Collective Bargaining Agreement, effective Nov. 1, 2019
The National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) is happy to announce that a new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) has been signed by Acting CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan and NBPC President Brandon Judd.
This contract provides for agents to have beards, among other changes. The contract will take effect on November 1, 2019, so we will be providing more information and details in the coming days and weeks.
The CBA is extremely important for the Bargaining Unit as it is the document that governs many aspects of our jobs, to include employment due process, administrative procedures, annual leave, sick leave, etc.
The bargaining unit is made up of non-supervisory Border Patrol agents and support staff to include mission support specialist, paralegals, mechanics, LEISS, etc. The CBA DOES NOT apply to Non-Bargaining Unit employees like members of management, BP Intel, BORSTAR, BORTAC, etc.
Thank you for your continued support!