To all NCUA Bargaining Unit Employees,
We are pleased to inform the bargaining unit that NTEU and NCUA have reached a tentative agreement on the midterm collective bargaining agreement negotiations. We will have more information coming out shortly to NTEU members with respect to the details of the revised articles and the ratification process, but I wanted to take this time to let you know the good news.
NTEU Chapter 303 President
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Upcoming Initiatives to Negotiate
CBA NCUA/NTEU - We continue to negotiate CBA Articles 9 - Compensation, 14 - Travel and Expense, and 18 - Career Ladder. We will meet again in Alexandria Novemeber 28th - 30th. During this time, negotiations are fluid but we will be able to provide detailed information on the progress in coming to a fair agreement after this last regular negotiating session.
Secure USB Refresh – NCUA/NTEU successfully negotiated an agreement to replace the USB drive that are outdated These new USB drives provide the latest technology for employees to perform their job functions.
Computer Refresh - NTEU opened mid-term negotiations and provided roll-out proposals. A briefing is scheduled for Monday, November 27th.
Rental Cars – This is part of the current negotiations. NCUA wants to continue the practice of sharing rental vehicles. NTEU believes there are many obvious reasons this practice needs to be changed.
NTEU Sues OPM for Constitutional Violation Stemming From Massive Data Breaches
The national union for NTEU Chapter 303 is suing OPM on behalf of NTEU dues paying members. If successful, we could win lifetime credit monitoring and identity theft projection. Only dues paying members at the time of settlement are eligible. Now is the time to consider joining NTEU Chapter 303 or you could possibly be without the valuable protection that could affect your financial future.
NTEU is watching these bills that could affect
FIRREA Agency Employees
- H.R. 757 and S.255 provides a 3.20% raise for GS employees for 2018. While this does not impact NCUA we believe this proposed legislation helps other’s within the Federal Government.
- H.R. 785 seeks to roll back higher employee retirement contributions for federal workers hired since 2013.
- H.R. 2175 would lower overall prescription drug costs and premiums in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program.
- H.R. 532 would give federal employees six weeks of paid parental leave.
- Financial CHOICE Act could impact NCUA with additional congressional oversight of NCUA. While we do support credit union friendly measures like repeal of the Durbin amendment. Action needed!!http://action.nteu.org/app/onestep-write-a-letter?9&engagementId=342153
- H.R. 1137 would cut certain federal salaries immediately by 8.7 percent and limit future pay raises.
- H.R. 1230 would lower federal pensions.
- H.R. 417 would slash the federal workforce by 10 percent over two years.
- H.R. 4461 would prevent federal employees from voluntarily deducting dues.
- H.R. 1364 would limit certain union official’s benefits who utilize official time to serve bargaining unit employees.
The NTEU Legislation Department is closely monitoring these bills and is sharing with members of Congress what the impacts could be on our members. The Committee Chairman has expressed a strong commitment to bringing forward legislation to weaken consumer and depositor protections and to make changes in law requested by the banks and investment houses. Such legislation, which might be an amalgamation of some of the bills considered yesterday, certainly could also be a vehicle for making changes detrimental to FIRREA employees. Be assured we will take action to oppose any measures that negatively affect NTEU members. Use this link to contact your members of Congress. https://capwiz.com/nteu/home/ Please don't use your NCUA email address when contacting your member of Congress.