NARFE - Pennsylvania Federation
Pennsylvania Federation President George Shal Welcomes You

On behalf of the Officers and Members of the Pennsylvania Federation of NARFE, I am pleased to welcome you to our redesigned website.  Thank you for your interest in and support of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association. 

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Highlight: On Wednesday, March 15, 2017, NARFE members from across the Commonweath carried your Federal employee and annuitant concerns  to all 20 Pennsylvania members of Congress, visiting both Senate offices and every one of the 18 Congressional District offices!

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OPM SCAM ALERT: The Office of Personnel Management is alerting federal retirees to a scam in which imposters are contacting federal annuitants to try to steal money from them.

The scam works like this: an imposter claiming to be an OPM employee contacts a retired federal employee and threatens to cut off his or her retirement payments, saying that a magistrate will prosecute and demands an immediate payment. OPM said that the imposters can sound quite convincing and may use real names and titles. They may also even have personally identifiable information of the retirees they are contacting.

OPM stressed in a blog post about the scam that the agency will never make phone calls such as these to retired federal employees and to not fall for any such phone calls or emails.

The Office of Personnel Management is alerting federal retirees to a scam in which imposters are contacting federal annuitants to try to steal money from them.

The scam works like this: an imposter claiming to be an OPM employee contacts a retired federal employee and threatens to cut off his or her retirement payments, saying that a magistrate will prosecute and demands an immediate payment. OPM said that the imposters can sound quite convincing and may use real names and titles. They may also even have personally identifiable information of the retirees they are contacting.

OPM stressed in a blog post about the scam that the agency will never make phone calls such as these to retired federal employees and to not fall for any such phone calls or emails.

- See more at: https://www.fedsmith.com/2017/03/20/opm-warns-federal-retirees-about-annuity-scam/#sthash.Sg1KEkLi.dpuf

The Office of Personnel Management is alerting federal retirees to a scam in which imposters are contacting federal annuitants to try to steal money from them.

The scam works like this: an imposter claiming to be an OPM employee contacts a retired federal employee and threatens to cut off his or her retirement payments, saying that a magistrate will prosecute and demands an immediate payment. OPM said that the imposters can sound quite convincing and may use real names and titles. They may also even have personally identifiable information of the retirees they are contacting.

OPM stressed in a blog post about the scam that the agency will never make phone calls such as these to retired federal employees and to not fall for any such phone calls or emails.

- See more at: https://www.fedsmith.com/2017/03/20/opm-warns-federal-retirees-about-annuity-scam/#sthash.Sg1KEkLi.dpuf

 

Pennsylvania Federation 48th Annual Biennial Convention - May 2016

Our 48th annual convention was held in Valley Forge, May 1-4 2016.

 

Click this link to read the membership report presented by 1st Vice President Richard Cellino: Click here for Membership Report - 2016 Convention.

 

NARFE Strategic Planning

NARFE is undergoing many changes and is trying to gain some control over those changes to try to preserve the organization. From time to time we will post items of interest on this page to keep you informed about this process.