NTEU members can stay on top of all the shutdown news at our dedicated web page, daily emails and Facebook.
NTEU is endorsing legislation that would give federal employees a much-needed 3 percent bump in 2019, after years of pay freezes and inadequate raises. Learn more
Customs and Border Protection is operating with 3,700 fewer CBP Officers than it needs to keep our nation’s ports of entry operating safely and efficiently, President Tony Reardon told Congress. Read the news release and testimony.
NTEU supports legislation in the House and Senate to ensure that federal employees are not harmed financially by the inability of Congress and the administration to reach an agreement before appropriations lapse.
Last night, the Senate failed to advance the House-passed short-term continuing resolution which would continue funding federal agencies at FY 2017 levels until Feb. 16.
NTEU’s main focus is making sure federal employees are paid when the shutdown ends. We have a number of lawmakers working to make that happen. Today, National President Tony Reardon had a conference call with seven of them.
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NTEU was briefed today by officials from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) on executive branch preparations in case of a government shutdown.
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