Protecting the Future for Active and Retired Federal Employees
Protecting the Future of Active and Retired Federal Employees
This issue: Committee reports, Annual Federation Conference, Contacts with Missouri Lawmakers
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NARFE Federation Missouri
2021 Virtual Board Meeting and Conference
9:30 AM Federation Board Meeting
10:30 AM Conference
We hope you will be able to join us to hear what your federation has been up to and is planning to do in the future. We are sorry to have to hold the meeting virtual, but with the pandemic still raging on, we felt it was best to conduct our meeting this way.
Emerson A Kretzer IV
MONARFE State President
(Agenda and Zoom sign on information will be added when available)
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Emerson Kretzer - MO Federation President
Welcome to the Missouri Federation NARFE ( National Active & Retired Federal Employees Association) website. If this is your first visit, please come back often. This site is updated regularly and has links to many valuable resources, such as OPM (Office of Personnel Management) and the NARFE National website. The website offers Missouri Federation and Chapter information. The Missouri Federation has a current membership of 3,555 members with 25 active chapters. Included in the Federation membership, we also have 1581 National NARFE members residing in Missouri. If you are a NARFE member and looking for a local chapter to join, you can find chapter contact information here. If you currently aren't a NARFE member yet and would like to join, there is a hotlink to join, or you can find a local chapter near you, and just drop in and meet with your fellow Federal employees and join there. NARFE is the only organization strictly for all Federal employees, both active and retired. NARFE's mission, which fights for you everyday, is to protect the rights and earned benefits of all Federal employees. NARFE's sole purpose is to protect you, the Federal employee, so won't you join to have your voice heard on all matters involving Federal employees as there is strength in numbers.
I look forward to serving as your Federation President for the next two years. I invite you to contact me with your thoughts, ideas, and with any concerns you may have.
Why I Should Join or Renew My NARFE Membership
NARFE is the only association soley dedicated to safegaurding and improving the earned rights and benefits of all working and retired federal employees.
As a member you get:
NARFE Magazine - Monthly coverage keeps you on top of any and ll changes to rules and regulations that affect your pay, benefits, retirement and opportunities to advance your career.
Legislative Alerts - With federal benefits and jobs in the crosshairs of congressional budget cutters, count on NARFE to sort out the truth from the rhetoric.
Advocacy -Protecting your benefits is NARFE's core business. A team of government professionals in Washington tracks Congressional actions and agency proposals that affect your federal benefits.
PLUS - NARFE offers scholarships and disaster relief grants, as well as travel, bank card and more.
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