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We are pleased to make available the 2003 Combined Federal Campaign National List. As always, unless we notify you of any changes to the contrary, this list must be reproduced exactly in your local campaign brochure and on the Federal agency's electronic information system, if available.
The list is being provided on our website (U.S. Office of Personnel Management http://www.opm.gov/aboutus/CombinedFederalCampaign/) in two formats -- Microsoft Word 7.0 and Excel 7.0. In addition, we are making available a Table of Contents, alphabetical and numerical indexes and a version of the national list without the 25 word description for use by smaller campaigns.
The CFC regulations require that the categories of charities be rotated annually. This year the order is: 1) International Organizations 2) Local Organizations, and 3) National/International Organizations. The order of these categories and order of federations in each category cannot be altered by campaigns.
The National List provided by OPM consists of two types of organizations. Organizations that provide services that are either National and/or International in scope and those that are defined only as International in scope. National Unaffiliated Organizations (those that are not part of a federation) are listed in the National section unless they specifically noted in their 2003 CFC application that they wished to be included in the International section.
There are minor changes to the Preface and Introduction this year. Of note is the revised language under the definition of a "Federation." The Preface and Introduction must be reproduced exactly in your local campaign brochure and on the Federal agency's electronic information system, if available.
The Preface and Introduction also informs donors that the EIN is part of each listing and also includes a reference to several resource organizations that provide information about charity finances and accountability, as well as trends in giving and volunteering.
Alphabetical and numerical indexes for the National list are available on the CFC home page. In addition, we have included a version of the National list without 25-word statements. This format may be used by campaigns that received less than $100,000 in contributions in the 2002 CFC.
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*This organization has administrative and fundraising expenses above 25 percent, and is taking the steps necessary to bring these expenses below the 25 percent level.
Copies of the brochure must be made available to all Federal employees. Use of agency computer systems may not replace the availability of printed brochures.
Please note that this MEMO and the list will not be mailed to Principal Combined Fund Organizations or Local Federal Coordinating Committee. The National List will only be available on the CFC home page: http://www.opm.gov/aboutus/CombinedFederalCampaign/.
If you have questions about accessing this list or any problems associated with the format, please email Valinda Pittman at email@example.com. She will be happy to assist you.
Best wishes for a successful campaign!