What NARFE Can Do For You
As the only organization solely dedicated to the general welfare of all federal workers and retirees, NARFE delivers valuable guidance, timely resources and powerful advocacy. For nearly a century, NARFE has been a trusted source of knowledge for the federal community, Capitol Hill, the executive branch and the media.
Since NARFE’s founding in 1921, the association’s mission has been to defend and advance the earned pay and benefits of America’s civil servants. Today, NARFE’s team of professional lobbyists continues to work tirelessly on behalf of the federal community. Supported by grassroots activists, NARFE is a leading voice in Washington and across the country.
Federal benefits and retirement plans are unique, complex and subject to change. NARFE provides both federal workers and retirees with the clear, reliable and accessible counsel they need to make critical decisions and gain confidence in a secure future. NARFE webinars, training conferences, magazine, online benefit resource library, and individual counseling services all offer in-depth expertise on key issues.
NARFE is Your Information Resource
Federal retirement, health care, life insurance, compensation and other benefits for current and retired federal employees are complex and often amended. NARFE keeps members informed of any changes that might occur, helping you take charge of your federal benefits and financial future.
NARFE is Your Legislative Voice
NARFE’s national legislative program is advanced in Congress by a team of registered lobbyists backed by an informed network of grassroots activists in every state and congressional district, as well as a member-supported Political Action Committee (PAC).
NARFE is Your Association
NARFE members have access to a full range of benefits that provide reliable information, quality service, extra savings and security. Locally, NARFE chapters offer the opportunity to engage in grassroots advocacy and leadership roles.
NARFE’s Mission Statement
To support legislation beneficial to current and potential federal annuitants and to oppose legislation contrary to their interests.
To promote the general welfare of current and potential federal annuitants by advising them with respect to their rights under retirement laws and regulations.
To cooperate with other organizations and associations in furtherance of these objectives.