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BCFPE has reached a Tentative Agreement (TA) for Department of Corrections (DOC) Pay Schedule 1C employees regarding changing to a 12-hour schedule. 

Please read on for important information about the TA and Ratification Voting process.

UPDATE: Voting ended on 10/30/2023 and members rejected the proposed changes by 72%.

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BCFPE Executive Board election ballots were counted on Friday, September 29, 2023. 


Click through for the election results


UPDATE: At the Nov. 2, 2023 scheduled Executive Board meeting, members voted unanimously to appoint Ben Little to the vacant Area 2 Vice President position, and Danielle Drell to the vacant Area 5 Vice President position. Ben and Danielle will serve out the remainder of the term. 




Union Election

Attention Members! 

Ballots for the 2023 BCFPE Elections for all Union Officers will be mailed via Elections USA in September.

Please click through for important information about this election process, including voting instructions, contacts for the elections committee, candidate biographies, and more.


On June 8, 2023 at the scheduled BCFPE Executive Board Meeting and at the September 1st General Membership Meeting, membership were notified of the pass thru dues increase for both the state and national federations and AFL-CIO CLC. The pass thru dues increase totals $1.49 cents per pay making the BCFPE dues deduction a total of $26.92 per pay effective October 1, 2023.

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The Memorandum of Understanding between the Baltimore County Administration and the Baltimore County Federation of Public Employees for FY24 - FY25 is now available. 

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Randi Weingarten at a Massachusetts high school

Summer is upon us, and parents, children and teachers are winding down from what has been an exhausting and fully operational school year—the first since the devastating pandemic. The long-lasting impact of COVID-19 has affected our students’ and families’ well-being and ignited the politics surrounding public schools. All signs point to the coming school year unfolding with the same sound and fury, and if extremist culture warriors have their way, being even more divisive and stressful.