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It’s officially tax season. As we enter the third tax season during this global pandemic, NTEU thanks the frontline IRS ...
01/24/2022

It’s officially tax season. As we enter the third tax season during this global pandemic, NTEU thanks the frontline IRS employees around the country who work to process tax returns, assist taxpayers and collect the revenue that keeps our country running.

It’s officially tax season. As we enter the third tax season during this global pandemic, NTEU thanks the frontline IRS employees around the country who work to process tax returns, assist taxpayers and collect the revenue that keeps our country running.

National President Tony Reardon today told Congress that persistent staffing shortages and the global pandemic are takin...
01/19/2022

National President Tony Reardon today told Congress that persistent staffing shortages and the global pandemic are taking a toll on the frontline Customs and Border Protection employees who work at the nation’s ports of entry. Read more: https://bit.ly/3GLM31M

National President Tony Reardon today told Congress that persistent staffing shortages and the global pandemic are taking a toll on the frontline Customs and Border Protection employees who work at the nation’s ports of entry. Read more: https://bit.ly/3GLM31M

The Office of Personnel Management released guidance directing all FEHBP carriers to provide full coverage of over-the-c...
01/18/2022

The Office of Personnel Management released guidance directing all FEHBP carriers to provide full coverage of over-the-counter COVID-19 tests. Read this story and more in today’s e-Bulletin: https://bit.ly/3Km7kkU

The Office of Personnel Management released guidance directing all FEHBP carriers to provide full coverage of over-the-counter COVID-19 tests. Read this story and more in today’s e-Bulletin: https://bit.ly/3Km7kkU

On Jan. 17, 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed an executive order that for the first time gave federal employees the...
01/17/2022

On Jan. 17, 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed an executive order that for the first time gave federal employees the right to unionize and engage in collective bargaining. Although private-sector employees had enjoyed these basic rights for decades, the moment was a milestone for federal workers.

On Jan. 17, 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed an executive order that for the first time gave federal employees the right to unionize and engage in collective bargaining. Although private-sector employees had enjoyed these basic rights for decades, the moment was a milestone for federal workers.

NTEU commemorates the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and we honor those who continue his fight for a better Amer...
01/17/2022

NTEU commemorates the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and we honor those who continue his fight for a better America.

NTEU commemorates the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and we honor those who continue his fight for a better America.

NTEU is endorsing legislation introduced in the House and Senate today that would provide federal employees an average 5...
01/13/2022

NTEU is endorsing legislation introduced in the House and Senate today that would provide federal employees an average 5.1 percent pay increase next year. The #FAIRAct consists of a 4.1 percent average increase across-the-board plus 1 percent for locality pay. Read more: https://bit.ly/33zLaur

NTEU is endorsing legislation introduced in the House and Senate today that would provide federal employees an average 5.1 percent pay increase next year. The #FAIRAct consists of a 4.1 percent average increase across-the-board plus 1 percent for locality pay. Read more: https://bit.ly/33zLaur

Death benefits for federal employees killed on the job would increase under NTEU-endorsed bipartisan legislation introdu...
01/12/2022

Death benefits for federal employees killed on the job would increase under NTEU-endorsed bipartisan legislation introduced yesterday. The Honoring Civil Servants Killed in the Line of Duty Act would raise the benefit for survivors from $10,000 to $100,000 and raise the payment for funeral expenses to $8,800. Read more: https://bit.ly/3qhq7WC

Death benefits for federal employees killed on the job would increase under NTEU-endorsed bipartisan legislation introduced yesterday. The Honoring Civil Servants Killed in the Line of Duty Act would raise the benefit for survivors from $10,000 to $100,000 and raise the payment for funeral expenses to $8,800. Read more: https://bit.ly/3qhq7WC

NTEU’s Legislative Advisory Committee met virtually to recommend the union’s five priority issues for 2022. Find out wha...
01/11/2022

NTEU’s Legislative Advisory Committee met virtually to recommend the union’s five priority issues for 2022. Find out what NTEU will be fighting for on Capitol Hill this year. Plus, the White House released a report today advising federal agencies to update and strengthen their policies to protect scientific integrity. Read these stories and more in today’s e-Bulletin: https://bit.ly/3FiscG3

NTEU’s Legislative Advisory Committee met virtually to recommend the union’s five priority issues for 2022. Find out what NTEU will be fighting for on Capitol Hill this year. Plus, the White House released a report today advising federal agencies to update and strengthen their policies to protect scientific integrity. Read these stories and more in today’s e-Bulletin: https://bit.ly/3FiscG3

