Government Employees and the services they provide are vital to the American people and the functioning and success of our nation. The Federal/DC Division represents federal employees that live and work in 43 different states across the country including Hawaii. Our members work in a variety of government agencies such as the Department of Defense, Department of Veterans Affairs, National Park Service, Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Homeland Security, National Marine Fisheries, Federal Aviation Administration, Department of Transportation, and other federal agencies.

These employees are police officers, firefighters, correctional officers, health care workers, nurses, doctors, medical technicians, office workers, maintenance workers, engineers, and more.  NAGE/IBPO is proud that its membership also includes a large number of veterans who have successfully transitioned into the civilian workforce.

50,000 Members      We are healthcare providers, EMS first responders, nurses, office workers, professional workers, law enforcement officers, and federal public servants. We keep America moving.       
43 states   Our members work and live in 43 states, from Hawaii to Minnesota to Florida‐‐in small towns, cities, and on military bases.      
450 Locals   We are organized into 450 locals with sizes ranging from under a dozen members to more than 4,000.      
110,000 BU Employees   We represent employees in closed shops and right‐to‐work (for less) workplaces. We stand up for members under the rules of the NLRB and FLRA, and state, county, and municipal regulations      

We can either have democracy in this country or we can have great wealth concentrated in the hands of a few; but we can't have both. - Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis
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Quincy, MA 02169
Main Phone: (617)376-0220
Main Fax: (617)984-5695
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