Written by NTEU Assistant Counsel and National Field Representative Doug Sanders
As the National Field Representative for NTEU Chapter 254, I am fortunate to enjoy so many aspects of my job –assisting employees to better their working conditions, working with all of you to come up with forward-thinking ideas to advance the FDA’s mission, negotiating better arrangements both locally and nationally so that you receive the professional treatment you deserve, just to name some. One distinct pleasure was to see NTEU National President Tony Reardon in action with our employees in Dallas, and to hear so many of you voice to him your ideas, concerns, frustrations, and dedication to your federal service. Continue reading “Tony’s Dallas Visit”
NTEU sends a letter to OPM about the plans for extending credit monitoring services for individuals impacted by the 2015 cyber incidents.
Today, NTEU National President Tony Reardon sent a letter to Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Acting Director Margaret Weichert inquiring about the plans for extending credit and identity monitoring, identity theft insurance, and identity restoration services for the 21.5 million individuals impacted by the 2015 background investigations cyber incident as well as the 4.2 million impacted by the 2015 personnel records cyber breach. According to section 632 of Division E of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2016, Public Law No. 114-113, OPM is required to provide impacted individuals coverage for a period not less than 10 years, lasting through Fiscal Year 2026, and must also provide not less than $5 million in identity theft insurance. Continue reading “Letter to OPM on Credit Monitoring Services”