DFW Federal Executive Board

DFW Federal Executive Board The Federal Executive Board (FEB) serves as the local Federal ambassador to federal communities in 28 field locations across the United States.
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The Dallas-Fort Worth Federal Executive Board is one of the original ten Executive Boards established by a Presidential Memorandum of November 10, 1961, by President John F. Kennedy. In 1982, the Executive Office of the President transferred authority for the FEB function to the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, which today maintains oversight of the FEB program. The FEB responsibilities are outlined in section 960 of title 5 of the United States Code. Today there are 28 Federal Executive Boards nationwide.

Mission: Vision – To be catalysts for better government. Mission – Increase the effectiveness of Federal Government by strengthening coordination of government activities.

Operating as usual

City of Dallas Water Utilities
02/22/2021

City of Dallas Water Utilities

Customer Alert!
City of Dallas Water Utilities IS NOT and HAS NOT been under a boil water alert. Please be assured that the DWU water system remains safe, stable and functioning. DWU water quality continues to meet or exceed all regulatory standards.
As leaks and mains are being repaired, water demands are reducing, indicating progress with Dallas’ overall water delivery system and loss management. DWU continues to make repairs to the delivery system as quickly as we can during this unprecedented time.

City of Dallas - City Hall
02/19/2021

City of Dallas - City Hall

Have damage from the February 2021 winter storm? Report all property damage to Texas Division of Emergency Management so Texas residents can get needed disaster relief from FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency: arcg.is/uOrOb

Fort Worth Water
02/18/2021

Fort Worth Water

City of Fort Worth issues boil water notice for western portions of the city.

Because of a loss of water system pressure, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality requires the City of Fort Worth, PWS ID 2200012, to notify water customers in the western portions of Fort Worth to boil their water prior to consumption (e.g., washing hands/face, brushing teeth, drinking, etc).

This impacts customers from Montgomery Street westward. The three cities in this area that buy drinking water from Fort Worth – Aledo, White Settlement and Westover Hills – have been notified.

Children, seniors, and persons with weakened immune systems are particularly vulnerable to harmful bacteria, and all customers should follow these directions.

To ensure destruction of all harmful bacteria and other microbes, water for drinking, cooking, and ice making should be boiled and cooled prior to use for drinking water or human consumption purposes. The water should be brought to a vigorous rolling boil and then boiled for two minutes.

In lieu of boiling, individuals may purchase bottled water or obtain water from some other suitable source for drinking water or human consumption purposes.

When it is no longer necessary to boil the water, the public water system officials will notify customers that the water is safe for drinking water or human consumption purposes.

Once the boil water notice is no longer in effect, the public water system will issue a notice to customers that rescinds the boil water notice in a manner similar to this notice.

Please share this information with all the other people who drink this water, especially those who may not have received this notice directly (for example, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses). You can do this by posting this notice in a public place or distributing copies by hand or mail.

If you have questions concerning this matter, you may contact the water utility at 817-392-4477 or email [email protected].

The city is working on establishing water distribution sites in this area and will announce these as soon as locations are finalized and water is on site.

The pressure loss is because of a large number of main breaks caused by the extremely cold temperatures. The loss of water through the main breaks is exceeding our ability to maintain storage through increased pumping. The utility has numerous crews working around the clock and has brought in contractors to assist with the repairs.

City of Dallas Water Utilities
02/18/2021

City of Dallas Water Utilities

Customer Alert!
As you know, there has been an increase in water main breaks, leaks, and burst pipes in homes and businesses. This may result in service interruptions to DWU customers while repairs are made. Please be assured that the DWU water system is safe, stable and functioning. For urgent water issues customers should contact 3-1-1 by phone, or online at bit.ly/3ub6hMM or through the OurDallas phone app. More information about using the app and where to get it are here: bit.ly/3s9cQNI.
Also, please remember that although mail may be delayed due to current conditions, DWU has suspended late fees and disconnects until further notice.

