The Federal Executive Board network continues to be a constructive, unifying force within the Federal Government. In the course of its 50-year history, the FEB system has more than proved its value in ensuring a clear and effective communications medium between all levels of Government. FEBs operate under the oversight of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management in accordance with regulations located at 5 CFR § 960.


COMMUNICATE: Inform member agencies of each other’s initiatives and successes, and inform the local community of national policies and priorities.
REDUCE COSTS AND IMPROVE EFFICIENCY: Bring together agencies with common clients so the government services are convenient for the customer.
FACILITATE SERVICE DELIVERY: Draw together agencies with common clients so that their efforts are complementary.
PARTNER WITH COMMUNITY GROUPS: Partner with community groups to solve problems.
COORDINATE EMERGENCY SERVICES: Stand ready to marshal resources of the entire federal community, whether to aid a member agency in a crisis, or to assist the citizenry in a public emergency.