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Information is power, and NTEU members are among the most informed federal employees around. Here is why.

NTEU CBP members get exclusive access to news and information about their workplace from two sources: the NTEU CBP Update , our e-newsletter, and the Members Only page.

Here is what you'll find on the Members page:

  • Your NTEU-CBP contract
  • The job swap database
  • Bid and rotation information

  NTEU is on CBPnet Secure

NTEU has developed a page with information about the union’s accomplishments on CBPnet Secure, the agency’s online employee portal.

Bargaining unit employees can read about the rights and protections of NTEU members and get information on member benefits. Visit the NTEU page from a government computer.

Making Headlines

Republicans Consider Cutting G Fund Interest Rate to Raise Money, FedSmith, July 15

Acting U.S. personnel chief takes over agency with big problems, Washington Post, July 14

OPM proposes expanding locality pay to 13 new areas, Federal Times, June 1

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NTEU Press Releases

NTEU Opposes Benefit Cuts to Federal Workers’ Comp Program 

NTEU Leader Urges Congress To End DHS ‘Funding Impasse,’ Avoid Shutdown 

Chaffetz, Cummings Address NTEU’s 2015 Legislative Conference 

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Job Swap

Take advantage of NTEU's Job Swap Database providing members with the ability to swap positions with other employees who are in the same job series, grade, and specialty designation.


Fifth Week of Bargaining Wraps Up with Slight Progress

  Bargaining Table

As expected, bargaining over a new contract has been tough with CBP attempting to reduce or eliminate some current employee rights.

Proposals from the early round of negotiations—bid, rotation and placement, scheduling, overtime, and temporary assignments—have been set aside so talks could begin on the remaining articles. Negotiations on the nearly 30 other articles have produced some progress. Hopefully, this slight momentum will continue when negotiations return to the articles addressing assignment of work. Read more


Arbitration Win in Voluntary Reassignment Grievance

Siding with NTEU, an arbitrator found that CBP improperly filled vacancies by failing to follow negotiated voluntary reassignment procedures.

NTEU filed a national grievance in May 2014 alleging the agency was filling vacancies with employees who were not the most senior employees from the National Reassignment Opportunity Bulletin (NROB) roster. Many instances included current employees who applied for their own positions, accepted pay cuts to entry-level grades and then took reassignments to their new preferred duty locations, while bargaining unit employees with more seniority remained on the NROB rosters without any movement. Read more


NTEU Continues Push for More Funding

NTEU is closely monitoring appropriations bills for the Department of Homeland Security that are moving in both chambers of Congress.

Both the House and Senate Appropriations Committees have approved separate versions of the fiscal year (FY) 2016 DHS funding bill. Both provide CBP funding to support 23,775 CBP Officers at the ports of entry but no additional funding to increase the number of agriculture inspection and trade enforcement staffing to adequately address increased trade volumes and as called for in CBP’s Workforce Staffing Model.

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Why Join NTEU?

By joining NTEU, you are a part of the latest chapter in our long and accomplished history at CBP that began in 1975, at what was then the U.S. Customs Service.

Today, NTEU is proud to represent more than 24,000 CBP employees under a strong and vibrant contract.

Here are some of the benefits NTEU worked hard to secure at the bargaining table, on Capitol Hill and in the workplace:

  • A robust telework program

  • Transit subsidies

  • Alternative work schedules

  • Parking benefits

  • Proper pay for overtime

  • A job swap program

  • Voluntary reassignments

  • Enhanced retirement benefit for CBPOs

  • A higher uniform allowance

  • A fair, transparent and consistent bid and rotation system

  • Performance awards

  • A foreign language awards program

  • A say in your office space

  • A stronger grievance procedure

NTEU members also get low group rates on a range of insurance programs to protect members and their families, and discounts on consumer goods, moving expenses and vacation options. Get a detailed information about NTEU member benefits.

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Simply submit this completed membership form to your NTEU representative, or email us with questions.

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