Workforce Development

The work of the Federal Executive Board is carried out primarily through committees. Chairs of the committees are elected or appointed by the FEB Chair and generally serve a one fiscal year term. Selection of membership and organization of the committees are at the discretion of the chairs. Size and composition of the committees are influenced by the nature of the programs, and the skills and expertise required.

Workforce Development

Mediation Committee (Shared Neutrals Alternative Dispute Resolution Program (SNAP) Committeeutilizes Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) methods, specifically mediation, upon request from federal agencies. This is a service offered to our partner agencies by the FEB at no cost to participants.

Employee of the Year Awards Program is led by an FEB detail each year. Winners are announced  during Public Service Recognition Week, and draws nearly 1,000 nominations. This event has been held for over 50 years and continues to celebrate the work of Federal service.

Local Training Programs are designed to enhance our legal, human resources, and emergency preparedness initiatives as well as prepare our community’s future leaders. Soft Skills classes are available to help employees improve customer service, grammar, and public speaking skills. Local training saves travel dollars and provides networking and interagency collaboration opportunities.

Federal Academic Alliance is a partnership with the U.S. Office of Personnel Management that provides higher educational opportunities to the Federal workforce. Federal employees can move at their own pace to pursue post-secondary education at reduced tuition rates. All Federal employees are eligible; some agreements extend this benefit to spouses and legal dependents.

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