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On an annual basis, the Office of CFC Operations (OCFCO) will review the status of E-technology usage in the CFC. Please complete the attached E-Technology Status Report and Request Form (E-Technology Form) on the following pages no later than June 16, 2008 (note: this is a revised date and differs from the OPM CFC calendar) to assist in that review. OCFCO may use the information provided in the E-Technology Form to audit campaign websites for compliance with the Guidelines for the Use of E-Technology in the CFC and to issue corrective instructions to bring websites into compliance.
The E-Technology Form also serves as LFCC notification to OCFCO that it has completed its annual review and approves of the local campaign website content and format, and any e-giving initiatives currently in use or in development for the campaign. In addition to LFCC review and approval for e-technology initiatives, pledging tools, or programs used for the CFC, OCFCO written approval is required for activities not previously approved in writing by OCFCO or modified since OCFCO approval. Products used in multiple campaign areas must be approved by each LFCC and OPM for each campaign area .CFC websites, however, do not require OCFCO authorization although websites are subject to compliance reviews by OCFCO as stated above. Additional information is available on our CFC E-Technology policy and guidance page.