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Each Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) must have an oversight body (Local Federal Coordinating Committee) and a nonprofit organization that administers the program (Principal Combined Fund Organization).
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 Principal Combined Fund Organization (PCFO) is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that is selected by the LFCC to conduct an effective and efficient campaign in a fair and even-handed manner aimed at collecting the greatest amount of charitable contributions possible.
The following items can be used by the LFCC and PCFO to plan a campaign and report the results.
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.
The 1417 Campaign Information System now combines three important reporting features: real-time campaign contact information updates year round, the annual 1417 campaign results reports, and the CFC charity coding and verification process. The contact information you provide will be used for communications with OCFC and populate the Campaign Locator search function that is now available on the CFC website.
Campaigns are responsible for the accuracy and timeliness of their information. Contact information updates requested by e-mail or telephone will be redirected to this site. Return here throughout the year to update your contact information as necessary.
Once you have entered your campaign's information go to the Campaign Locator to review the accuracy of your posting. If your information does not appear, please try refreshing your web browser. If you have questions or difficulties, contact CFCO at 202-606-2564.
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