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National Office Week in Review: August 17, 2016

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The deadline for submissions is Dec. 31, 2016. Each of the winners will be invited to attend CFS to be recognized for their achievement and to receive their award. They will be entitled to travel and expense reimbursement in acc ordance with the NATCA travel policy similar to that provided to the Archie League Medal of Safety Award winners. The goal of NATCA's Professional Standards program is to maintain and promote professionalism across all of NATCA's bargaining units. We achie ve that through a commitment to safety and the public's trust. We work to inspire, motivate and provide personal examples of our professionalism to others and to maintain the highest standard of excellence. We know our actions represent all our fellow prof essionals and we work to bring honor and respect to all that we do. OUR NATCA INSIDER SERIES EXPLORING COLLABORATION As part of an effort to highlight collaboration, NATCA and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) have teamed up to create a video seri es on this crucial subject. NATCA President Paul Rinaldi, NATCA Executive Vice President Trish Gilbert, NATCA Safety Committee Chairman Steve Hansen, FAA Air Traffic Organization (ATO) Chief Operating Officer Teri Bristol, ATO Vice President of Safety and Technical Training Terry Biggio, and ATO Vice President of Air Traffic Services Tim Arel all appear in the fourth installment of the series, " Sustaining Collaboration . " Ingraining collaboration into the fabric of the work environment has been a major goal of NATCA and FAA leadership. "We want to make sure that when we are all gone, that this new generation and those that follow us are very comfortable in a collaborative culture," says Gilbert during the video. Click here to see our latest story and get links to each video. THE NATCA.ORG WEBSITE Logging in to the Member s Side: To access the members side of the website, either click here directly and bookmark the URL on your phone or computer, or go to and select the "MEMBERS SIDE" menu item. On your phone: the menu is accessed on by touching the red button in the top left corner of the screen with the three white lines inside it. That will bring up a red - bordered box that you can then navigate with your finger. HOW TO LOG IN : Use your NATCA Portal username and password. Your membership number can be used as your username. The NATCA Portal is the interactive side of Unionware, our Union's membership database. Once you log in to the new members section using your NATCA Portal credentials, you can cho ose "Remember me" and your browser will save it for ensuing visits. IF YOU DON'T KNOW YOUR NATCA PORTAL USERNAME AND PASSWORD: Click or go here: . If you are a first - time Portal user, y ou can quickly and easily register for the NATCA Portal and create the credentials you'll need to access the new members section of Use this URL or click: . You will need your membership number. Don't know it? Click here: I DON'T KNOW MY MEMBERSHIP NUMBER – WHAT DO I DO? Click here - KEY LOCATION FOR FACREPS AND OTHER LOCAL FACILITY REPS: O ur section on the members side of the website for Union reps is designed to be one - stop shopping for y our needs in representing your local. It's called "Member Center "

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