City of Dallas - City Hall
02/18/2021

City of Dallas - City Hall

Mobile warming centers are available throughout the city. The buses will be available 24-hours a day for as long as residents need them. You will also have the ability to charge portable electronics.

http://bit.ly/2NjR3no

02/17/2021
Oncor

Oncor

EMERGENCY UPDATE: We continue to protect the Texas electric grid and focus on the statewide power emergency at hand. We do not own or control any generators that supply power. We are ready to quickly and safely deliver power as soon as it is available. Our employees are trained to implement rotating outages. Unfortunately, there has been so little generation available that we have been unable to rotate additional outages. As soon as enough generation is available, we will rotate outages with a focus on those who have been without power for the longest period of time. Our focus continues to be on restoring power as soon as it is available.

City of Dallas Code Compliance Services
02/16/2021

City of Dallas Code Compliance Services

Fort Worth Fire Department
02/16/2021

Fort Worth Fire Department

In the past 48 hours, #YourFWFD has responded to more than 80 calls for service for carbon monoxide (CO) leaks and poisoning. While incredibly serious, CO is also preventable. Please see the information below to be sure you’re safe during these historically cold temperatures.

Fort Worth Fire Department
02/16/2021

Fort Worth Fire Department

Due to an increased need for water across the City of Fort Worth, #YourFWFD is currently accepting donations of bottled water at all 43 fire stations. If you can SAFELY travel out of your home and bring water to your local fire station it would be appreciated. Thank you!

02/16/2021
Fort Worth City Hall (City of Fort Worth)

Fort Worth City Hall (City of Fort Worth)

City opens Overnight Shelter

The city of Fort Worth is opening up an overnight shelter for residents who are without power.

Anyone needing the shelter will need to self-transport to the Fort Worth Convention Center and enter through the Houston Street entrance. The location is 1201 Houston St, Fort Worth, TX 76102.
COVID -19 screening will take place before entering the building and COVID -19 protocols will be in place.

Cots will be provided. People should bring their own blankets.
Food will not be provided.

Restrooms will be available, but there will not be facilities for showers.

At the present time we don't have any way to allow animals into the shelter.

Parking is the responsibility of each individual. Garages are available on Commerce and Houston Streets.

The city currently plans on operating the overnight shelter the following hours:
Monday/Tuesday 2/15-2/16 from 7 p.m. – 7 a.m.
Tuesday/Wednesday 2/16-2/17 from 7 p.m.- 7 a.m.
Wednesday/Thursday 2/17-2/18 from 7 p.m.- 7 a.m.
Thursday 2/18 7am CLOSE
Anyone using the shelter will have to leave in the morning.

The city will have warming stations available for anyone who needs to have a warm place to go.
Warming stations will operate from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Tuesday – Thursday.
Worth Heights Community Center
3551 New York Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76110
817-392-8722
Notes: Warming center only. No snacks or cots

Handley Meadowbrook Community Center
6201 Beaty St, Fort Worth, TX 76112
817-392-2830
Notes: Warming center only. No snacks or cots

Diamond Hill Community Center
1701 NE 36th St, Fort Worth, TX 76106
817-392-5485
Notes: Warming center only. No snacks or cots

View the website for updates
https://www.fortworthtexas.gov/news/2021/02/CFW-Opens-Overnight-Shelter

City of Dallas opens emergency warming center - Dallas City News
02/16/2021
City of Dallas opens emergency warming center - Dallas City News

City of Dallas opens emergency warming center - Dallas City News

The City of Dallas is opening a warming center at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas (KBHCCD), 650 S Griffin St. The warming center is a 24-hour intake until noon on Wednesday, Feb. 17 and opens at 7:00 p.m. Monday, Feb. 15. Residents can access the warming center on Canton Street (pa...

See DART's post regarding the impact on their services for the next few days due to the severe weather
02/15/2021
DART.org - DART News Release

See DART's post regarding the impact on their services for the next few days due to the severe weather

Find more information about the agency in DART news releases.

Fort Worth City Hall (City of Fort Worth)
02/15/2021

Fort Worth City Hall (City of Fort Worth)

The Office of Emergency Management is coordinating with all Public Safety Departments within Fort Worth to respond to the multiple issues caused by the winter weather. We are also keeping in mind that the second round of winter weather arrives Tuesday night.

We ask that you DO NOT call 911 to report your power outage. Please only call 911 for emergencies. If you do need to speak with someone about a non-life threatening safety issue regarding your power situation, please call 817-392-1234.

The rolling power outages have surpassed their expected time frame and are lasting several hours. Please see the graphic for information on what to do to conserve power if you do HAVE electricity. And what actions to take if you DO NOT have electricity at this time.

