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* Please contact NTEU Chapter 67 at 801-620-6511 with any questions you may have.



Celebrating Public Service Recognition Week

This week, Public Service Recognition Week, we celebrate public employees and all you do for Americans. This recognition is especially meaningful during such uncertain times for federal employees.

In an opinion piece published by Federal News Radio, National President Tony Reardon said that he believes the noble calling to public service is making a comeback. Read his entire column here.

You and your colleagues display that calling each and every day. It is evident in your commitment to assisting taxpayers, feeding schoolchildren and protecting consumers in banking and investing. It is clear in your dedication to putting healthy food on the table and safe drugs in medicine cabinets and in your actions to provide clean air and safe water for all Americans. It can be witnessed in your efforts at the border to meet the dual missions of security and legal trade and tourism. And, there is so much more.

This country is stronger because of the efforts of federal employees and NTEU is proud to stand with you this week and every week.

Read a message from President Reardon to NTEU members.

“ ensure that every federal employee is treated with dignity and respect.”



The ballots have been mailed to all eligible NTEU Chapter 67 members. If your ballot hasn't arrived by the end of this week (May 13th) please reach out the election committee at or contact the election chairperson directly at 801-317-7213.

Please provide your full name, correct address and phone number with any requests.

If there is an issue with the voting process contact the committee immediately for resolution.

Visit to update your home address (instructions below) to ensure you get future communications. 

Thank you and happy voting, 

NTEU Election Committee Chair

*Update 5.31.17: Ballots will be picked up from the post office on June 3rd at 11am MT and then brought to Comfort Suites (2250 S 1200 W Ogden, UT 84401) in 'The Boardroom'. Counting of the ballots will begin at 12pm MT.



Election candidates for NTEU Chapter 67:

Please note:

If you need a duplicate ballot or you are going to be absent during the month of May notify the election committee.

Ballots will be picked up June 3 at 11AM MT, and tallied June 3rd at 12PM MT in the Comfort Suites Boardroom in Ogden.



Visit from NTEU National President Tony Reardon


Notice of Upcoming Election for Chapter 67 members

Every 3 years NTEU Chapter 67 members vote for their elected leaders to represent them in the workplace and with the national NTEU office.

* This notice has been mailed to members that was in good standing as of March 3, 2017.

* Only members that remain in good standing until the end of election June 3, 2017 will be counted.

* All chapter 67 members are encouraged to participate in the election process and democracy overall.

For the full 'Notice of Election' including timelines please see: 

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Election 2017 - Update your home address soon

As NTEU Chapter 67 prepares for another election cycle, we want to remind our members to update your home address on the NTEU National website.

Without a correct home address on file there will be problems when the election committee sends nomination and ballot materials to you.




Hiring Freeze Counterproductive; Will hurt american people

WASHINGTON – National Treasury Employees Union (NTEU) National President Tony Reardon called the action by the Trump Administration to freeze federal hiring “harmful and counterproductive.”

“A hiring freeze will be harmful and counterproductive, increasing backlogs, decreasing service quality and causing more frustration for Americans seeking help from their government,” said Reardon. “Our government depends upon highly-trained and experienced federal workers being able to carry on with their important work. This puts up a substantial roadblock for agencies.”

“Arbitrary cuts will leave agencies scrambling to serve the public. A hiring freeze takes away the agencies’ ability to make strategic decisions about their workforce,” said Reardon. “The American people rely on the work that federal workers do to protect our food, medicines, our air and water, to safeguard our nuclear weapons and our economy, to assist the most vulnerable senior citizens and young children, and to ensure taxpayers have the help they need.”

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) reviewed a series of hiring freezes and concluded that they disrupted agency operations and diminished federal oversight of programs.

 A hiring freeze would have the opposite impact than intended and would decrease transparency, efficiency and accountability in the federal government. The loss of mission-critical skills, exacerbated by an impending retirement wave, is also a looming danger.

 “Attrition is already taking a heavy toll at many federal agencies as employees depart and there is no replacement to take on the work. Freezing federal hiring could lead to disastrous short-term and long-term impacts and the American people will suffer,” said Reardon. “Many of our agencies are already experiencing severe staffing shortages as a result of budget cuts and sequestration.”

NTEU represents 150,000 employees in 31 agencies and departments.

Press Release January 23, 2017

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