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

For our Dallas friends,here are some more safe Halloween Activities for the family, courtesy of the Dallas Park and Recr...
10/30/2020

For our Dallas friends,

here are some more safe Halloween Activities for the family, courtesy of the Dallas Park and Recreation Department

Wondering how to safely let your little ghouls and goblins enjoy Halloween? Visit DallasParks.org to find a list of drive thru Halloween Activities happening at #DallasParks Recreation Centers. https://bit.ly/2HkTvru

For our friends in Dallas who are looking to get into the Halloween spirit tomorrow
10/30/2020
City of Dallas - City Hall

For our friends in Dallas who are looking to get into the Halloween spirit tomorrow

Looking for a way to get sweet treats and fun for the family this Halloween? Look no more! The #DallasCandyCaravan is happening this Saturday, October 31. You don't want to miss it. Secure your ticket today.

DFW Federal Colleagues,It is with deep sorrow that we share with you information of the passing of Curtistene McCowan, M...
10/30/2020
DeSoto Mayor Curtistene McCowan has died of lung cancer, three weeks after announcing diagnosis

DFW Federal Colleagues,

It is with deep sorrow that we share with you information of the passing of Curtistene McCowan, Mayor of the City of DeSoto and wife of former ACF Regional Administrator Leon McCowan. She was a strong leader and advocate who will be deeply missed. Please hold Leon and his family close in thought and prayer.

The DFW FEB will share any additional information as we receive it.

https://www.dallasnews.com/news/politics/2020/10/28/desoto-mayor-curtistene-mccowan-has-died-of-lung-cancer-three-weeks-after-announcing-diagnosis/

DeSoto Mayor Curtistene McCowan has died of lung cancer, a little more than three weeks after announcing her diagnosis during a City Council meeting on Zoom.

DFW Federal colleagues,this week's CFC Cause of the Week is Arts & Culture
10/26/2020

DFW Federal colleagues,

this week's CFC Cause of the Week is Arts & Culture

#ArtsAndCulture programs protect and connect us to the past. They are also an investment in the future. Many communities face challenges in preserving their traditions due to lack of necessary resources. #ShowSomeLoveCFC to arts and culture and Be the Face of Change at GiveCFC.org.

DFW Federal employees,the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of Inspector General, Office of Inves...
10/23/2020

DFW Federal employees,

the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of Inspector General, Office of Investigations is currently accepting applications from students in the DFW area to be part of their Student Volunteer Internship program for summer 2021.

The Student Volunteer Internship Program exposes students to the work of the Office of Investigations and potential career opportunities. Student interns gain valuable work experience by supporting activities related to criminal and civil investigations of fraud, waste, and abuse in HHS programs, primarily Medicare and Medicaid.

Student interns will learn about federal laws, regulations and guidance related to HHS Programs, provide investigative and administrative support for current investigations and assist with special projects.

Find out more about this program and HHS at https://www.hhs.gov/careers/how-apply/how-apply-hhs-student

You must apply following the instructions on https://oig.hhs.gov/careers/internship-opportunities

Please like and share with anyone who may be interested

08/28/2020
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DFW Federal Employees,

stay tuned for additional acceptance speeches from the winners of the 2020 FEBies!

The full program agenda of the 2020 FEB Public Service Awards (FEBies) is available at the DFW FEB website:

https://dfw.feb.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/2020-FEB-Program-Booklet-FINAL-8.25.2020.pdf

Come learn more about your fellow federal employee colleagues who:
- are serving on this year's FEB Executive Board
- are serving on this year's FEB Committees
- were part of the FEB Leadership Enhancement & Education Program graduating class of 2020
- were participants in the DFW FEB Mentoring Cohort class of 2020
- were 2020 FEBies finalists

08/27/2020
2020 DFW FEB Federal Employee of the Year - Peter Choi USPTO

DFW Federal Employees,

Meet Peter Choi, the recipient of the 2020 DFW FEB Federal Employee of the Year!

Peter works for the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and has demonstrated exemplary performance, superior quality and a commitment to excellence. Peter delivers exemplary service in daily work and has made a notable contribution far exceeding normal expectations, and stands as a role model for others in being productive, committed and possessing quality in carrying out his responsibilities while displaying a high level of professionalism and ethics.

Congratulations Peter on a job well done!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vTQub5jBmQ

Federal Public Service Award Winner - 2020

08/26/2020
2020 DFW FEB Rookie of the Year - Rebecca Dake FEMA

DFW Federal Employees,

Meet Rebecca Dake, the recipient of the 2020 DFW FEB Rookie of the Year Award!

