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NFFE President Responds to Shutdown Being Averted
“I am glad the adults in the room prevailed,” said NFFE National President Randy Erwin. “This government shutdown was madness. Another shutdown now would have been even worse. I am pleased to see that our political system in this country still functions well enough to keep our federal government funded and operational."   : : MORE

News Articles

Senate Majority Leader Fights Against Another Shutdown, Pushes for Agreement with House
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) strongly urged the Senate and House to come to an agreement on funding before the current Continuing Resolution runs out on February 15th.
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Feb 1, 2019

Join the NFFE FLSA Lawsuit Now!
NFFE-IAM has joined forces with Snider & Associates, LLC, and several other Unions to file a collective action lawsuit against the federal government based upon its failure to pay minimum wage and/or overtime to excepted employees who are working through the shutdown.
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Jan 25, 2019

Notice of Additional Resources and General Guidance for Shutdown Impacted Employees
We have been working to locate resources to assist those members affected by this shutdown. While resources may vary by locality, please see inside for various resources available for our members in need.
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Jan 24, 2019


Press Releases

NFFE to Trump: Put Pen to Paper and Sign the Bipartisan Deal to Avert a Shutdown
Washington, D.C. – Today, with a bipartisan deal to keep the government open through the next fiscal year being reached earlier this week, it appears that President Trump is set to sign the deal and avert what could have been another crisis for federal families.
Press Release  ·  Feb 13, 2019

NFFE: Agreement to Reopen Government Welcomed, ‘Never Let This Happen Again!’
Today, NFFE National President Randy Erwin responds to the announcement by President Trump to temporarily reopen the full government while negotiations continue on other fronts
Press Release  ·  Jan 25, 2019