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To organize federal employees to work together to ensure that every federal employee is treated with dignity and respect.


We just held our first Executive Board meeting of the new NTEU Chapter 153 Adminstration!

It was a very productive and successful meeting that was well attended.

Many pressing items were discussed and will be addressed in the very near future.

Look for many positive changes coming to your work site soon!



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    NTEU is currently fighting against Port Authority's ridiculous increase to our parking fees.  We have created a generic letter for you to send to our Senators and our Governor.  Please click here for the letter.  After you download the letter, open it up in Microsoft Word, highlight whole letter, copy it, and then paste it on the appropriate website below.  Please go to the following link and send the emails to the Senators and Governor Cuomo.

Chuck Shumer

Kirsten Gillibrand - Go to the bottom left and click Contact Page

Andrew Cuomo

  • We're pleased to announce the re-launch of jfk153.org. The redesign focuses on usability to make your experience easier and help you get the information you need quicker.
  • New Benefit: We have partnered with Valerie A. Shivers, P.C. Attorney and Counselor at Law - See Benefits page for more information
JFK Announcements


IRS Cuts Will Hurt Taxpayers
Washington, D.C.—The $1.01 trillion spending bill for fiscal year 2015 that won congressional approval will hurt taxpayers by cutting Internal Revenue Service (IRS) funding for the fifth consecutive year, the leader of the National Treasury Employees Union (NTEU) said today. Read more

Taxpayers will be Harmed by Draconian Cuts to IRS Budget
Washington, D.C.—The head of the National Treasury Employees Union (NTEU) today expressed deep disappointment in Congress’ decision to slash the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) fiscal year 2015 budget to $10.9 billion—a reduction of roughly 3 percent from this year’s funding level. Read more