Today, the Federal Executive Boards are more relevant than at any other time in history. In continuing times of personnel reductions, budget cutbacks and reorganization, interagency collaboration is critical to achieving results. As the local Federal ambassador, the FEB identifies opportunities for partnerships with intergovernmental and community organizations. Interagency collaboration is no longer just a wise choice; it is the platform for meeting agency mission goals. The Greater Kansas City Federal Executive Board’s Committees are a vital link to intergovernmental coordination identifying common ground and building cooperative relationships.
Emergency Preparedness, Employee Safety and Security
Workforce Development & Support
Diversity Education & Cultural Awareness
Education & Training
Employee of the Year Award – Omaha/Lincoln Area
Excellence in Government Awards Program – St. Louis
Public Employees Recognition Day & Awards – Kansas City
President’s Management Council Interagency Rotation Program
Workforce Building & Succession Management
Committees have the authority to carry out their programs with considerable flexibility; however, all events of the various committees are the responsibility of the Executive Committee through the FEB officers and staff. Prior to finalization of plans, the event chair must assure that the FEB officers/staff are informed of all details. All commitments for expenditure of funds MUST be authorized by the FEB Executive Director.