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Legal Eagle, May 2018 Edition
WEATHER LEAVE AND TELEWORK: New Rules Updates -New weather and safety leave regulations are in effect at federal agencies. May 10, 2018 was the deadline for federal agencies to have new rules in place implementing the Office of Personnel Management’s guidelines.   : : MORE

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Tell Your Senators to Vote ‘No’ on Gutting the VA
The VA Mission Act is a giant step toward dismantling the world-class VA health care system by allowing virtually unfettered access to private sector providers. That would mean large-scale privatization and the elimination of jobs. TAKE ACTION
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  May 18, 2018

NFFE-IAM Storms Capitol Hill for Federal Workers
The NFFE-IAM 2018 Legislative Week proved a huge success this week as NFFE members came to Washington, D.C. to fight for the financial and employment security of federal workers. Members attended more than 150 appointments with senators, representatives, and their staff over a four-day span.
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  May 11, 2018

Patricia La Sala of Local 1 Receives NFFE’s Lifetime Achievement Award
“Unionists like Patti are special and rare,” said NFFE National President Randy Erwin. “She has given so much of herself to this union, and been an inspiration to so many, it only makes sense to award her NFFE’s Lifetime Achievement Award"
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  May 9, 2018


Press Releases

Federal Employees Union Slams “Misleading” OPM Report on Official Time
“I am shocked that OPM would issue a report and make public statements about official time that are this misleading,” said Randy Erwin, NFFE National President. “Official time is essential for our federal government to run smoothly and efficiently, and it is without question a benefit to the American people.
Press Release  ·  May 17, 2018

NFFE OPPOSES "Shameful" Bill to Privatize Veterans’ Care
Today, the National Federation of Federal Employees (NFFE) expressed outrage at a bill scheduled for a vote this week in the U.S. House that, if passed, would allow for the privatization of veterans’ care and services to private providers inexperienced at treating veterans.
Press Release  ·  May 15, 2018