Rebecca works for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and has displayed fresh new ideas, outstanding value, performance, training/educational achievements, or specific contributions. Rebecca led numerous changes that resulted in improved service, efficiency, value and efficiency for her agency.

Congratulations Rebecca on a job well done!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8OXN5Zgzlow

Federal Public Service Award Winner - 2020

08/25/2020
The 2020 FEBies Virtual Award Ceremony

The 2020 FEB Virtual Public Service Awards Ceremony "The FEB'ies" is finally here. We’re super excited and know you’re eager to see the Best & Brightest in Public Service!

Thanks to the DFW TSA Media Team, and to Karen Willis for organizing the event and use of the TSA Studio! Thank you to Miguel Medina for assisting us on "film day".

Special thanks to Crystal Cherry, Transportation Security Inspector (detailed as TSA Social Media Specialist) for developing the video, the beautiful editing, graphics, background, and more! Crystal has such a bright future in Media. Her knowledge, adaptability, and professionalism will carry her far as she looks to advance her career in the Federal Government. She is an awesome talent and an absolute pleasure to work with.

You can check out the ceremony here:
https://youtu.be/wBNXnhoqhjk

ENJOY!

Kelly Ann Anderson, DFW FEB Executive Director

For our friends who live and/or work in Fort Worth, the nightly curfew there has ended!
06/06/2020
Nightly curfew ends

For our friends who live and/or work in Fort Worth, the nightly curfew there has ended!

The City Council withdrew a resolution that would have continued the curfew. As a result, the curfew ended at 5 p.m. Thursday.

For our friends in Denton, the curfew in the city of Denton has been lifted!https://www.cityofdentonnews.com/post/may-31...
06/06/2020
May 31 Curfew and Order Terminated

For our friends in Denton, the curfew in the city of Denton has been lifted!

https://www.cityofdentonnews.com/post/may-31-curfew-and-order-terminated

Curfew and Other Restrictions No Longer in Effect DENTON, TX, June 5, 2020 – Effective immediately, City of Denton Mayor Chris Watts has terminated the declaration of local disaster and order that was issued on May 31, 2020. The mayoral order had previously implemented a 9 p.m. curfew in designate...

Passing this along to our friends in Denton...Denton has implemented a 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew for parts of the city sta...
06/01/2020
Update: City Continues to Promote Peaceful Demonstrations in Denton

Passing this along to our friends in Denton...

Denton has implemented a 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew for parts of the city starting Sunday, and going through June 7. This includes the city's downtown Area, the Denton County Courthouse, jail facility, and any other areas of the Denton County building complex.

Public safety personnel, credentialed members of the news media, individuals traveling to and from work, or individuals seeking medical attention, among other designated persons or activities are exempted from this curfew;

Within the designated areas (Exhibit 1), the following items will be prohibited from 5 p.m. until 6 a.m.:
- Weapons, including knives, pepper spray, and clubs;
- All purses, bags, and containers larger than a small clutch bag, backpacks and
other similar bags and containers as listed in the order; and
- Projectiles and signs with rigid components that could be used as a weapon.

https://www.cityofdentonnews.com/post/update-city-continues-to-promote-peaceful-demonstrations-in-denton

Local Order Implements Curfew and Other Restrictions in Designated Areas DENTON, TX, UPDATED on June 1, 2020 at 3 p.m. – The City has received inquiries regarding the purpose and need to issue a curfew and emergency order in certain areas of the city. It is absolutely not a response to or reflecti...

For our friends who live and/or work in Fort Worth,Mayor Betsy Price has declared a state of emergency and an 8pm curfew...
06/01/2020
Curfew in place in Fort Worth beginning at 8 p.m. June 1

For our friends who live and/or work in Fort Worth,

Mayor Betsy Price has declared a state of emergency and an 8pm curfew in the interest of public health and safety. The nighttime curfew is established for all of Fort Worth, including public places and streets, beginning June 1. The nightly curfew will begin at 8 p.m. and will end at 6 a.m. the following morning.

During the hours of curfew, travel on public streets or in any public place is prohibited. However, first responders and news media personnel are exempt. People traveling to and from work or school or seeking medical attention are also exempt.

Violating the curfew is a misdemeanor offense punishable by a fine up to $500.

The declaration of emergency is in place for up to 72 hours unless it is continued by the Fort Worth City Council.

The nighttime curfew is established for all of Fort Worth, including public places and streets, beginning June 1. The declaration of emergency is in place for up to 72 hours unless it is continued by the Fort Worth City Council.

