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The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has proposed changes to the eligibility requirements, the public accountability standards, and to other parts of the current Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) regulations found at Part 950 of title 5 of the Code of Federal Regulations. The proposed changes are intended to streamline the eligibility requirements, the public accountability standards, and other administrative requirements to reduce the burden on charitable organizations seeking to qualify for the CFC. The proposed changes also are intended to simplify the administrative process for determining whether charitable organizations are eligible to participate in the CFC and to facilitate modernization of the CFC program.
The proposed regulations can be found online in this copy of the Federal Register.
As noted in the Federal Register, OPM will consider comments received within 45 days from the date of publication of the proposed regulations. You may submit comments, identified by regulation identifier number (RIN), by any of the following methods:
OPM continues to experience significant delays with mail service associated with irradiating mail prior to its delivery to Federal offices. As a result, all organizations submitting comments by mail are encouraged to use "next day" or "overnight delivery." If you have any questions regarding the proposed regulations, please contact Mark W. Lambert, Senior Compliance Officer for the Office of CFC Operations, by telephone on (202) 606-2564, by FAX on (202) 606-0902, or by email at email@example.com.