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President Erwin Huddles with House Leadership to Set 2019 Congressional Agenda for Federal Employees
National President Randy Erwin met with House Democratic leadership to discuss the 2019 congressional agenda to advance the interests of federal employees and unions.   : : MORE

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Down to the Last Few Minutes to Sign a Continuing Resolution…Once Again
The President is expected to sign an appropriation “minibus” bill that includes a Continuing Resolution (CR) to fund the rest of government until December 7.  If the President does not sign the bill before Monday, the government will go into a lapse in funding (i.e., a partial...
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Sep 27, 2018

FEHB Rates Tick Up for 2019
Beginning November 12 through December 10, 2018, federal employees and retirees will have access to the annual Open Season for health insurance, dental and vision insurance in which they can review current plans, make changes, and in enroll in coverage.
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Sep 26, 2018

New Legal Benefit for NFFE Members!
As part of the goal to provide additional benefits for members, NFFE has secured an agreement with the Harris Federal Law Firm to provide NFFE members with discounted legal services for federal disability claims.  Based in Lexington, Kentucky, Harris Federal Law Firm operates a nationwide...
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Sep 23, 2018

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Press Releases

Union Catches VA Official Illegally Recording Negotiation Session
“This is an egregious, all-out affront to federal employees, especially at the VA,” stated NFFE Associate General Counsel Summerlin. “There is no excuse good enough to justify the illegal recording of negotiations. This is the very definition of bad faith bargaining..."
Press Release  ·  Sep 5, 2018

NFFE and Coalition Unions Victorious in Executive Order Lawsuit Against Trump
“It is clear from the decision that the court found overwhelmingly that President Trump overstepped his authority when he issued the Executive Orders,” stated Suzanne Summerlin, NFFE Associate General Counsel and Lead Counsel for the coalition lawsuit. “Federal employees can return to work on Monday knowing that their rights are intact, and that presidential overreach targeting career civil servants was curbed.”
Press Release  ·  Aug 25, 2018

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