In September 2016, NAGE/IBPO Federal Division partnered with United Benefits to provide additional insurance benefits and discounts exclusively to NAGE/IBPO members. These benefits are in addition to the many benefits and discounts already available to our members. 

United Benefits provides seminars and one-on-one consultations that give insight on your federal benefit package and retirement. These seminars include details on:
  • Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS)
  • Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) strategies,
  • Federal Employee’ Group Life Insurance (FEGLI),
  • Short term disability,
  • Tips to maximize retirement, 
  • And many more.
The benefits program is specifically designed to fill voids in your current federal benefit package with products such as: disability, supplemental life insurance, AFLAC Accident, dental/vision, professional liability insurance, and many more benefits at discounted rates. United Benefits also provides a discount program, called Benefit Hub, that gives you discounts and cash back rewards at local restaurants, clothing and shoe retailers, entertainment tickets, and much more.

For more information visit Members can also take advantage of benefits and discounts provided by Union Plus, such as: car and truck rentals, flights and hotels, concerts and events, water and theme parks, and movies and restaurants. For more information on benefits and discounts provided by Union Plus, visit

As member of NAGE/IBPO, you have access to a number of programs, discounts, and benefits. Aside from the workplace benefits you will receive as a NAGE/IBPO member, you are also able to take advantage of education programs, discounts on various consumer products, and other services and opportunities for you and your family.


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