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Statement on Tennessee Gubernatorial Election results

Statement on Tennessee Gubernatorial Election results

TSEA November 7, 2018 Comments Off on Statement on Tennessee Gubernatorial Election results

TSEA congratulates Governor-Elect Bill Lee on his victorious run for Governor of Tennessee. Read our full statement below from TSEA Executive Director Randy Stamps: “Congratulations to Governor-Elect Bill Lee on his victory in the

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Political  Activity  by  Executive  Branch  Employees

Political Activity by Executive Branch Employees

TSEA July 18, 2018 Comments Off on Political Activity by Executive Branch Employees

The Little Hatch Act banned all political campaigning by state employees on state property or occurring when the employee should be conducting state business. The notable exception to this law was state employees could

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Applicant  Message  Center

Applicant Message Center

TSEA July 18, 2018 Comments Off on Applicant Message Center

Advances in technology are revolutionizing many aspects of our lives at work and home. One area in state government that has seen a rapid change over the last few years is the application process

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Outsourcing transparency bill on calendar for Wednesday (1/17/18)

Outsourcing transparency bill on calendar for Wednesday (1/17/18)

TSEA January 16, 2018 Comments Off on Outsourcing transparency bill on calendar for Wednesday (1/17/18)

NASHVILLE – The House State Government Subcommittee is scheduled this week to hear legislation intended to improve oversight, legislative involvement, and transparency over the state’s outsourcing process. HB944, introduced last year and studied extensively

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News Release – TSEA: End the use of private prisons in Tennessee

News Release – TSEA: End the use of private prisons in Tennessee

TSEA November 14, 2017 Comments Off on News Release – TSEA: End the use of private prisons in Tennessee

NASHVILLE – The Tennessee State Employees Association today, in light of continued noncompliance with state contract requirements and department policies as reported by the state comptroller, is calling for the State of Tennessee to

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Press Release: TSEA applauds University of Tennessee’s decision to opt out of outsourcing

Press Release: TSEA applauds University of Tennessee’s decision to opt out of outsourcing

TSEA October 31, 2017 Comments Off on Press Release: TSEA applauds University of Tennessee’s decision to opt out of outsourcing

NASHVILLE – TSEA applauds the decision by the University of Tennessee’s four campuses to opt out of the facilities management contract with Jones Lang Lasalle. According to statements recently released by each of the

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NEWS RELEASE – TSEA: Opt Out of Outsourcing

NEWS RELEASE – TSEA: Opt Out of Outsourcing

TSEA October 18, 2017 Comments Off on NEWS RELEASE – TSEA: Opt Out of Outsourcing

TSEA issued the following News Release today: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 18, 2017 Contact: Chris Dauphin Phone: (615) 256-4533, 800-251-8732 chris.dauphin@tseaonline.org TSEA: Opt-out of outsourcing NASHVILLE – The Tennessee State Employees Association urges all

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Haslam administration chooses JLL for state-wide outsourcing contract

Haslam administration chooses JLL for state-wide outsourcing contract

TSEA March 29, 2017 Comments Off on Haslam administration chooses JLL for state-wide outsourcing contract

Yesterday, the Haslam administration announced JLL as the winning bidder for their controversial state-wide facilities management outsourcing contract. The Haslam administration’s continued push to outsource state jobs is disappointing to TSEA.  TSEA is also extremely concerned about the

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TSEA calls for economic impact statement on outsourcing

TSEA calls for economic impact statement on outsourcing

TSEA February 22, 2017 Comments Off on TSEA calls for economic impact statement on outsourcing

NASHVILLE – During a presentation Tuesday before the Senate Finance, Ways, and Means Investigations and Oversight Subcommittee, the Tennessee State Employees Association called for an economic impact statement for outsourcing plans at Tennessee’s state parks, higher

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Raises and market adjustments included in proposed budget

Raises and market adjustments included in proposed budget

TSEA January 31, 2017 Comments Off on Raises and market adjustments included in proposed budget

Governor Haslam yesterday released his Fiscal Year 2017-2018 budget proposal which according to a news release from the governor’s office includes, “$77 million* for state employee pay increases and market rate adjustments targeting high-turnover

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