NTEU joins the nation in celebrating the important contributions of Hispanic Americans to our federal government and our nation’s successes.
Voting is a privilege, a right, a duty, but it’s also an opportunity — especially if you’re a federal employee. The latest NTEU Bulletin helps you prepare for the midterms.
Thousands of NTEU members may be eligible for student loan debt reduction. Getting started and applying is easy, and the Oct. 31 deadline is fast approaching. Learn more.
Introducing NTEU Strong, our new members-only e-newsletter for those who have retired and those who may be nearing retirement. Read the first issue and subscribe here.
Federal employees and retirees on average will pay 8.7 percent more for health insurance in 2023, according to data released Friday about the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program.
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The House has joined the Senate in approving a Continuing Resolution (CR) to extend government funding through Dec.16. Current funding runs out today at midnight.
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Health and Safety
NTEU’s thoughts are with our members in Florida dealing with the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Ian. The safety of federal employees is NTEU’s number one priority.
NTEU Chapter 10 (IRS Chicago) recently helped 15-term Rep. Bobby L. Rush (D-Ill.) celebrate his upcoming retirement.
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