Please take the time between now and the next round of snow (Tuesday evening) to check on your neighbors. Make sure they have food, water and blankets. If you are able to help them, please do so safely. The temperatures will continue to be frigid and the roadways will remain dangerous. Only travel if you absolutely need to travel at this time.

Whether you're in Fort Worth or Dallas, the following tips may be useful during the current weather emergency
02/15/2021

Whether you're in Fort Worth or Dallas, the following tips may be useful during the current weather emergency

If you find yourself without power:
- Close blinds or curtains to keep in some heat.
- Close off rooms to avoid wasting heat.
- Wear layers of loose-fitting, lightweight, warm clothing. (Wear a
hat, shoes, or slippers as well).)
- Eat and drink. Food provides energy to warm the body.
- Stuff towels or rags in cracks under the doors.

Today is the FINAL DAY to Be the Face of Change and contribute to CFC! #ShowSomeLoveCFC
01/15/2021

Today is the FINAL DAY to Be the Face of Change and contribute to CFC! #ShowSomeLoveCFC

Today is the final day of the campaign! Don’t miss your chance to make your pledge at GiveCFC.org and make a real difference! Celebrate your generosity and Be the Face of Change! #ShowSomeLoveCFC

DFW Federal colleagues:You are invited to a battle of the FEB's!Join the Houston, Dallas-Fort Worth, and Oklahoma Federa...
01/14/2021

DFW Federal colleagues:

You are invited to a battle of the FEB's!

Join the Houston, Dallas-Fort Worth, and Oklahoma Federal Executive Boards for a FINISH STRONG Event

The North Texas, Texas Gulf Coast and Oklahoma/North Texas CFC Zones will be competing TOMORROW, January 14th, for the chance to pie the Federal Executive Board Director in the face LIVE!!!

This incredible event will take place on January 14, 2001 at 9am Central time.

Register in advance for this meeting using the following link
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwvcuqtpzIuE9XyigdUlU5LBxP7g_KKzB25

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting

We'll see you tomorrow Oklahoma Federal Executive Board Houston FEB

DFW Federal colleagues,this Friday is the final day to make a pledge to the current CFC campaign!
01/13/2021

DFW Federal colleagues,

this Friday is the final day to make a pledge to the current CFC campaign!

This Friday is the final day of the campaign. There are only two days left, so make your pledge today! Pledge to your chosen cause at GiveCFC.org and Be the Face of Change. #ShowSomeLoveCFC

North Texas CFC
01/12/2021

North Texas CFC

CFC Contributions are now TAX DEDUCTIBLE! Make your gift today at cfcgiving.opm.gov

Just a reminder for those affected:On August 8, the President signed an Executive Order to defer employee social securit...
01/12/2021
Debt to Social Security to Be Collected over 24 Pay Periods, Largest Payroll Processor Says

Just a reminder for those affected:

On August 8, the President signed an Executive Order to defer employee social security taxes, also known as Old Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI) deductions, due to COVID-19. Beginning pay period 18 (pay date September 21, 2020), employees with taxable wages less than $4,000 did not have OASDI deducted from their paycheck. The deferral was in place through pay period 25 (pay date December 28, 2020).

The total deferred amount will be divided by 26 pay periods to compute the biweekly repayment. The repayment will occur between pay period 26, 2020 (pay date January 11, 2021) and pay period 25, 2021 (pay date December 27, 2021) and deduct along with the standard 2021 OASDI contribution.

Affected employees can see the amount that is to be collected by subtracting the OASDI year-to-date deductions figure from the OASDI year-to-date benefits figure on their final 2020 leave and earnings statements. Also, beginning this month those statements “will show the amount of 2020 deferred OASDI collected in that pay period, as well as the remaining balance to be collected.”

