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04/18/2024
NTEU Has Been Breaking New Ground For Decades

Here are some rights and benefits that exist for federal employees because of NTEU’s efforts: • Enhanced AWS and telework options • Proper overtime pay now • Procedures for fair evaluations and promotions • Flexible spending accounts and long-term care insurance • Protection against arbitrary reassignments, reductions-in-force and unfair ...

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04/18/2024
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04/17/2024
Staff Vacancies

National Negotiator or Assistant Counsel -Washington, D.C. (Expires May 1)

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04/17/2024
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04/16/2024
NTEU e-Bulletin

NTEU Remembers Oklahoma City Bombing Victims Friday marks the 29th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing. On April 19, 1995, 168 people—federal workers, members of the public and children—were killed in an attack against our government and those who proudly serve. As we remember those who lost their lives ...

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04/16/2024
Show Your Support for Remote Work

NTEU, Chief Counsel at Impasse Over Telework, Awards and Space  After concluding the mediation phase of bargaining, NTEU and Chief Counsel failed to reach agreement over articles covering awards, telework and office space. The next step is for NTEU to seek assistance from the Federal Service Impasses Panel (FSIP), which has the authority to resolve this ...

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04/12/2024
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04/12/2024
On Tax Day, NTEU Celebrates IRS Investments and Success

WASHINGTON – For the second year in a row, American taxpayers have experienced first-hand a successful tax filing season aided by better customer service from a larger, more accessible IRS workforce, thanks to the resources provided by the Inflation Reduction Act. The 2024 tax filing season ends Monday, April 15, and the data so far show the IRS continues to ...

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04/10/2024
OPM Establishes Safeguards Against Schedule F

Federal Employee Appeal Rights Expanded  NTEU has been working to protect employees if a future president attempts to move their positions to a new category—something commonly referred to as Schedule F—with the goal of making them easier to fire.  As part of that effort, NTEU supported a proposed regulation that would allow employees to file a challenge with ...

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04/10/2024
Chapter-Run Website and Facebook Pages

Chapter 4, IRS Iowa Facebook Chapter 9, IRS Cincinnati Facebook  Chapter 14, IRS St. Louis Facebook - Website Chapter 20, IRS San Francisco Facebook - Website Chapter 22, IRS Philadelphia Facebook  ...

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04/10/2024
Chapter-Run Website and Facebook Pages

Chapter 4, IRS Iowa Facebook Chapter 9, IRS Cincinnati Facebook  Chapter 14, IRS St. Louis Facebook - Website Chapter 20, IRS San Francisco Facebook - Website Chapter 22, IRS Philadelphia Facebook  ...

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04/10/2024
New Student Debt Relief Plan Announced

More than 25 million borrowers now owe more than what they originally borrowed, due to the interest accrued on their federal student loans. The administration outlined canceling up to $20,000 of the amount a borrower’s balance growth due to unpaid interest on their loans after entering repayment, regardless of income. No application will be needed for NTEU ...

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04/04/2024
NPS Shares ‘Total Eclipse of the Park’

There won’t be another opportunity to experience a total solar eclipse like this until 2044 (seen in North Dakota and Montana), so if you’re curious, NPS has a few ideas: How to safely see the eclipse Where to best view   Get the whole family involved with Junior Ranger Ideas Happy viewing!

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04/04/2024
Pushing Back on the Critics

The OPM final regulation ensures that employees transferred to a new Schedule F would maintain their rights to challenge an adverse action like being fired. So now the groups are lashing out at it with a mix of weak legal arguments and misleading claims in their public comments. Check out this summary of opposing groups' comments, followed by NTEU’s ...

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04/04/2024
OPM Establishes Safeguards Against Schedule F

WASHINGTON – Any future administration determined to politicize the federal workforce will not be able to randomly fire career civil servants without cause under new regulations proposed by NTEU and finalized today by the Office of Personnel Management. “With these regulations, President Biden’s administration has strengthened the guardrails around the ...

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04/03/2024
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03/22/2024
NTEU Supports Proposed Rule to Limit Agency Relocations

WASHINGTON – Federal agencies considering moving offices to distant locations would have to first consult employees, analyze the cost and ensure that the move would not result in massive staff departures or loss of diversity, under requested regulations endorsed by NTEU. A pending petition with the Office of Personnel Management urges OPM to establish rules to ...

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03/21/2024
Biden Announces $5.8 Billion More in Student Debt Relief

Total relief through PSLF is now $62.5 billion for 871,000 borrowers since October 2021. The relief is a result of fixes that the administration made to the PSLF program at the urging of NTEU and its members who were previously denied relief they believed they were getting. Prior to these fixes, only about 7,000 borrowers had ever received forgiveness. ...

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03/20/2024