As a member of the National Federation of Federal Employees, you have access to some of the best consumer, financial and educational benefits the labor community has to offer. Along with the benefits bargained on your behalf by NFFE representatives in the workplace, you are also offered discounts on various consumer products and services, as well as educational opportunities for expanding your knowledge of labor history, issues, and practices.

Utilizing the purchasing power of millions of Union workers, NFFE-IAM members can save on everything from auto and dental insurance, to legal advice and credit counseling. Union Plus benefits are free with membership. 
Learn What You Can Save with this Benefit Calculator. When asked which union's benefits you wish to access, be sure to select "IAM."



As a NFFE Member, you have the opportunity to buy comprehensive dental and vision plans at a discount price! Start saving on your dental and vision care by checking out the links below.

PBA Dental Plans     -     Vision Plans

When you join NFFE you get discounts on more than just dental and vision insurance plans. You also get huge savings on life, auto, and disability insurance. Click below to learn more.

Life Insurance     -     Auto Insurance     -     Disability Insurance

Each year NFFE and its partners offer hundreds of thousands of dollars in scholarships to NFFE-IAM members and other federal employees. All of these scholarships can be viewed on NFFE's Scholarships page.


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NFFE-IAM Scholarships

Tired of overpaying for auto insurance? NFFE Members can save a bundle by switching to Geico's exclusive Union Rate automobile insurance plan. Click on the Gecko for details.

s technology constantly evolves around us, the only way to keep up with change is with education. The William W. Winpisinger Education and Technology Center is the most visible sign of our commitment to provide a world class education to train future NFFE-IAM leaders.

The Winpisinger Center teaches what it is to be a trade unionist. By studying labor history and the role unions play in our society, students learn that unions are more than service organizations. We are part of a larger movement toward economic and social justice with dignity on the job.

Click Here to Learn More about the William W. Winpisinger Center