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Chapter 105 represents U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Field Operations, Border Patrol and Air & Marine employees across the San Diego area covering six ports of entry as well as several satellite locations. We represent uniformed Officers, Agriculture Inspectors, and non-uniformed employees.

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Our team of dedicated union representatives are committed to ensuring that rights of all our employees be respected. To organize federal employees to work together to ensure that every federal employee is treated with dignity and respect.


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Reardon Offers Ways to Improve Morale at CBP

Washington D.C. – Staffing shortages, high turnover in agency leadership and constant attacks on employee rights and benefits all contribute to low morale among Customs and Border Protection employees at the ports of entry, NTEU National President Tony Reardon told Congress today.


The latest Partnership for Public Service’s 2019 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government report ranked CBP 380th out of 420 component agencies, and for six consecutive years, the Department of Homeland Security ranked last among large agencies.


“The Best Places to Work results raise serious questions about the department’s ability to recruit and retain the topnotch personnel necessary to accomplish the critical missions that keep our country safe,” according to Reardon’s written testimony. “If the agency’s goal is to build a workforce that feels both valued and respected, these results show that the agency needs to make major changes in its treatment of employees.”


Reardon’s testimony was submitted to the House Homeland Security Subcommittee on Oversight, Management and Accountability, which conducted a hearing today on DHS employee morale.

Bipartisan Deal Would Give Average 3.1 Percent Raise to Federal Employees

Washington D.C. – Federal employees would receive an average 3.1 percent pay raise in 2020 under legislation nearing final approval in Congress


The 3.1 percent raise, endorsed earlier this year by NTEU, is included in the bipartisan spending package approved by House and Senate appropriators and headed for final votes this week.


The raise is a much-needed improvement over the 2.6 percent proposed by the administration.


“NTEU members have been incredibly vocal about their support for a 3.1 percent increase in 2020, and we are thrilled to see their advocacy made a difference,” said NTEU National President Tony Reardon. “This is a fair increase that is on par with raises going to military servicemembers and private sector workers, and will help middle class federal employees keep up with the rising costs of housing, food and medicine.”

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