The General Services Administration announced it is increasing the mileage reimbursement rate for federal employees to 5...
01/04/2022

The General Services Administration announced it is increasing the mileage reimbursement rate for federal employees to 58.5 cents per mile driven, up 2.5 cents from 2021. Read this story and more in today’s e-Bulletin: https://bit.ly/3q2W5WF

The General Services Administration announced it is increasing the mileage reimbursement rate for federal employees to 58.5 cents per mile driven, up 2.5 cents from 2021. Read this story and more in today’s e-Bulletin: https://bit.ly/3q2W5WF

01/01/2022
OPM has released 2022 pay tables putting in place the average 2.7 percent pay increase for 2022. Read more: https://bit....
12/23/2021

OPM has released 2022 pay tables putting in place the average 2.7 percent pay increase for 2022. Read more: https://bit.ly/3EoBYG9

OPM has released 2022 pay tables putting in place the average 2.7 percent pay increase for 2022. Read more: https://bit.ly/3EoBYG9

Federal employees on average will receive a 2.7 percent raise in 2022 according to an executive order issued today by Pr...
12/23/2021

Federal employees on average will receive a 2.7 percent raise in 2022 according to an executive order issued today by President Biden. OPM will next issue pay tables for 2022. Read more: https://bit.ly/3EoBYG9

Federal employees on average will receive a 2.7 percent raise in 2022 according to an executive order issued today by President Biden. OPM will next issue pay tables for 2022. Read more: https://bit.ly/3EoBYG9

NTEU is asking GSA to increase the mileage reimbursement rate in line with the standard mileage rates the IRS announced ...
12/21/2021

NTEU is asking GSA to increase the mileage reimbursement rate in line with the standard mileage rates the IRS announced for 2022. Plus, a new executive order on improving customer service outlines a process for streamlining the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program. Read these stories and more in today’s e-Bulletin: https://bit.ly/3qjWLWr

NTEU is asking GSA to increase the mileage reimbursement rate in line with the standard mileage rates the IRS announced for 2022. Plus, a new executive order on improving customer service outlines a process for streamlining the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program. Read these stories and more in today’s e-Bulletin: https://bit.ly/3qjWLWr

12/21/2021
The Senate passed the FY 2022 National Defense Authorization Act providing all federal workers with two weeks of paid be...
12/16/2021

The Senate passed the FY 2022 National Defense Authorization Act providing all federal workers with two weeks of paid bereavement leave for the death of a child, and restoring a one-year probationary period for civilian employees of the Department of Defense starting in 2023. Read more: https://bit.ly/3yxr7s4

The Senate passed the FY 2022 National Defense Authorization Act providing all federal workers with two weeks of paid bereavement leave for the death of a child, and restoring a one-year probationary period for civilian employees of the Department of Defense starting in 2023. Read more: https://bit.ly/3yxr7s4

Financial assistance is available for federal employees in NTEU-represented agencies in Illinois, Kentucky and Tennessee...
12/15/2021

Financial assistance is available for federal employees in NTEU-represented agencies in Illinois, Kentucky and Tennessee following the weekend’s devastating tornadoes. Apply online for a grant from the NTEU Disaster Fund: https://bit.ly/3m7a9Mq

Financial assistance is available for federal employees in NTEU-represented agencies in Illinois, Kentucky and Tennessee following the weekend’s devastating tornadoes. Apply online for a grant from the NTEU Disaster Fund: https://bit.ly/3m7a9Mq

The Senate voted today on legislation to lift the debt ceiling, one day before the deadline Treasury Secretary Janet Yel...
12/14/2021

The Senate voted today on legislation to lift the debt ceiling, one day before the deadline Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen set for Congress to prevent a default. Read more on this and other stories in today’s e-Bulletin: https://bit.ly/3INoCql

The Senate voted today on legislation to lift the debt ceiling, one day before the deadline Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen set for Congress to prevent a default. Read more on this and other stories in today’s e-Bulletin: https://bit.ly/3INoCql

Today is the last day NTEU members have free access to the Consumers’ Checkbook Guide to Health Plans for Federal Employ...
12/13/2021

Today is the last day NTEU members have free access to the Consumers’ Checkbook Guide to Health Plans for Federal Employees. You can see plan costs in minutes and even compare standalone dental and vision plans. Don’t miss out: https://bit.ly/3ndjd1W

