The National Federation of Federal Employees/IAM. Chris Feutrier President Local 1521 406-362-4265 email@example.com. National Federation of Federal Employees/I.A.M. President Warren G. Harding and the NFFE Executive Council on the White House lawn in 1921 .
President Local 1521
President Warren G. Harding and the NFFE Executive Council on the White House lawn in 1921
As a personal representative for employees in variety of forums
Lobbying and Legislative efforts
As a bargaining unit employee represented by a labor organization, you have the right to request representation from the labor organization (i.e. Union) at any investigative examination/interview where you reasonably believe the examination may result in disciplinary action being taken against you. You may make this request at any time prior to or during the interview. If requested, the agency may opt to: suspend questioning and grant your request then resume the interview; discontinue the interview; or offer you the choice to proceed with the interview without a Union representative or to forego the interview.
Competitive Sourcing~Or, will my job still be here tomorrow?
1. Does the Forest Service have an effective and strategic process for selecting commercial activities for competition, and does that process properly consider the agency's long-term ability to effectively fulfill its essential missions, including wildfire management?
2. Does the Forest Service have an adequate infrastructure - including policies, people, and systems - in place to effectively manage its competitive sourcing program?
3. How does the Forest Service ensure that expected savings from competitive sourcing are actually achieved?
4. Does the Forest Service have procedures designed to ensure that all the costs of its competitive sourcing program- such as salaries, travel, training, oversight, and Support costs- are properly accounted for?
With our union, the federal employee has a legitimate voice in the workplace and an opportunity to be catalysts for positive change.