What is NASCOE?
In 1958, county office employees organized state associations to work for employee benefits. In early 1959, the State Associations formed the National Association of County Office Employees. NASCOE is the national affiliate of the various state associations. It is governed by a Board of Directors composed of two members from each state. An executive committee is the executive arm of the Board of Directors. Dues are nominal and are paid through an individual’s state association.
Our objectives are to assist in every way possible to assure successful operation of FSA and the attainment of FSA’s objectives, to cooperate with other groups and organizations, to conserve and improve our soil resources, to secure equitable salaries, working conditions, and retirement provisions for all county office employees and to promote the professionalism of our employees.
Since 1962, NASCOE has been granted exclusive recognition to represent full-time county office employees in negotiation with management on terms of employment and working conditions.
NASCOE At Work for you…
Below are a few examples of NASCOE’s legislative accomplishments in recent years. NASCOE is constantly working to ensure that members’ concerns are addressed and that the dues paid by our members are used responsibly and effectively.
- Secured Significant Funding Above the Budget Request for FSA Salaries & Expenses
- Blocked Implementation of CBS Office Restructure/Closing Plan
- Secured Funding for Monthly COC Meetings
- Stopped the Transfer of Salaries & Expenses Toward IT Initiatives
- Worked to Maintain Employee Benefits Regarding FERS Annuity Calculation and Retirement Contributions
- Prohibited Unjustified Direct Reassignments of Staff