The government’s largest payroll processor has said that it will collect debts to Social Security over 24 pay periods—starting with the one that began

ICYMI - "The 1% across the board pay raise, is effective with the first full pay period of the year, which runs January ...
01/12/2021
1 Percent Raise Finalized, Boosts Pay Caps

ICYMI -

"The 1% across the board pay raise, is effective with the first full pay period of the year, which runs January 3-16"

President Trump late on Thursday issued an executive order formalizing a 1 percent across the board pay raise, with no differences by locality, for

North Texas CFC
01/12/2021

North Texas CFC

The countdown has begun! There are only four days left to Be the Face of Change for the CFC. Make a pledge today at GiveCFC.org to support your favorite cause. Which cause will you choose? #ShowSomeLoveCFC

01/12/2021
North Texas CFC

North Texas CFC

What’s your favorite charitable cause? Choose to Be the Face of Change for your favorite cause by:
1.) Making a pledge on GiveCFC.org to support your cause
2.) Celebrating your chosen charity as your personal “Cause of the Week”
3.) Sharing your selfie on GiveCFC.org holding a cause card!

01/06/2021

Federal Community,

The Dallas Ft. Worth Federal Executive Board has been informed The Federal Protective Service is actively monitoring the situation in the National Capital Region involving the civil unrest.

There are no known threats to Federal Facilities in the Dallas Ft. Worth FEB geographic area at this time. We will provide update as necessary.

01/05/2021
North Texas CFC

North Texas CFC

Get ready! Next week is the final week for you to make your CFC pledge. Help us finish strong by choosing your own Cause of the Week to support! Together, we can Be the Face of Change! GiveCFC.org #ShowSomeLoveCFC

DFW Federal colleagues,If your cause is animal welfare, know the ways your biweekly payroll contribution can change a li...
01/05/2021

DFW Federal colleagues,

If your cause is animal welfare, know the ways your biweekly payroll contribution can change a life:

$25 shelters, feeds, and cares for an endangered animal, helping its species survive.
$125 sponsors a pet adoption at a local humane shelter.
$180 provides heartworm, flea, and tick prevention medicine for 10 dogs.

A payroll deduction of $15 every two weeks–less than the cost of one cup of coffee per day–would cover everything listed above once by the end of the year.

Find your CFC cause: There's one close to your heart and close to your home. https://cfcgiving.opm.gov/offerings

Donate by clicking here: https://northtexascfc.givecfc.org

This week, we celebrate #AnimalWelfare. Animals enrich our lives, but because they can’t speak for themselves, it is up to us to protect them. #ShowSomeLoveCFC today to your favorite animal-related CFC charity at GiveCFC.org.

DFW Federal colleagues,this week's CFC Cause of the Week is Mental Health.Find your CFC cause: There's one close to your...
12/29/2020

DFW Federal colleagues,

this week's CFC Cause of the Week is Mental Health.

Find your CFC cause: There's one close to your heart and close to your home. https://cfcgiving.opm.gov/offerings

Donate by clicking here: https://northtexascfc.givecfc.org

This week’s cause is #MentalHealth. This time of year can be very challenging for many people. Your gift can help individuals improve their emotional and psychological well-being through hotlines, counseling services, and other recovery programs and services. #ShowSomeLoveCFC today at GiveCFC.org.

North Texas CFC
12/22/2020

North Texas CFC

This week’s cause is #EnvironmentalProtection. The environment is ours to protect and preserve. #ShowSomeLoveCFC today at GiveCFC.org to CFC charities working to protect our planet for years to come through wildlife preservation, sustainability and other agricultural efforts.

DFW Federal colleagues,this week's CFC Cause of the Week is Environmental Protection.If your cause is environmental prot...
12/22/2020

DFW Federal colleagues,

this week's CFC Cause of the Week is Environmental Protection.

If your cause is environmental protection, know the ways your biweekly payroll contribution can help change the world:

$20 removes one pound of trash from the oceans and coastlines.
$50 plants 50 chemical-free seeds for more sustainable farmlands.
$50 helps fund patrols of coral reefs for six months, ensuring ocean rules and regulations are followed.

A payroll deduction of $10 every two weeks–less than the cost of one cup of coffee per day–would cover everything listed above more than twice by the end of the year.

Find your CFC cause: There's one close to your heart and close to your home. https://cfcgiving.opm.gov/offerings

Donate by clicking here: https://northtexascfc.givecfc.org

This week’s cause is #EnvironmentalProtection. The environment is ours to protect and preserve. #ShowSomeLoveCFC today at GiveCFC.org to CFC charities working to protect our planet for years to come through wildlife preservation, sustainability and other agricultural efforts.

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525 S. Griffin Street - Suite 870
Dallas, TX
75202

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(214) 767-5370

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