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NFFE Statement on the Passing of Congressman Elijah E. Cummings
National Federation of Federal Employees National President Randy Erwin and Secretary-Treasurer Dave Stamey released the following statements in response to last night’s passing of U.S. Representative Elijah Cummings:   : : MORE

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UPDATE | President Trump's Executive Orders: Guidelines for NFFE Locals
On Wednesday September 25, NFFE and the other federal unions received disappointing news in our legal battle against the Trump Administration’s anti-union, anti-employee Executive Orders (EOs). Click inside for guidelines on how to handle agency implementation.
News Item  ·  From the Office of the General Counsel  ·  Oct 2, 2019

NFFE Leaders Present at Labor Law Conference
Today, three NFFE leaders presented on panels at the 37th Annual Federal Sector Labor Relations & Labor Law Conference, the nation’s longest-running labor law conference held each year at Chicago-Kent University Law School in Chicago, Illinois.
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Sep 19, 2019

House Ready to Avoid Shutdown on Oct. 1; Pay Increase Looking Better for 2020; NFFE Moves Fed Bills
The House of Representatives is poised to vote on a continuing resolution (CR) to keep the government funded through November 22, 2019 to give the Senate more time to pass its appropriations bills.
News Item  ·  National Federation of Federal Employees  ·  Sep 12, 2019


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Federal Employees Union Outraged by President Trump’s Thinly Veiled Threats of Retribution to Whistleblowers
Washington, D.C. – Today, the National Federation of Federal Employees (NFFE) expressed its outrage in response to the public comments made by President Trump yesterday where the POTUS threatened and intimidated a legally protected whistleblower and their informant by ordering that they be identified and insinuating that they were a spy that should be (presumably) killed like they would have been in the “old days.”
Press Release  ·  Sep 27, 2019

Federal Workers Rally to 'Stop Political Attacks' on America's Public Servants
NFFE Secretary–Treasurer David Stamey spoke at the rally, demanding a stop to efforts to water down civil service laws and workforce protections. “This Administration wants to kill due process and fairness in the workplace. They want to hire and fire at-will because they don’t care about discrimination, or qualifications. They want to bring back the corruption of the Spoils System and erase 243 years of hard lessons learned in government.”
Press Release  ·  Sep 24, 2019