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Combined Federal Campaign Running a Local Campaign

 

Overview

Each Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) Zone must have an oversight body called the Local Federal Coordinating Committee (LFCC) in accordance with 5 CFR §950.104. Each LFCC may engage an organization to administer the program called the Outreach Coordinator (OC).

The Local Federal Coordinating Committee (LFCC) is comprised of Federal employees and, whenever possible, members of local Federal inter-agency organizations, such as Federal Executive Boards, Federal Executive Associations, Federal Business Associations or, in the absence of such organizations, self-organized associations of local Federal officials. These groups will include local Federal agency heads or their representatives. It may also include representatives of employee unions and other employee groups. Rotation of the LFCC Chair position among the LFCC members is encouraged. For continuity, each LFCC should appoint a Vice Chair who would be expected to serve at the conclusion of the Chair’s term.

The OC provides local marketing support to their campaign zone, including developing marketing plans and materials, employee training, campaign event and activity support, and the printing and distribution of CFC Charity Lists and pledge forms as permitted in 5 CFR §950.102(d).

Local Campaign Governance

Each Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) region is governed by a Local Federal Coordinating Committee (LFCC). An LFCC is comprised of Federal employees and, whenever possible, members of local Federal inter-agency organizations, such as Federal Executive Boards, Federal Executive Associations or, in the absence of such organizations, self-organized associations of local Federal officials. These groups also include representatives of employee unions and other employee groups.

LFCCs are overseen by the Office of Personnel Management’s Office of CFC and must comply with the CFC regulations and guidance memoranda, as well as meet the deadlines in the CFC calendar.

Federal Employee Data

Web Resources for Identifying Federal Agencies/Employees in Your Area

  • Federal Employment Reports - source for statistical information on the size and composition of the Federal civilian workforce. The website contains free electronic publications that contain hundreds of tables and charts. Campaigns may use these tables to identify major agencies in a county and the number of individuals employed by each agency.
  • General Services Administration Inventory of Owned and Leased Properties - resource for the location of Federal buildings by state, county, or zip code.
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