Despite Congress passing a three-month continuing resolution, threats to federal employee pay and retirement still loom large. Learn about the proposals that impact you and how you can make your voice heard.
NTEU is working on multiple fronts to help those impacted by the storms threatening our communities. Here are some ways you can help your fellow federal employees in need.
NTEU is taking to the television and social media to shine a spotlight on the many important contributions federal workers make to the country. Learn more
NTEU is disappointed by the federal district court’s decision to dismiss its lawsuit concerning the sweeping data breaches that the Office of Personnel Management revealed in June 2015. “We immediately appealed the district court’s decision to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit,”...
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Any employee at any NTEU-represented agency can receive help from the NTEU Disaster Fund, which provides grants for major homes repairs not covered by insurance, temporary lodging and beds destroyed in a disaster.
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Although Congress passed a three-month continuing resolution (CR), severe cuts to pay for current employees and pensions for retirees are still on the table.
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As soon a Hurricane Harvey hit, NTEU reached out to the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) asking if OPM would authorize agencies to put in place emergency leave transfer programs (ELTP) to help federal employees dealing with hardships in the aftermath of the storm. After OPM did this, NTEU urged agencies to immediately establish ELTPs. Several agencies have done so.
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