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NFFE Local 1904 Uses Multiple Strategies to Maintain Status as Fastest Growing NFFE Local
Local 1904’s steady approach to building membership over the last two years has made the lodge – comprised of NFFE-IAM members who work as medical professionals at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) in New Orleans - NFFE’s fastest growing Local in 2017 and 2018   : : MORE

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Register today! NFFE-IAM 2019 Legislative Conference May 6th to 8th in Washington, D.C.
The clock is ticking to register for the 2019 NFFE-IAM Legislative Conference beginning Monday, May 6th and closing in the evening on May 8th. The conference is hosted at the Hyatt Regency Washington, 400 New Jersey Ave, N.W., Washington, D.C., 20001.
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Mar 15, 2019

Need Money for College? Scholarships Available for NFFE-IAM Members Only
Below you fill find two scholarships (range $1,000 - $5,000) available for eligible NFFE-IAM members, federal employees, and their families. Both scholarships are administered through the Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund (FEEA).
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Mar 13, 2019

NFFE Litigation Round-Up
NFFE-IAM is leading the fight for federal workers in three, distinct lawsuits. Read on to learn the latest on each lawsuit, and how NFFE-IAM members can participate.
News Item  ·  From the NFFE National Legal Department  ·  Mar 6, 2019


Press Releases

Gutting of Federal Workers’ Pay and Retirement in Trump Budget a ‘Race to the Bottom’ for All Americans
“President Trump again sacrifices the middle-class families on behalf of the wealthy through his proposed pay freeze and needless cuts to earned benefits for federal workers,” stated Randy Erwin, NFFE national president.
Press Release  ·  Mar 11, 2019

Union Calls on White House and OPM to Give Feds their Pay Raise
Randy Erwin, the national president of the National Federation of Federal Employees (NFFE) called on the White House and Acting OPM Director Margaret Weichert to expedite administrative procedures required to implement the 1.9% pay increase signed into law on February 15, 2019. Erwin expressed his growing concern that the process is taking longer than usual, and that any further delay will add to the financial stress that still exists for many federal workers. “That process has taken long enough. This Administration must stop dragging its feet and get this pay adjustment done,” Erwin said.
Press Release  ·  Mar 8, 2019