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Federal Workers Speak: Kim Valadez, President FL1
In direct response to the false narratives and attacks by the White House on America's unionized workforce, NFFE-IAM members are using their voices to speak the truth.   : : MORE

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Federal Workers Speak: Kevin Mitchell, President FL1150 (VIDEO)
As the White House wages war against unionized federal workers, NFFE-IAM members are fighting back by sharing their stories about labor’s pride, power and patriotism.
News Item  ·  IAMAW  ·  Aug 7, 2018

NFFE and IAM Fighting to Save Hundreds of Red River Army Depot Jobs
NFFE and IAM represent approximately 2,200 employees at RRAD. IAM Local 1243 represents federal contract employees and NFFE-IAM Local 2189 represents federal term employees.
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Aug 3, 2018

NFFE Family Members Matthew Kopp and Autumn Liles Awarded 2018 Richard N. Brown Memorial Scholarship
NFFE is proud to announce the winners of the 2018 NFFE Richard N. Brown Memorial Scholarship. An award made possible thanks to the help of the Federal Employee and Education Assistance Fund (FEEA).
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Jul 27, 2018


Press Releases

NFFE and Coalition Partners Rally, Wear Red to Support #RedforFeds Day Before Trump Lawsuit Hearing
“It’s always a great day when labor forces join together, in solidarity, on behalf of the hardworking federal employees who serve this country,” stated NFFE National President Randy Erwin. “These Executive Orders are a direct attack on our Constitutional first amendment rights; the right to freedom of association, and the right to form and join a union. Today’s rally and hearing is a reminder to all of us that united we fight and divided we fail.”
Press Release  ·  Jul 25, 2018

NFFE Slams Executive Order to Politicize Administrative Courts as a "Shameless Return to the Spoils System"
“This destructive change effects every American, not just the federal employees who rely on ALJ decisions for workplace disputes.” continued Erwin. “Replacing qualified judges with political appointees will destroy adjudicatory neutrality for policy and regulatory enforcement covering Wall Street, environmental pollution, defense procurement, food safety, aviation safety, intellectual property rights, veterans care, immigration, pharmaceutical regulation, and much more."
Press Release  ·  Jul 17, 2018