NTEU Says Trump Elimination of Labor-Management Councils is Shortsighted

10/2/2017 Washington, D.C – The administration’s decision to dismantle national labor-management councils is a major step backward in the relationship between managers and frontline federal employees and will weaken efforts to make government more efficient and effective, said National Treasury Employees Union (NTEU) National President Tony Reardon. President Trump on Friday revoked two previous executive […]

Another Federal Union sues OPM Over Data Breaches

NTEU Sues OPM Over Cyberattacks Wednesday, July 8 2015 Washington, D.C.—The National Treasury Employees Union (NTEU) sued the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) today over the recent cyberattacks, alleging that the agency violated NTEU members’ constitutional rights by failing to protect their private information. The lawsuit, which was filed in the U.S. District Court for […]

Federal Union says OPM offered protections only to limited number of affected individuals

June 23, 2015  Washington, D.C.—The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) should immediately offer free credit and identity theft protection to all federal employees following the recent cyberattacks, which compromised the personal and financial details for an unknown number of current and former workers, the leader of National Treasury Employees Union (NTEU) told a Senate panel […]

Union President Promises Continued Fight Over Proposed Cuts in Workers Comp Benefits

Washington, D.C.—The leader of the nation’s largest independent union of federal employees today promised a continued fight to turn back legislative efforts that would result in unwarranted and serious cuts to federal workers’ compensation insurance payments. President Colleen M. Kelley of the National Treasury Employees Union (NTEU) expressed her disappointment at yesterday’s Senate Homeland Security […]

Federal Unions Raise Concerns About Health Care And Workers Compensation Provisions in Postal Bill

Three organizations representing current and retired federal worker have called on Congress to reject provisions in pending legislation that would sharply undercut the federal employee health care and workers’ compensation programs. The groups expressed their deep concerns about provisions in pending postal reform legislation in a letter to members of the Senate Homeland Security and […]