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NTEU asked a number of pointed questions regarding the surge in premiums costs for the federal long-term care program, in congressional testimony. A key House subcommittee conducted a hearing on the issue. Read NTEU’s statement.
Five federal employees or their family members have been chosen to receive this year’s college scholarships endowed by NTEU and administered by the Federal Employee Education & Assistance Fund.
With just days until funding runs out for the federal government, a continuing resolution was released Tuesday night to keep the federal government operating through April 28, 2017.
NTEU represents members at several agencies whose work every day ensures the financial system has appropriate safeguards and protections.
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Setting the final—actual—amount of the federal pay increase effective each January is a multi-step process. One more step was checked off this week when the president sent a letter to Congress. In it, he told Congress that he plans to provide a 1% across-the-board increase with an additional 0.6% for overall locality pay raises.
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In the News
There are four steps Congress should take to help agencies compete for the skilled talent they need. Agencies tackle complex problems that require skilled professionals. These steps will help attract the best and the brightest to government—including millennials.
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