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    The standards of conduct provisions of the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 (CSRA), among other statutes, guarantee certain rights to Federal employees who exercise their statutory right to become a member of a union representing Federal employees. The provisions also impose certain responsibilities on officers of these unions to ensure union democracy, financial integrity, and transparency. The Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS) is the Federal agency with primary authority to enforce many standards of conduct provisions. If you need additional information, please contact OLMS at 1-866-4-USA-DOL FREE. If you suspect a violation of these rights or responsibilities, you should refer to your union’s constitution and bylaws for information on union procedures, timeliness, and remedies. Complaints may be filed with OLMS after exhaustion of reasonable internal union remedies. See 29 C.F.R. §§ 452.135, 458.54.

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  • Access to Information on Legislation affecting Federal Employees


    In an effort to be more engaged with issues directly affecting the pay or benefits of federal workers, I am hopeful that this page will provide you with the information that you need to have your voice heard by Congress.

    This link will provide you with a connection to NTEU's "Capwiz."  Essentially, Capwiz is a means for employees to review legislation profiled by NTEU's legislative coordinators.  It will provide information into what the legislation will do and how it affects federal employees.  I encourage you all to visit this page often and provide feedback to your members of Congress.  The process of submitting your advocacy request takes little more than 2-3 minutes.  Below is a summary of the process.

    • Click on the Link
    • Review the legislation profiled by NTEU
    • Add your name, address, email and phone number
    • Choose Chapter 103 - CBP Long Beach
    • Click Send

    It is that easy!  Each time that you submit an inquiry to your members of Congress, you are speaking in unison with NTEU.

    If you have any questions on any of these issues or this process, please contact NTEU Chapter 103 at (562) 366-5799.


    Paul Sumbi, President

    May 16, 2015

    Page Last Updated: May 16, 2015 (17:10:10)
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