Legislative Officer and CDL Manual

Congressional District Leaders (CDLs) and Senatorial Leaders (SLs) are federation positions (whether elected or appointed) who serve as liaisons between a member of Congress’ office and the NARFE chapters within that congressional district or federation for Senators. CDLs serve as the primary NARFE point of contact for congressional offices on the ground, and help facilitate meetings and provide trainings to the chapters in their district. CDLs are not meant to replace the chapter legislative officer, but rather to streamline and professionalize our grassroots activities.

Below you will find resources for federations making the transition to CDLs, as well as resources to help newly appointed CDLs fulfill their responsibilities.

Congressional District Leader NARFE Guidance – Guidance to help federations have questions about CDLs and how to set them up.

Legislative Officer Manual  – Guidance to help chapter and federation legislative officers fulfill their responsibilities.

In addition to the manual, legislative officers and CDLs can utilize materials provided by NARFE's Legislative Department to support you in your work of organizing and reaching out to policymakers and the media. Specific areas that might be of assistance include:

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NARFE (National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association) 606 N. Washington St., Alexandria, VA 22314, Phone: (703) 838-7760, Fax: (703) 838-7785.

 

This is the only website that reflects the official opinions and positions of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association (NARFE). Opinions and/or positions that appear on any other site bearing NARFE's name or seal are not necessarily those of NARFE. Click here for Privacy Statement.   NARFE has been certified by Dun & Bradstreet.

Legislative Officer and CDL Manual

Congressional District Leaders (CDLs) and Senatorial Leaders (SLs) are federation positions (whether elected or appointed) who serve as liaisons between a member of Congress’ office and the NARFE chapters within that congressional district or federation for Senators. CDLs serve as the primary NARFE point of contact for congressional offices on the ground, and help facilitate meetings and provide trainings to the chapters in their district. CDLs are not meant to replace the chapter legislative officer, but rather to streamline and professionalize our grassroots activities.

Below you will find resources for federations making the transition to CDLs, as well as resources to help newly appointed CDLs fulfill their responsibilities.

Congressional District Leader NARFE Guidance – Guidance to help federations have questions about CDLs and how to set them up.

Legislative Officer Manual  – Guidance to help chapter and federation legislative officers fulfill their responsibilities.

In addition to the manual, legislative officers and CDLs can utilize materials provided by NARFE's Legislative Department to support you in your work of organizing and reaching out to policymakers and the media. Specific areas that might be of assistance include:

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NARFE (National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association) 606 N. Washington St., Alexandria, VA 22314, Phone: (703) 838-7760, Fax: (703) 838-7785.

 

This is the only website that reflects the official opinions and positions of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association (NARFE). Opinions and/or positions that appear on any other site bearing NARFE's name or seal are not necessarily those of NARFE. Click here for Privacy Statement.   NARFE has been certified by Dun & Bradstreet.