FOR ACTIVE AND RETIRED FEDERAL EMPLOYEES                                   


                                           JOIN  NOW

The National Active and Retired Federal Employees (NARFE) Association is the only organization dedicated to protecting the earned benefits of federal employees, retirees and their survivors.  Founded by 14 federal workers in 1921, NARFE has become an effective and highly respected legislative voice for federal workers and retirees.



Membership has grown to over 200,000 federal, District of Columbia*, and postal employees, retirees, spouses and survivors united to preserve the economic security and well-being of federal employees on the job and in retirement.



                             Who Can Join?


Membership is open to civilians who are or will be eligible to receive an annuity or survivor annuity from the federal retirement programs of any agency of the United States government, and the District of Columbia*, including: Retirees; Current Federal Employees; Spouses and surviving spouses of those eligible to join NARFE; Former federal employees; A former spouse who is legally entitled to a federal survivor annuity.           (* Prior to October 1, 1987)




NARFE  Membership Type   -  The Option is Yours!


Local Chapter  Close-to-Home Membership


Affiliation with the NARFE chapter closest to your home. Receive

Narfe  magazine each month; attend meetings, often with invited

speakers; network; and get involved in grass-roots lobbying efforts.


First year Membership Fee (includes National and Chapter Dues) for



Call 800-456-8410 or contact SCNARFE Membership Chair for a Membership Application.


* First year dues.  Subsequent years, $48.00 plus local chapter dues.             







Assertive legislative representation on federal and state levels;


Informative monthly magazine, Narfe  the prime source for information

about federal retirement, financial retirement concerns and health care issues;


Up-to-date information through and NARFE "Daily News Clips"  & NewsWatch;


Liaison with the Office of Personnel Management (OPM);


Discounts on car rentals, hotels, auto insurance, etc.;


Travel packages, group tours and savings through NARFE Travel Services;


NARFE VISA card program;


Educational benefits;


Health, dental and long-term care insurance programs;


United network of support with other federal employees and retirees, and


Opportunities for leadership, political action and community service.