NFFE members re-elect union president

The members of the National Federation of Federal Employees have re-elected their president, Randy Erwin, for a second term. 

Balloting was done by mail, subsequent to the union's convention, held last month. 

"I am truly honored to be re-elected as National President of the National Federation of Federal Employees," Erwin said in a statement upon the release of the results. "I am proud of what we accomplished over the last few years, but there is much more work to be done." 

"We have a tremendous opportunity in the coming years to reclaim the respect that federal workers in this country deserve."

Erwin has been affiliated with the union since 2001. He served three terms as president of NFFE Local number 2 of Washington, D.C. area, before beginning to serve the union as legislative director and other national office capacities.  

The union represents around 100,000 employees across the Department of Defense, General Services Administration, Park Service, Forest Service, Department of Agriculture, and several others. 

Reader comments

Tue, Dec 1, 2020

Do not expect much from this union or Biden administration. Both stood by and watched civil service benefits, COLA being reduced or eliminated.

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