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Congratulations to the August Organizing Award Winners
A big congratulations goes out to NFFE Locals CE 3, FL 2109, FL1953, FL 1887, FL 2153 and FL 1865   : : MORE

News Articles

Call, then Send a Letter to Congress: No Pay Freeze!
After President Trump ordered a pay freeze for FY 2019—and then said he needed more time to think about it—two groups of House lawmakers sent two separate letters demanding that Trump support a 1.9% pay increase for federal employees in FY 2019.
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Sep 7, 2018

Labor Day 2018 | Message to all NFFE Members, Family and Friends
“They remind us that where free unions and collective bargaining are forbidden, freedom is lost. They remind us that freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. You and I must protect and preserve freedom here or it will not be passed on to our children.”
News Item  ·  From the Desk of NFFE National President Erwin  ·  Sep 3, 2018

NFFE Statement on OPM Executive Order Guidance
“I am glad that OPM is taking immediate actions to ensure that agencies fully comply with Judge Brown Jackson’s order,” stated Randy Erwin, NFFE National President. “These executive orders were a clear violation of the law..."
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Aug 30, 2018


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