Today is the last day NTEU members have free access to the Consumers’ Checkbook Guide to Health Plans for Federal Employees. You can see plan costs in minutes and even compare standalone dental and vision plans. Don’t miss out: https://bit.ly/3ndjd1W

The #BuildBackBetterAct’s 10-year investment into the IRS would improve taxpayer services and allow the agency to rebuil...
12/09/2021

The #BuildBackBetterAct’s 10-year investment into the IRS would improve taxpayer services and allow the agency to rebuild after a decade of budget and staffing cuts. The legislation passed the House and awaits action by the Senate. Read more: https://bit.ly/3Ixm13I

The #BuildBackBetterAct’s 10-year investment into the IRS would improve taxpayer services and allow the agency to rebuild after a decade of budget and staffing cuts. The legislation passed the House and awaits action by the Senate. Read more: https://bit.ly/3Ixm13I

The House approved separate bills that would give federal employees two weeks of paid parental bereavement leave and mak...
12/08/2021

The House approved separate bills that would give federal employees two weeks of paid parental bereavement leave and make it easier to increase the debt ceiling and avoid a catastrophic government default. Read more: https://bit.ly/3pHCPfR

The House approved separate bills that would give federal employees two weeks of paid parental bereavement leave and make it easier to increase the debt ceiling and avoid a catastrophic government default. Read more: https://bit.ly/3pHCPfR

In congressional testimony, NTEU made the case for expanded telework, fair pay and strong benefits in the post-pandemic ...
12/07/2021

In congressional testimony, NTEU made the case for expanded telework, fair pay and strong benefits in the post-pandemic federal workplace. Do you have an exceptional coworker that you’d like to shine a spotlight on? Learn how you can nominate them for a 2022 Sammies Award. These stories and more in today’s e-Bulletin: https://bit.ly/3GiqzZG

In congressional testimony, NTEU made the case for expanded telework, fair pay and strong benefits in the post-pandemic federal workplace. Do you have an exceptional coworker that you’d like to shine a spotlight on? Learn how you can nominate them for a 2022 Sammies Award. These stories and more in today’s e-Bulletin: https://bit.ly/3GiqzZG

On this solemn anniversary, we remember those who lost their lives in the attack on Pearl Harbor.
12/07/2021

On this solemn anniversary, we remember those who lost their lives in the attack on Pearl Harbor.

On this solemn anniversary, we remember those who lost their lives in the attack on Pearl Harbor.

Are you a retiree with questions about FEHBP plan options and costs under Medicare? The Consumers’ Checkbook Guide to He...
12/06/2021

Are you a retiree with questions about FEHBP plan options and costs under Medicare? The Consumers’ Checkbook Guide to Health Plans has answers and it’s free for all NTEU members. Start crunching numbers: https://bit.ly/3ndjd1W

Are you a retiree with questions about FEHBP plan options and costs under Medicare? The Consumers’ Checkbook Guide to Health Plans has answers and it’s free for all NTEU members. Start crunching numbers: https://bit.ly/3ndjd1W

The Senate took quick action and passed the House-approved continuing resolution to keep the government funded through F...
12/03/2021

The Senate took quick action and passed the House-approved continuing resolution to keep the government funded through Feb. 18, 2022. The legislation now moves to the president’s desk and he is expected to sign it and avoid a disruption in government services.

The Senate took quick action and passed the House-approved continuing resolution to keep the government funded through Feb. 18, 2022. The legislation now moves to the president’s desk and he is expected to sign it and avoid a disruption in government services.

The House has approved a continuing resolution that will maintain government funding levels through Feb. 18. The legisla...
12/02/2021

The House has approved a continuing resolution that will maintain government funding levels through Feb. 18. The legislation now moves to the Senate. Stay tuned for updates. https://bit.ly/3DcLWda

The House has approved a continuing resolution that will maintain government funding levels through Feb. 18. The legislation now moves to the Senate. Stay tuned for updates. https://bit.ly/3DcLWda

The House is expected to vote today on a continuing resolution that will maintain government funding levels through Feb....
12/02/2021

The House is expected to vote today on a continuing resolution that will maintain government funding levels through Feb. 18. Read more: https://bit.ly/3deXXEs

The House is expected to vote today on a continuing resolution that will maintain government funding levels through Feb. 18. Read more: https://bit.ly/3deXXEs

Government funding expires at midnight Friday and Congress has yet to introduce a new continuing resolution that is nece...
12/02/2021

Government funding expires at midnight Friday and Congress has yet to introduce a new continuing resolution that is necessary to avoid a shutdown. NTEU is urging Congress to keep federal agencies funded and the government open and working for the American people. https://bit.ly/3Ek0gBW

