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1. Campaign Contact Information Requirements: We will soon begin the process of updating our contact records for the Year 2000 Campaign. Please refer to Attachment A which contains a copy of the information we have at present. Please update where necessary to reflect any changes in the contact information for: Local Federal Coordinating Committee (LFCC) Chair, the Principle Combined Fund Organization, and the Central Receipt and Accounting Point (CRP). If you find any discrepancy in the Geographic Coverage section, please note it so we can check our records. We also require that you provide this office with the following new information:
Please make any necessary changes on the attached form and fax or mail it to our office no later than Friday May 31, 2000. Our fax number is (202) 606-5056.
2. Model Pledge Card - Attachment B includes a copy of the 2000 CFC Model Pledge Card approved by this office. No other modifications are permitted unless approved by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). This version is the format that must be used in all local campaigns. As most of you are aware, we are working toward automating many of the processes of the operation of the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) in the near future; therefore, it is an important step to standardize this tool. Few, if any modifications, will be considered. If it is necessary for you to do so, please provide us a written request along with a statement describing the impact of this change on your program and the projected administrative costs associated with the modification.
All pledge cards MUST have the local CFC campaign's name, address and four-digit CFC code number at the top of the card. Please check the OPM/CFC home page at http://www.opm.gov/aboutus/CombinedFederalCampaign/index.aspx if you are unsure of your CFC code number.
Please note that employees may now release their home e-mail address. It is suggested that you point out this feature of the pledge card during your training.
This item appears on the lower left corner of the card.
Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
This memorandum was sent with a copy of your current contact information as a guide to use when updating. Remember to include your e-mail, web page and electronic funds transfer information. The second attachment was the 2000 pledge card as approved by OPM. Campaigns may incorporate additional giving levels to the Director's authorized pledge card. Campaigns may also include their recognition program. No further modifications to the pledge card are permitted unless approved in advance by the Director.
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