Changing Your Address With NTEU

Woman holding baby and a document in front of a computer while talking on the phone on her shoulder.We have all experienced the chaos that ensues when moving. Even a local move entails a long list of address changes involving driver’s licenses, utilities, and notification to friends, family, and your agency of your new address. Entering a change of address with an agency does not result in an address change in NTEU’s records. Failure to notify NTEU of a new address will prevent you from receiving a membership card, the Bulletin, and other written communications from NTEU that get mailed via U.S. Mail.

Since the moving process is so hectic, NTEU has devised a way for you to change your address directly in NTEU’s membership records without having to call, e-mail, or complete yet another form. On the NTEU web site, the Manage Account link is located under your name in the yellow box in the upper right hand corner of every page. Be sure you are registered and logged in, and then click on the Manage Account link under your name. Note that this button will not appear until you have logged in and the yellow box in the upper right hand corner has changed from “Log In” to your name.

Any member can always update contact information through the NTEU site. Simply log in by clicking on the yellow box on the top right corner of the page. Once logged in, click on the yellow box again and then “Manage my Account.”

You will immediately see your own specific contact information. From there, you can make changes to your membership record. For addresses in the United States, the system will validate your home mailing address with the U.S. Postal Service for a deliverable address. Based on the address you provide, the system may suggest cosmetic changes to your address to be in line with the U.S. Postal Service’s standard format. The changes are immediately saved to our Membership Record System when the Update button is pressed. This is also a great way to submit your e-mail address to NTEU.

Chapter presidents and other leaders can use Chapter Administration to change addresses for multiple members in our chapter. If you would like one of us to update your information in the system, please just let us know.

Author: chapterpresident

I have worked in the FDA since 1990 in a variety of positions. I currently serve as chapter president of NTEU Chapter 254, representing FDA employees in Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, and Utah.