Government funding expires at midnight Friday and Congress has yet to introduce a new continuing resolution that is necessary to avoid a shutdown. NTEU is urging Congress to keep federal agencies funded and the government open and working for the American people. https://bit.ly/3Ek0gBW

A new continuing resolution extending government funding through late January is expected shortly. Current funding expir...
11/30/2021

A new continuing resolution extending government funding through late January is expected shortly. Current funding expires on Friday. Read this and more in today’s e-Bulletin: https://bit.ly/3Da5Ntl

A new continuing resolution extending government funding through late January is expected shortly. Current funding expires on Friday. Read this and more in today’s e-Bulletin: https://bit.ly/3Da5Ntl

Consider donating to the Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund (FEEA) this #GivingTuesday to help your colleagu...
11/30/2021

Consider donating to the Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund (FEEA) this #GivingTuesday to help your colleagues affected by the coronavirus, natural disasters and unexpected financial hardships. Along with emergency assistance, donations help FEEA provide scholarships to federal employees and their families. NTEU is proud to partner with FEEA to assist federal employees in times of need. Learn more here: https://feea.org/

Consider donating to the Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund (FEEA) this #GivingTuesday to help your colleagues affected by the coronavirus, natural disasters and unexpected financial hardships. Along with emergency assistance, donations help FEEA provide scholarships to federal employees and their families. NTEU is proud to partner with FEEA to assist federal employees in times of need. Learn more here: https://feea.org/

11/25/2021
Last week, the administration released the President’s Management Agenda, which emphasizes building a strong federal wor...
11/23/2021

Last week, the administration released the President’s Management Agenda, which emphasizes building a strong federal workforce and the important role unions play in the future of the federal government. Plus, read how Chapter 224 is seizing new opportunities at the bargaining table. These stories and more: https://bit.ly/3DIiigS

Last week, the administration released the President’s Management Agenda, which emphasizes building a strong federal workforce and the important role unions play in the future of the federal government. Plus, read how Chapter 224 is seizing new opportunities at the bargaining table. These stories and more: https://bit.ly/3DIiigS

Got questions about the Federal Benefits Open Season? NTEU members not only have free access to the Consumers’ Checkbook...
11/19/2021

Got questions about the Federal Benefits Open Season? NTEU members not only have free access to the Consumers’ Checkbook Guide, but you can also send questions directly to their plan experts. Get started now. https://bit.ly/3ndjd1W

Got questions about the Federal Benefits Open Season? NTEU members not only have free access to the Consumers’ Checkbook Guide, but you can also send questions directly to their plan experts. Get started now. https://bit.ly/3ndjd1W

The House has approved legislation that will provide a dramatic and welcome infusion of resources into the IRS. The Buil...
11/19/2021

The House has approved legislation that will provide a dramatic and welcome infusion of resources into the IRS. The Build Back Better Act includes mandatory funding for the IRS of roughly $80 billion over the next 10 years. NTEU urges the Senate to quickly follow the House’s action and approve this bill. Read more: https://bit.ly/3oD9C4Y

The House has approved legislation that will provide a dramatic and welcome infusion of resources into the IRS. The Build Back Better Act includes mandatory funding for the IRS of roughly $80 billion over the next 10 years. NTEU urges the Senate to quickly follow the House’s action and approve this bill. Read more: https://bit.ly/3oD9C4Y

OPM released new guidance last week encouraging agencies to expand telework post-pandemic. Read this story and more in t...
11/16/2021

OPM released new guidance last week encouraging agencies to expand telework post-pandemic. Read this story and more in today’s e-Bulletin: https://bit.ly/30qlnU6

OPM released new guidance last week encouraging agencies to expand telework post-pandemic. Read this story and more in today’s e-Bulletin: https://bit.ly/30qlnU6

“We desperately need sufficient resources to be able to appropriately serve and support you and our country. The funding...
11/12/2021
Opinion | IRS commissioner: We desperately need resources so the agency can serve you and our country

“We desperately need sufficient resources to be able to appropriately serve and support you and our country. The funding proposal offers a historic opportunity to help the IRS help others. Congress must act,” said IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig in a Washington Post op-ed. NTEU agrees and strongly supports a provision in the Build Back Better plan that would provide the IRS with nearly $80 billion over 10 years to help rebuild the agency.

Without the dramatic increase in funding the Biden administration is calling for, the IRS can't adequately provide taxpayer services or catch tax cheats.

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