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Pete Randazzo

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National Federation of Federal Employees

HQ Phone:  (202) 216-4420

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National Federation of Federal Employees

1225 New York Ave NW Suite 450

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20005

United States

Company Description

Established in 1917, the NFFE is the oldest union representing civil service federal employees. NFFE currently represents 100,000 federal employees government-wide, including approximately 20,000 workers at the U.S. ... more

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Naval Postgraduate School


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NFFE Stays Close to the Action as Defense Formulates New Personnel Management System

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Pete Randazzo, President of NFFE Local 1690 in Monterrey, Calif., who represents NFFE in the pre-decisional collaboration with DoD, says that the agency has engaged a wide array of stakeholders.
"This has been a very collaborative effort," said Randazzo. "The process has been unprecedented." Randazzo has also served as the labor co-lead on the performance management design team, which was specifically tasked with researching and developing recommendations for DoD's new performance management system. "By involving the unions in planning, DoD benefited from having a broad scope of DoD employees in the room - workers from different departments, areas of the country, grade level, blue collar and white collar; all kinds of Defense workers were included and involved in developing the new system," said Randazzo.


NFFE Stays Close to the Action as Defense Formulates New Personnel Management System

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Pete Randazzo, President of NFFE Local 1690 in Monterrey, Calif., who represents NFFE in the pre-decisional collaboration with DoD, says that the agency has engaged a wide array of stakeholders.
"This has been a very collaborative effort," said Randazzo. "The process has been unprecedented." Randazzo has also served as the labor co-lead on the performance management design team, which was specifically tasked with researching and developing recommendations for DoD's new performance management system. "By involving the unions in planning, DoD benefited from having a broad scope of DoD employees in the room - workers from different departments, areas of the country, grade level, blue collar and white collar; all kinds of Defense workers were included and involved in developing the new system," said Randazzo.


money.cnn.com

"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.


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"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.


www.montereyherald.com

The Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey will also feel the cuts with 1,500 employees affected, according to Pete Randazzo, president of National Federation of Federal Employees Union Local 1690.


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