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Federal Employees gain an easier path to COVID-19 coverage

The American Rescue Plan Act makes it easier for federal workers diagnosed with COVID-19 to establish coverage under the Federal Employees’ Compensation Act (FECA). This change impacts previously denied COVID-19 claims and the eligibility requirements for future requests.



  • NFFE Wins Election to Represent USDA Animal Care Employees

    On April 8th, the Denver regional office of the Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA) confirmed that NFFE-IAM had won an election to represent over 110 federal employees at the U.S. Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) Animal Care Program.
  • NFFE Meets with Capitol Hill Leadership to Discuss Legislative Goals for the 117th Congress

    President Erwin continued to address the issues important to NFFE members including pay parity and pay caps, rolling back FERS employee contributions, protecting the FERS annuity supplement, creating a government-wide family leave benefit, continuing the A-76 mortarium, returning probation to one year...

Press Releases

  • Report Finds No Merit to Trump OPM-GSA Merger Wisdom

    The 114-page NAPA report included a number of recommendations regarding OPM authority and policies, but it was most condemning of the OPM-GSA merger as not having any legitimate impact on solving the problems or challenges associated with strategic human capital management and performance.
  • NFFE Welcomes the Bipartisan FAIR Act to give Federal Workers a Crucial 3.2% Pay Raise in 2022

    Today, NFFE applauds U.S. Senator Brian Schatz (D-HI) for introducing the Federal Adjustment of Income Rates (FAIR) Act to provide for a 3.2% pay increase for federal workers next year. The Senate version of the FAIR Act matches the House version introduced by U.S. Representative Gerry Connolly (D-VA) in January.

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federal employee union, having ratified its
constitution on September 17, 1917.