Featured News Article

NFFE Leaders Chart Nationwide Organizing Plan for 2019
This week, a group of National Federation of Federal Employees (NFFE) leaders, including national business representatives, National Executive Council (NEC) officers, headquarters staff, organizers, benefits providers, and council representatives, forge NFFE’s membership building plan for 2019.   : : MORE

News Articles

NFFE Member Update: Shutdown Threat Pushed Back to Dec. 21st
Agencies with full 2019 funding do not have to worry about the Grinch stealing Christmas (VA, Energy, Defense, Labor, HHS, Education) but for agencies still waiting (USDA, Interior, HUD, EPA, DHS, and many small agencies) the threat remains real.
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Dec 7, 2018

NFFE Swings Hard at Federal Salary Council Attempt to Blur Pay Gap
On Tuesday November 13, the Federal Salary Council (FSC) of the Office of Personnel Management held a public hearing to debate, among other issues related to federal pay, whether to change federal-private pay gap calculations to include “total compensation” rather than a focus on salary level.
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Nov 15, 2018

Veterans Day Message from NFFE National President Randy Erwin
This Sunday is Veterans Day. It gives me great pride to recognize and honor the millions of men and women who have selflessly answered the call to serve in our nation’s armed forces.
News Item  ·  From the Desk of NFFE National President Erwin  ·  Nov 9, 2018


Press Releases

Union Catches VA Official Illegally Recording Negotiation Session
“This is an egregious, all-out affront to federal employees, especially at the VA,” stated NFFE Associate General Counsel Summerlin. “There is no excuse good enough to justify the illegal recording of negotiations. This is the very definition of bad faith bargaining..."
Press Release  ·  Sep 5, 2018

NFFE and Coalition Unions Victorious in Executive Order Lawsuit Against Trump
“It is clear from the decision that the court found overwhelmingly that President Trump overstepped his authority when he issued the Executive Orders,” stated Suzanne Summerlin, NFFE Associate General Counsel and Lead Counsel for the coalition lawsuit. “Federal employees can return to work on Monday knowing that their rights are intact, and that presidential overreach targeting career civil servants was curbed.”
Press Release  ·  Aug 25, 2018