Local 2627, New York City Electronic Data Personnel


LOCAL 2627

About Local 2627
Constitution Portable Document Format
Officers of the Local
Telework Info
COVID-19 Info
Union Accomplishment
Contact Us


Civil Service Exams
Education Benefits
Grievances & Arbitrations
Health, Security & Retirement
Important Union Phone Numbers
Local 2627 Members in CUNY
Meeting Minutes
Meeting Dates
Other Useful Resources
Tuition Reimbursement Program FAQ
Workers' Comp Attorneys & Reps Portable Document Format


City Titles
CUNY Titles
MetroPlus Titles


Accounting EDP Unit HHC Economic Agreement 2008-2010 Portable Document Format
CityWide Portable Document Format
CUNY White Collar Contract 2006-2009 Portable Document Format
DOE Boardwide 2010 to 2017 Portable Document Format
New York City Housing Authority Contract 1992 to 2019 Portable Document Format
SCA Contract Unit B 2010-2017 Portable Document Format
Transit Authority Contract Portable Document Format
Transit Authority Economic Agreement 2010-2017 Portable Document Format


Workplace Safety
Department of Education
School Construction Authority
Metropolitan Transit Authority
90 Church Staff Lobbying For Better Windows
Citywide Air Conditioning Policy


Political Action


Unions & Links
Martin Luther King, Jr. & Labor


DOE — 07/01/2022 — Updated Guidance Related to Attendance, Leave, and Timekeeping Policies During COVID-19

Updated Leave Guidance Applicable to Employees During Outbreak

Updated Guidance for City Agencies on Leave Policy Applicable During the Outbreak of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), eff. March 30, 2022

This document sets forth City leave policy with respect to City employees to mitigate the risk of the spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). It is effective March 30, 2022 and until further notice, and supersedes the January 26, 2022 guidance. Read more.

Telework Policy for Mayoral Agencies

H+H Telework Policy

Remote Work Guidelines for CUNY

Emergency Childcare

Fund the Front Lines

This isn't about partisanship. It's about clean water, road repairs, safe schools, first responders and well-staffed hospitals. And the bottom line is this: we can't defeat the coronavirus and reopen the economy without strong, well-funded public services. We're shouting this message from the rooftops — and now over the airwaves.

Contact Congress and tell them to fund the front lines by texting FUND to 237-263.

President Report

Local 2627 | 55 Water Street, New York, NY 10041 | phone 212-815-1932 | fax 212-815-7690
Home | About Local 2627 | Member Resources | Contact Us | Local 2627 eAlerts
Website and all contents © Local 2627, 2005-2022, all rights reserved | DC 37 | AFSCME | AFL-CIO