NARFE - Chapter 586
2017 OFFICERS AND DIRCTORS

PRESIDENT.........................RICHARD STILLMAN

1ST VICE PRESIDENT..........JUDITH SCARBOROUGH

2ND VICE PRESIDENT.........THERESA LEE

TREASURER........................JEAN NOLEN

SECRETARY........................ JUDY LITTLE

Message from NARFE President Richard G. Thissen

“House Budget Chairman Diane Black continues to pursue consensus within her committee and caucus in anticipation of moving a budget resolution out of committee next week. The budget resolution taking shape is expected to require significant cuts to mandatory spending, which includes federal retirement. NARFE members need to stand up and contact their representative to express their opposition to such proposals. On Tuesday, July 18, there will be a national call-in day to protect your earned benefits. Please be sure to use our call script below and contact your representative on Tuesday.”

NARFE Legislative Update

August is the month Congress goes home... and the perfect time for constituents to call on them.

NEWS FROM NARFE

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LEGISLATIVE UPDATE

Message From NARFE President Richard G. Thissen

Treasurer's report

The treasurer's report is published for member's information

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Welcome To NARFE Chapter 0586 Web Site

Chapter 586 was organized over fifty years ago with the mission of protecting and enhancing benifits earned by active and retired federal employees.  We meet on the third floor of theTemple Library on the 4th Thursday of the month except for July and December. The meeting starts at 9:30 am for coffee and the business session starts at 10:00 am til 11:00 am.  Generally there is an interesting and informative program presented by a guest. 

 

 

Federal Officials Say Privately They Are 'Pretty Certain' Layoffs Are Coming // Eric Katz

Federal agency managers are privately telling members of the Trump administration they will soon lay off employees, according to Office of Personnel Management officials, and are seeking advice for how to do so in the most effective manner.

NEWS FROM NARFE

Feds face deep cuts to retirement benefits in president's 2018 budget

GOVERNMENT EXECUTIVE REPORTS

Trump’s 2018 Budget Reportedly Targets Federal Retirement Programs