Planning for Potential Lapse in Funding

March 22, 2018 admin 0

Yesterday, Treasury issued a notice advising annual funding for the government expires on March 23, 2018, see attached file. The Administration does not believe it is necessary for a lapse in funding to occur, however, […]


Day 2 – Government Shutdown

January 21, 2018 admin 0

As of this afternoon, there is no clear path forward with Congress and the administration to end the government shutdown. While those efforts continue, you and other federal employees are suffering through uncertainty and confusion. […]


Freezing Pay is Not the Answer

December 26, 2017 admin 0

The reports that a pay freeze for fiscal 2019 may be in the works are disappointing. When the Obama administration and congress froze federal pay for three years, the effect on the federal workforce was […]



November 21, 2017 admin 0

A negotiated benefit for bargaining unit employees of the IRS. The IRS has provided NTEU National Office with the FY 2017 bargaining unit NPAA awards data, yesterday.  They have begun breaking the data down by chapter and […]

Cost Of Living Increase

NTEU Fights for 3.2% Pay Hike in 2018

May 22, 2017 admin 0

The administration is expected to include a 1.9 percent pay increase for federal employees in its 2018 budget proposal due this month. NTEU rejects that figure as too small. An increase of only 1.9 percent […]

National Memorandum

NTEU Helps You Receive Night Differential Pay

March 20, 2017 admin 0

Thousands of IRS employees across the country were not paid the right amount for Night Differential Pay between 2008 and 2014. NTEU fought for your pay by filing a National Grievance and the IRS agreed […]


White House Issues Federal Hiring Freeze

February 15, 2017 admin 0

President Trump signed a memorandum implementing an immediate hiring freeze on all executive branch agencies, unless they meet a specialized exception. The freeze exempts military personnel and provides agencies with the ability to continue to fill […]