05/05/2020
SOHUD Giving Tuesday

Federal Colleagues,
Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world.

To help generate awareness of Giving Tuesday, here is a YouTube video from Dr. Ben Carson: https://youtu.be/dfdUt1aw10E.

#GivingTuesdayNow.

Federal employees have the option of donating through the CFC from now until June 30, 2020.

Please see the link below where Acting OPM Director Michael Rigas discusses the special solicitation window for the CFC to support charities serving and affected by COVID-19.

https://youtu.be/9LDCkxPYwwo

For our Fort Worth friends,This new stand-alone disaster declaration will continue Fort Worth’s state of disaster past A...
04/30/2020
Fort Worth adopts new stand-alone disaster declaration to align with governor's orders

For our Fort Worth friends,

This new stand-alone disaster declaration will continue Fort Worth’s state of disaster past April 30, 2020, with specific changes to address the evolving nature of the emergency situation and to ensure that the city remains consistent with Governor Abbott’s Executive Orders and Open Texas Plan.

This new resolution supersedes and replaces the declaration made on April 23 in its entirety. The stand-alone resolution stays in effect if the governor amends his current Orders and expires when the governor ends his Orders. However, if there are major changes, the City Council can convene a special-called meeting to amend the Resolution.

Please read the linked post for further details!

The City of Fort Worth City Council adopted a new stand-alone resolution continuing Fort Worth's state of disaster, as well as incorporating provisions of Executive Orders issued on April 27 by Governor Greg Abbott.

Dallas friends,Dallas has established a COVID-19 resource and information hotline at 214-670-INFO (4636).Click below for...
04/30/2020
City of Dallas - City Hall

Dallas friends,

Dallas has established a COVID-19 resource and information hotline at 214-670-INFO (4636).

Click below for more information!

Do you have COVID-19 related questions? Get the answers you need by calling the City's COVID-19 resource and information hotline at 214-670-INFO (4636). You'll have access to information on testing locations, employment assistance and more.

DFW Federal Colleagues,In response to the National Emergency declared for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), federal a...
04/20/2020
Open Opportunities

DFW Federal Colleagues,

In response to the National Emergency declared for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), federal agencies have details, microdetails, and/or temporary rotational assignments available to federal employees.

The COVID-19 Response Program is designed for federal employees to have an opportunity to support the federal response to COVID-19, and will use Open Opportunities, a government-wide platform offering professional development opportunities to current federal employees.

To browse the current opportunities listed, visit:

https://openopps.usajobs.gov/

04/18/2020
Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum

DFW Federal Colleagues and friends,

Tomorrow Sunday marks the 25th Anniversary of the Oklahoma City Bombing. On this anniversary, we are reminded that the choice of Public Service extracts a cost from all of us who serve. Even for those who were not in Oklahoma on April 19, 1995, we all must sit with the knowledge that there are those who would do us, those we love, and those we serve harm because we have chosen this vocation. Now we, the federal community along with our state and local partners, find ourselves in another crisis, battling an invisible foe and working tirelessly (and often in harms way) to provide for the health and welfare of our colleagues, communities, and families.

We invite you all to take a moment and reflect on our own past, and the 168 people (including 19 children) who lost their lives 25 years ago. The threads of Oklahoma City run through the work we do today, informing the steps we take to protect one another, and the national landscape around us.

Family Members, Survivors and First Responders read each of the 168 names. We will all join in 168 seconds of silence, to remember those who were killed, those who survived and those changed forever. Presiding Bishop Michael B. Curry, Senator James Lankford, Governor Kevin Stitt, and Mayor David Holt will share messages of hope and remembrance. Kristin Chenoweth closes out the hour long program with a tribute to educating the next generation.

While this year’s Anniversary is unique, and we aren’t physically together – we hope by watching this ceremony you feel a sense of unity… still 25 years later.

For our Fort Worth friends,Fort Worth City Hall has created a database listing various organizations ready to offer supp...
04/03/2020
Improvements made to one-stop database listing organizations ready to offer support

For our Fort Worth friends,

Fort Worth City Hall has created a database listing various organizations ready to offer support

A variety of assistance resources can be easily accessed online. The database provides contact information for a variety of groups. Some are faith-based, while others are area agencies whose mission is helping others.

04/01/2020

The Texas National Guard is working hard to convert the Kay Bailey Hutchinson convention center into an overflow hospital for the Dallas area.

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525 S. Griffin Street - Suite 870
Dallas, TX
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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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