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We are always looking for people interested in joining our organization.

How Can You Join?

Please contact Tess Williams at 602-431-8930 x211 to obtain membership information and meeting dates.  ALL FEDERAL DIRECTORS IN THE PHOENIX AREA  (or their designees) are welcome to join.

Who Can Join?

Federal Directors or their designees.

Benefits of Joining

Come join us for our next meeting: August 22, 2006 e-mail Tess Williams, VP at for more information.

The Federal Executive Boards (FEB's) were established in 1961 by a Presidential Directive to improve coordination among Federal activities and programs outside Washington. The need for effective coordination among the field activities of Federal departments and agencies was then, and is still, very clear. Approximately 84 percent of all Federal employees work outside the national capital area. Decisions affecting the expenditure of billions of dollars are made in the field. Federal programs have their impact largely through the actions of field representatives of the departments and agencies. In addition, Federal officials outside Washington are the principal contact of the Federal Government with the citizens of this country.

In cities where FEB's do not exist, another organization of local principal Federal agency officials often exists. These organizations are generally entitled Federal Executive Associations or Councils, and have purposes and objectives similar to FEB's. They do not, however, function within the same formal set of parameters (e.g., officially established by Presidential Memorandum, policy direction and guidance from the Office of Personnel Management, etc.) as do the FEB's.


President, Chester V. Bailey - Vice-President, Tess Acosta-Williams - Treasurer, Robert Blaney