QUARTERLY BOARD MEETINGS & TRAINING
The Full Board of the Colorado Federal Executive Board (the heads of all federal field offices) in Colorado meet quarterly to discuss the business of the CFEB, local issues and needs, and share information on current White House and Washington DC initiatives. Although targeted toward Agency Directors and senior management, these meetings are open to all employees and partners with an interest in the topic of the meeting.
7:30 – 11:00 am
7:30 Breakfast & Networking
8:00 Business Meeting
$28.00 (includes light breakfast & training)
Advance registration and payment is required for all classes. WALK-INS are not allowed.
No refunds for cancellations or no shows. However, you may send a substitute in your place.
All attendees are required to pay to attend.
Agencies are required to provide and make advance arrangements for special needs requests such as hearing interpreters.
CFEB Training Room
Denver Federal Center | Bldg 25
January 26, 2017
The Impact of Presidential Transitions
On January 20, 2017 a new President will be inaugurated and a new batch of Political Appointees and their staffs will begin their term in office. Are Federal Executives and Employees ready for this transition?
This forum will help career managers and executives get ready for the new Administration. While this forum will include a Constitutional discussion of how and why this transfer of power takes place, the main focus is a practicum for how career executives can prepare for this momentous change.
TRAINER | Grace Cummings, Founder of Working with Congress
Grace is the founder of Working With Congress, bringing with her over 24 years experience in campaign politics and service on Capitol Hill. Since 1995, Grace has pursued her passion for teaching as an adjunct faculty member at OPM’s Federal Executive Institute. There she teaches an intensive three-day seminar entitled “Working with Congress.” During this period, she also has taught at the USDA Grad School, the Department of Defense and served as a guest lecturer for American University’s Campaign Management Academy and Georgetown University’s Government Affairs Institute. Over this time, Grace worked full-time in a variety of executive and consulting positions, both on and off Capitol Hill. In March 2005, Grace decided to begin her own training business and bring Working With Congress to a wider audience.
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