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Budget Restores Agency Funding, Supports Federal Workers

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The administration’s fiscal year (FY) 2017 budget would begin to repair the damage caused by past spending cuts, make much-needed investments to help federal workers better serve the public and stands in sharp contrast to recent congressional leadership plans to slash the federal workforce and reduce spending on the backs of federal employees.

NTEU National President Tony Reardon welcomed White House proposals to increase funding for federal agencies including the Internal Revenue Service, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission that provide critically important services and programs to taxpayers.

“This budget makes strategic and practical investments that will provide federal employees with the resources they need to execute their missions,” Reardon said.

The administration is supporting six weeks of paid parental leave for federal employees. “NTEU is a strong supporter of congressional paid parental leave bills for federal employees. Passage of this would bring the U.S. government in line with many private-sector companies and help federal agencies with recruitment and retention efforts,” said Reardon. More

Election 2016OPM DATA BREACH Ask lawmakers to ensure federal employee personal information is safeguarded.

PROTECT YOUR FUTURE Ask your senators to oppose any changes to the G Fund rate in the Thrift Savings Plan.

Act now to protect your pay, benefits and healthcare.

BOOST IRS FUNDING Ask your members of Congress to support adequate funding for the IRS

TAKE ACTION! Support the Federal Employee Paid Parental Leave Act.

OPM Completes Notifications Mailing

The Office of Personnel Management has completed the initial mailing of the notification letters to individuals impacted by the background investigation records incident.

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Taxpayers to Face Challenges in 2016; NTEU Offers Tips
With the 2016 tax-filing season here, taxpayers who seek assistance from the IRS will continue to face challenges although the agency received a small funding increase for this year.

NTEU Endorses Hillary Clinton for President

President Reardon Appointed to Key Boards

NTEU Blasts Plan to Hire Troubled Industry for Tax Collection Work

NTEU Renews Objection to Diverting Customs User Fees (Read the testimony)

NTEU Pushes for More IRS Funding  

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