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NARFE Reacts to President Trump’s Government Reorganization Plan

Sweeping changes could be coming to the Office of Personnel Management if Congress approves Trump’s proposals. READ MORE

 

      

NARFE Issues Statement in Response to Senate Appropriations Committee’s Inclusion of Federal Pay Raise in FY19 Appropriations Bill

This modest, yet much-deserved raise for America’s hardworking, middle-class federal employees is welcome and is an investment that will maintain and strengthen the federal workforce.READ MORE

 

      

NARFE SEEKS FEDERAL EMPLOYEE PAY RAISE VIA APPROPRIATIONS

In a letter to The Honorable Rodney Frelinghuysen, Chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, NARFE President Richard G. Thissen requests that federal workers receive a meaningful pay raise – in line with private-sector pay increases in 2019.READ MORE

 

      

NARFE Staff Addresses Impact of Proposed Benefit Cuts on Government Matters show

With proposed cuts to earned benefits affecting both feds and retirees, NARFE Staff Vice President, Advocacy Jessica Klement appeared on Government Matters to discuss the impact on hiring federal workers and what modernization of the civil service system may look like.READ MORE

 

      

NARFE is proud to honor our nation’s public servants

Each day they serve, protect, and improve life for all Americans. Our nation is stronger because of their hard work both on the front lines and behind the scenes, keeping government running efficiently, effectively and safely.READ MORE

 

      

NARFE Issues Statement in Response to OPM Proposed Cuts to Earned Benefits

“Diminishing the value of retirement benefits in any way for those who have already earned them – including by eliminating or reducing COLAs, altering how they are calculated, or eliminating an entire element of the pension – fails to honor the basic commitments made to our public servants,” said NARFE President Richard G. Thissen.READ MORE

 

      

NARFE Disappointed in Senate Postal Reform Bill

Disappointed with both the introduction of the Postal Reform Act of 2018, and the request for the bill to bypass the committee process, NARFE President Richard G. Thissen issued a statement today that details how proposed changes would affect retirees of the postal service. “This proposal seeks to balance the books of the United States Postal Service (USPS) on the backs of postal retirees,” he said. READ MORE

 

      

Survivor Benefits: Ensure Your Peace of Mind

July 26 at 2 p.m. ET

Confused by federal survivor elections? James Marshall, Head of NARFE Federal Benefits Institute, explains your choices so your dependents will be protected. Register here.

 

      

OPM Director Dr. Jeff Pon to Speak at FEDcon18

Pon will share his vision and priorities for the federal workforce on Monday, August 27.READ MORE

 

      

NARFE reacts to President Trump's FY19 Budget

NARFE objects to $152.5 billion in cuts to earned federal benefits laid out in President Trump’s FY19 Budget. “This budget request is a continuation of unprecedented attacks on the earned pay and benefits of our nation’s public servants by this White House,” said NARFE President Richard G. Thissen. Click here to read more.

 

      

FAQs

TSP Modernization Act of 2017

This new law is a big win for the federal community – but it may take up to 2 years to issue regulations. Get your questions answered on Thrift Savings Plan changes. Find out more!

 

      

YOUR VOTE COUNTS!

2018 NARFE elections

NARFE members will vote on candidates for office and proposed bylaws and resolutions in the June 2018 issue of narfe magazine or online. Find FAQs, candidate statements, ballot questions and proposed bylaws and resolutions here!

 

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August 26-28 | Jacksonville, FL
Learn from the best at FEDcon18, the premier training conference for the federal community.

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NARFE (National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association) 606 N. Washington St., Alexandria, VA 22314, Phone: (703) 838-7760, Fax: (703) 838-7785.

 

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NARFE Reacts to President Trump’s Government Reorganization Plan

Sweeping changes could be coming to the Office of Personnel Management if Congress approves Trump’s proposals. READ MORE

 

 

​

NARFE Issues Statement in Response to Senate Appropriations Committee’s Inclusion of Federal Pay Raise in FY19 Appropriations Bill

This modest, yet much-deserved raise for America’s hardworking, middle-class federal employees is welcome and is an investment that will maintain and strengthen the federal workforce.READ MORE

 

 

​

NARFE SEEKS FEDERAL EMPLOYEE PAY RAISE VIA APPROPRIATIONS

In a letter to The Honorable Rodney Frelinghuysen, Chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, NARFE President Richard G. Thissen requests that federal workers receive a meaningful pay raise – in line with private-sector pay increases in 2019.READ MORE

 

 

​

NARFE Staff Addresses Impact of Proposed Benefit Cuts on Government Matters show

With proposed cuts to earned benefits affecting both feds and retirees, NARFE Staff Vice President, Advocacy Jessica Klement appeared on Government Matters to discuss the impact on hiring federal workers and what modernization of the civil service system may look like.READ MORE

 

 

​

NARFE is proud to honor our nation’s public servants

Each day they serve, protect, and improve life for all Americans. Our nation is stronger because of their hard work both on the front lines and behind the scenes, keeping government running efficiently, effectively and safely.READ MORE

 

 

​

NARFE Issues Statement in Response to OPM Proposed Cuts to Earned Benefits

“Diminishing the value of retirement benefits in any way for those who have already earned them – including by eliminating or reducing COLAs, altering how they are calculated, or eliminating an entire element of the pension – fails to honor the basic commitments made to our public servants,” said NARFE President Richard G. Thissen.READ MORE

 

 

​

NARFE Disappointed in Senate Postal Reform Bill

Disappointed with both the introduction of the Postal Reform Act of 2018, and the request for the bill to bypass the committee process, NARFE President Richard G. Thissen issued a statement today that details how proposed changes would affect retirees of the postal service. “This proposal seeks to balance the books of the United States Postal Service (USPS) on the backs of postal retirees,” he said. READ MORE

 

 

​

Survivor Benefits: Ensure Your Peace of Mind

July 26 at 2 p.m. ET

Confused by federal survivor elections? James Marshall, Head of NARFE Federal Benefits Institute, explains your choices so your dependents will be protected. Register here.

 

 

​

OPM Director Dr. Jeff Pon to Speak at FEDcon18

Pon will share his vision and priorities for the federal workforce on Monday, August 27.READ MORE

 

 

​

NARFE reacts to President Trump's FY19 Budget

NARFE objects to $152.5 billion in cuts to earned federal benefits laid out in President Trump’s FY19 Budget. “This budget request is a continuation of unprecedented attacks on the earned pay and benefits of our nation’s public servants by this White House,” said NARFE President Richard G. Thissen. Click here to read more.

 

 

​

FAQs

TSP Modernization Act of 2017

This new law is a big win for the federal community – but it may take up to 2 years to issue regulations. Get your questions answered on Thrift Savings Plan changes. Find out more!

 

 

​

YOUR VOTE COUNTS!

2018 NARFE elections

NARFE members will vote on candidates for office and proposed bylaws and resolutions in the June 2018 issue of narfe magazine or online. Find FAQs, candidate statements, ballot questions and proposed bylaws and resolutions here!

 

 

 

 

Renew now!