About NFFE

“We’ve partnered with the National Federation of Federal Employees union… and this actually provides the final piece to the equation where we’re actively providing job opportunities to the returning citizens from our facility.”

Brick Tripp, Facility Administrator at The GEO Group

“This is probably the closest partnership, the closest partnership project that we’ve had, that we’ve experienced, and more intricate. And so, it’s unique and it’s trying to accomplish something that’s really important. And so it’s special to us.”

Randy Erwin, National President of the National Federation of Federal Employees (NFFE)

The National Federation of Federal Employees (NFFE) is a national union representing approximately 110,000 blue and white collar government workers across the United States. Ratifying its constitution on September 17, 1917, NFFE was the first union to represent federal employees.

NFFE locals are spread throughout the United States and the world: from Florida to Alaska, Puerto Rico to Hawaii, and most everywhere in between, NFFE fights for the rights of federal employees both home and abroad. Affiliated with the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAMAW) AFL-CIO, NFFE and IAM work together to ensure that America’s civil servants get the respect they have earned.

Our mission is to advance the social and economic welfare and education of federal workers through our continued work in organizing units of federal employees, representing their interests through collective bargaining, lobbying for legislative action, fighting for better working conditions, and promoting labor-management partnerships in agency decision-making.

For more information, visit NFFE.org.