NFFE Newsroom

  • IAMAW Grand Lodge Announces Dues Structure for 2022

    The IAMAW Grand Lodge has announced a new per capita tax rate for Local Lodges for 2022, raising NFFE member dues by $1.54 per pay period starting next year. Minimum dues payments for 2021 were set at $28.28 and will now be $29.82, as detailed in this letter from NFFE National Secretary-Treasurer Dave Stamey.
  • NFFE Attends White House Signing Ceremony of Historic Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to Help Wildland Firefighters

    Today, National Federation of Federal Employees (NFFE) National President Randy Erwin attended the signing ceremony at the White House with President Biden, Congressional leadership, governors, and others from around the country to celebrate the historic passing of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
  • NFFE Requests Adoption of OSHA Standards for Federal Employees

    This week, the National Federation of Federal Employees (NFFE) sent a letter to leadership at the White House and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to request that the recently announced OSHA COVID-19 vaccination standards for private-sector employees be applied equally to federal employees.
  • Veterans Day Message from NFFE National President Randy Erwin

    On Veterans Day we honor the military veterans who served to defend the United States and protect the interests of the American people. Our veterans have earned our gratitude through their selfless dedication and bravery, and the United States is a stronger nation because of their service and sacrifice.
  • Action Alert: Thank New Jersey Delegation for Supporting the WJHTC

    NFFE is asking FAA employees and New Jerseyans to send a letter thanking their Senators and Representatives for continuing to stand in opposition to a breakup of the William J. Hughes Technical Center.
  • Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Passed, Delivering Vital Resources for Wildland Firefighters

    Late Friday evening, the U.S. House of Representatives passed President Biden’s signature infrastructure package, appropriating $1.2 trillion to repair and enhance the nation’s transportation, energy, and water systems, among other broad improvements. The bill also includes new resources to protect the country from wildfires, allocating over $3 billion to revamp the federal wildfire workforce.
  • NFFE & IAM Unified in Opposition to Breaking Up FAA Technical Center in New Jersey

    Last week, the National Federation of Federal Employees (NFFE) and the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM), joined by the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE), penned a letter to FAA Administrator Steve Dickson to demand the agency halt plans to break up the William J. Hughes Technical Center (WJHTC) in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey.
  • NFFE Members Invited by Vice President Harris to Roundtable on Union Organizing and Collective Bargaining

    On Wednesday, members of the National Federation of Federal Employees (NFFE) were invited to join Vice President Kamala Harris and Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh at a White House roundtable to promote worker organizing and collective bargaining within the federal workforce. 
  • NFFE Summer Organizing Campaigns Deliver Strong Growth in Membership Despite Pandemic Challenges

    Over the last several months, NFFE Local leaders throughout the country, often with the assistance NFFE national business representatives, headquarters staff, and NFFE Council leaders, have been focused on organizing and increasing membership in their Locals, and experiencing great success.
  • Latest Guidance on Vaccine Requirements

    On Monday evening, the Safer Federal Workforce Task Force issued additional information on the vaccination requirement for Federal Employees.