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Article 10 D - If the Agency does not respond to an employee's request for outside employment within 8 calendar days from receipt, the employee may assume there is no objection and begin the outside employment or self-employment. Volunteer activities are not considered outside employment.

Article 4 I - The Union will be given the opportunity to be represented at any formal discussion between one or more management representatives and one or more bargaining unit employees concerning any grievance, personnel policy, practice, or condition of employment.

Article 4 H - Any inquiry into an employee's off-duty conduct must be based on an activity which, if verified, would have a nexus to the employee's official position. Employees will not be subjectedd to harassment or frivolous inquiries.

Article 4 G - Employees have the right to freely communicate with a member of the following offices concerning individual personnel matters: Human Resources Office; the EEO Office; a Supervisor or Management official of a higher rank than the employee's immediate supervisor; Health and Safety Office.

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Member News

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    The National Border Patrol Council is proud to support Kevin K. McAleenan to be the next Commissioner of Customs and Read More
  • Operational Mobility Program Announced +

    Border Patrol Headquarters and the National Border Patrol Council are pleased to announce the successful negotiation of the Operational Mobility Read More
  • Nationwide Swaps Open on June 26, 2017 +

    The USBP Nationwide Swap Program (NWS) will be open from June 26, 2017 at 8:00 am (CT) to July 10, Read More
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  • Hearing Loss Guidance +

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  • Obey Now, Grieve Later +

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