apply."
ASIC spokeswoman Miriam Phillips also supplied a short statement.
"No comment," Ms Phillips said.
Community and Public Sector Union National Secretary Nadine Flood said the votes were two more "nails in the coffin" of the Coalition government's public sector bargaining policies.
"Another day and another two government agencies send strong messages to the Government that its unfair and unworkable bargaining policy must be scrapped," the union leader said.
"ASIC and Fair Work Ombudsman staff join Veterans' Affairs, IP Australia, Health and the government's largest agency, Human Services, in overwhelmingly rejecting the Government's attack on their rights, conditions, real wages and for some, current take home pay.
"In the last two weeks, six out of seven agreements have been voted down by public sector workers – these are nails in the coffin of the Governments unfair, unrealistic and unworkable bargaining policy."
More strike action is looming across the service with Immigration and Border Force officials, Agriculture and quarantine workers are gearing up for further strike action at international airports next week.
Human Services, Tax Office, Australian Bureau of Statistics staff other agencies are also planning more half-day strikes around the country.
More to come.