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03/06/2023
Union Members Take Federal Employee Issues to Capitol Hill

Washington D.C.  – More than 350 members of the National Treasury Employees Union are on Capitol Hill this week meeting with their senators and representatives about issues that are important to the federal workforce.  The union’s annual Legislative Conference opened this morning with speeches from NTEU National President Tony Reardon and Rep. Bennie Thompson ...

Blog
03/06/2023
Apply for a FEEA Scholarship by March 16

What makes FEEA scholarships unique is they are available only to federal employees, their spouses and dependent children. Apply by March 16 for scholarships of up to $7,500 for tuition and fees at any accredited college or university.   Each year, more than 200 students are awarded FEEA’s merit-based scholarships. Scholarship application and eligibility ...

Blog
03/03/2023
NTEU Wraps Up Successful Legislative Conference

In office after office, they brought frontline perspective to the pressing issues and asked for congressional support of federal employees. “Every conversation you have on the Hill will make a difference in the lives of your fellow union members,” National President Tony Reardon told attendees at NTEU’s Legislative Conference. “Your expertise and knowledge ...

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02/28/2023
Blog
02/16/2023
A Reminder to Check Your TSP Beneficiary Designations

During that transition, beneficiary information for some investors was not carried over from the old system into the new system.   While TSP has maintained all of your previously entered beneficiary information on file and it remains valid, it is recommended that TSP account holders log in and check their beneficiary status. If your account shows the ...

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02/15/2023
Thank You

Thank you for completing the questionnaire. Your answers will be submitted to the court to support our motion for summary judgment.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact NTEU Assistant Counsel Kate Bailey at kathryn.bailey@nteu.org.

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02/15/2023
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02/15/2023
News Release
02/14/2023
NTEU Endorses Legislation to Protect Merit-Based Civil Service

Washington D.C.  – Bipartisan legislation to keep the merit-based federal workforce from being politicized was introduced today and endorsed by the National Treasury Employees Union.  The Saving the Civil Service Act would prevent attempts to replace skilled, qualified career public servants with people chosen for their partisanship. The bill is sponsored by ...

Blog
02/08/2023
Spread #GovLove this Valentine's Day

The campaign runs from Feb. 13-17 and gives federal employees and government agencies the chance to send and receive appreciation and highlight public service. You can participate by sending a digital shout-out on Facebook or Twitter using the hashtag #GovLove and a personalized Valentine’s postcard. Learn more here. 

Blog
02/08/2023
Equal COLA Act Reintroduced in the House

The Equal COLA Act, introduced by Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-VA), would ensure that retirees in the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS) and Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS) both receive the same annual percentage cost of living (COLA) increase each year. Under existing law, the CSRS annual annuity increase is equal to the annual change in the third ...

News Release
02/07/2023
Paid Family Leave Proposal Endorsed by NTEU

Washington D.C. – Federal employees who experience a long-term medical crisis would have access to more paid leave under legislation introduced today in the House and Senate and endorsed by the National Treasury Employees Union. The Comprehensive Paid Leave for Federal Employees Act would provide up to 12 weeks of paid time off when a federal employee or ...

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02/07/2023
Blog
02/03/2023
UPDATE: House Approves Anti-Telework Legislation

Ahead of the vote, National President Tony Reardon wrote to House members urging them to vote against this bill. The legislation would require every federal agency to return to pre-pandemic telework policies, without regard to union contracts or proven positive results based on actual telework experience. “The so-called Show Up Act is based on false ...

Blog
02/01/2023
Reardon Urges House to Oppose Anti-Telework Bill

The bill is set for a vote on the House floor this week. The SHOW UP Act would mandate that all federal agencies abandon cost-saving telework programs and return to pre-pandemic telework policies, ending telework for tens of thousands of NTEU-represented employees. “Beyond the clear benefits to taxpayers in reduced leasing costs and increased productivity, ...

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01/31/2023
News Release
01/31/2023
Bill Would Boost Federal Wages an Average 8.7 Percent

Washington D.C. – Federal employees would receive an average 8.7 percent pay raise in 2024 under legislation introduced today and endorsed by the National Treasury Employees Union.   “Using fresh economic data, Congress and the administration can make federal pay adjustments that reflect current conditions, and this year’s proposal is on target,” said NTEU ...

Blog
01/24/2023
Get Ready for FEEA’s 2023 Feds in Motion Challenge

Move any way you like—walk, run, bike, swim or roll your wheelchair 37 miles (or more) over 37 days. The challenge kicks off May 1 and runs through June 6. All proceeds go to supporting FEEA’s programs which include disaster relief grants, emergency hardship loans and merit-based scholarships. As in previous years, NTEU is again proud to sponsor this ...