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Welcome to the NFFE FL7 / IAMAW Website.

We are a Federal Union Local Lodge, representing employees that make up the Bargaining Unit of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Portland District, Walla Walla District, and USDA Rural Development in Oregon. Go to the "About" page to read more in depth information about our Union at the National and Local levels.

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Take a look at "New items of interest" below.

General Meeting Call in information

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Attention Executive Board Members.

Executive board meetings are conducted using a different call in number than the one used for the General meeting. This number will be provided to those serving on the Executive Board (via email from the organizer) prior to the meetings .

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New items of Interest

Feds Under Fire: Trump Budget Policy Hits Hard for No Reason
Legislation Would Extend Probationary Period for New Feds to Two Years
Unions Prevail! Federal Benefits Safe…For Now
Leaked Compensation Proposals
Koch Brothers Aim to Strip Protections from Federal Employees
House Committee Holds Day-Long Markup Hearing on Chairman Shuster’s AIRR Act (H.R. 2997)
Urged by NFFE, House Democrats Opposing Cuts to Federal Employee Retirement
Time for Federal Workers to Fight Back
Lawmaker Looks to Expedite Federal Firings, Demotions and Pay Cuts
DoD Releases hiring Freeze Guidance
The Holman Rule
2017 Training Opportunities Posted
Post Convention NFFE Bylaws Changes
Bill Introduced to Make Federal Employees At-Will Workers
Randy Erwin Elected NFFE National President
Legal Eagle June 2016 (pdf)
Legal Eagle May 2016 (A periodic flyer of notable labor and employment cases) (requires a pdf reader).
Know Your NFFE-IAM Member Rights
NFFE Federal Lodge 7 Election Results 2015
10 Years of Protection Services for Hack Victims
Bill Introduced to Provide Lifetime of Identity Protection
NFFE and Allies Send Letter to President Regarding Data Breach
OPM security breach