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FEB Strategic Plan 08 12

FEB Strategic Plan 08 12

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Federal
 
Executive
 
Board
Strategic
 
and
 
Operational
 
Plan2008
2012
UNITED
 
STATES
 
OFFICE
 
OF
 
PERSONNEL
 
MANAGEMENT
 
 
FEDERAL EXECUTIVE BOARDSStrategic and Operational Plan FY2008-2012
 INTRODUCTION
The first 10 Federal Executive Boards (FEB) were established by Presidential Directive in1961 to "increase the effectiveness and economy of Federal agencies.” Currently, 28 FEBsare located nationwide in areas with a significant Federal population. The Boards arecomprised of local, senior-level Federal agency officials.Today, the Boards are more relevant than at any other time in history. In continuing times of personnel reductions, budget cutbacks and reorganization, interagency collaboration iscritical to achieving results. As the local Federal ambassador, the FEB identifiesopportunities for partnerships with intergovernmental and community organizations.Interagency collaboration is no longer just a wise choice; it is the platform for meetingagency mission goals.The FEBs are models for partnership-based government. The Boards serve as a vital link tointergovernmental coordination identifying common ground and building cooperativerelationships. FEBs also have a long history of establishing and maintaining valuablecommunication links to prepare for and respond to local and national emergencies. Whilepromoting issues related to Administration initiatives, they provide targeted trainingprograms, employee development, shared resources, and local community outreach andparticipation. The Board’s role as a conduit of information and a meeting point for a varietyof agencies--each with a different mission--is critical to a more effective government. FEBspromote awareness of the Federal Government’s involvement in, and contribution to,communities across the country.The U.S. Office of Personnel Management is responsible for the organization and functionsof FEBs (5 CFR Part 960).
VISION
Creating partnerships for intergovernmental collaboration.
MISSION STATEMENT
To create value to the public by fostering communication, coordination and collaborationwith Federal, state, and local government agencies.1
 
 
GUIDING PRINCIPLES
1. Respond to local needs and national priorities2. Leverage resources3. Balance priorities4. Account for outcomes5. Promote the FEB network 
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
The Federal Executive Boards will –1. Deliver services under two Lines of Business:
 
Emergency Preparedness, Security and Employee Safety
 
Human Capital Readiness2. Advance local and national initiatives through intergovernmental partnerships
 
Building the capacity of the Federal Executive Board
 
Combined Federal Campaign or other community outreach2

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