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Pete Randazzo

Presdient NFFE Local 1690

Naval Postgraduate School

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Email: p***@***.edu

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Naval Postgraduate School

1 University Circle

Monterey, California 93943

United States

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The mission of the Naval Postgraduate School is to enhance United States national security through graduate, executive and professional education programs focusing on the unique needs of military leaders, with research and advanced studies directed toward ... more

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William Russell | Shutdown 1st day: Furloughs for many, some jobs are saved [cached]

"It was definitely rush, rush, rush," said Pete Randazzo, president of civilian workers at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterrey, Calif., who was among 1,500 workers on furlough at the school.

"It's a pay cut and it's ... [cached]

"It's a pay cut and it's not fair," said Pete Randazzo, an information technologist at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, Calif., who is about three years from retiring.

Randazzo said he's afraid the deal will push even more workers to leave the federal government.
He said workers understood when the federal government changed pension terms for new hires on Jan. 1, forcing new employees to pay a bigger portion of their paychecks, 3.1%, toward pensions.
"For existing employees who have worked under the same pension terms for the past 10, 20 or 30 years, I don't think anyone sees this as fair," said Randazzo, a local union chief for the National Federation of Federal Employees.

Pete Randazzo already has ... [cached]

Pete Randazzo already has dipped into his savings to pay his daughter's medical bills. Now another setback looms: a 20 percent reduction in pay for his job at a Navy school under federal budget cuts. Randazzo, 51, an information technology specialist at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, is bracing for furlough days that now may begin in May. Read more here-

"This pain is much more significant ... [cached]

"This pain is much more significant than during the furlough days (that were part of this year's sequester)," said Pete Randazzo, an information technologist at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, Calif., where 1,500 workers were on furlough last week. "There was just no time to prepare."

Randazzo, who is also the local National Federation of Federal Employees president, said he had a tough time figuring out the total he lost. But he noticed the amount he sets aside to go to his mortgage was $900 less than usual.
Thanks to Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, all 400,000 civilian defense employees who had been on furlough -- including Randazzo and Jewitt -- should return to a full paycheck in two weeks.

Pete Randazzo, union ... [cached]

Pete Randazzo, union president for civilian workers at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, closes the door to his office in Hermann Hall on Tuesday.

Randazzo said he wrote the message on his white board Tuesday morning after hearing that the government shutdown was happening.
The Naval Postgraduate School is closed, with nearly all of its 1,500 civilian employees furloughed, said union president Pete Randazzo.
"I think this is worse than sequestration," he said. "If they were looking to deal another blow to morale, they did it."
At least during sequestration cuts earlier in the year, Randazzo said, employees could plan trips around furloughs, but now they are uneasy with the "on call" status.
Randazzo said a small number of security, human resources and legal employees were kept on the job. He said he was not sure if employees will still be paid because the news seemed to be changing each hour.

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