NAGE members live and work in 43 different states from Hawaii to Illinois to Florida. We are nurses, accountants, EMTs and paramedics, attorneys, police and correctional officers, firefighters, dispatchers, and adminsitrative officials. We are the workers who make America work.

STATE DIVISION 
NAGE represents 22,000 workers in over 60 state agencies in Massachusetts.

COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL DIVISION
Our county and municipal members are ad-techs, professionals, nurses, electricians, plumbers, caseworkers, and just about any other workers you can think of that keep our cities and towns running and our citizens healthy.

FEDERAL DIVISION
Our federal members work in the Department of Defense, Veterans Administration, National Park Service, Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Homeland Security, National Marine Fisheries, Department of Transportation, and other federal corporations and agencies.

PUBLIC SAFETY DIVISION
Tht International Brotherhood of Police Officers (IBPO) represents law enforcement officers in many areas of the country, particularly in the South and on the East Coast. The International Brotherhood of Correctional Officers (IBCO) represents members throughout the state of Massachusetts and along the East Coast.

EMS DIVISION
The International Association of EMTs and Paramedics (IAEP) and NAGE EMS combined create the largest EMS union in the country.

OUR AFFILIATES 
The Coastal Florida Police Benevolent Association (CFPBA) represents sheriffs, police, corrections, probation and public employees—2,000 members in 12 eastern Florida counties.

The New Jersey State Firemen's Mutual Benevolent Association (NJFMBA) represents 5,000 firefighters and EMS providers across New Jersey.

We can either have democracy in this country or we can have great wealth concentrated in the hands of a few; but we can't have both. - Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis
NAGE HEADQUARTERS 159 Burgin Parkway
Quincy, MA 02169
Main Phone: (617)376-0220
Main Fax: (617)984-5695
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