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Senior Executive Service

Performance-Based Pay System

The Cleveland Federal Executive Board

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CFCLI Orientation

Cleveland Federal Executive Board Overview

October 16, 2007

UNITED STATES OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

June 15, 2005


Federal executive board feb

Federal Executive Board (FEB)

Agenda

  • Introduction

  • FEB History and Purpose

  • The Cleveland FEB History, Mission, Lines of Business, and Organization

  • FEB Themes

  • FEB Strategic Plan

  • FEB Highlight for FY 2007

  • Challenges

  • Questions

    Revised 10/11/2007


Federal executive boards

Federal Executive Boards

President of the United States

U.S. Office of Personnel Management

28 Federal Executive Boards

59 Federal Executive Associations

The Cleveland Federal Executive Board


Federal executive board

Federal Executive Board

  • FEB History

    • On November 10, 1961, President Kennedy signed Executive

      Letter establishing Federal Executive Boards (FEB).

  • FEB Purpose

    • Federal Executive Board were established to bring the government closer to the people we serve, to help federal agencies be more responsive to local issues, and to serve as a conduit of information from the Executive Office of the President to the federal agencies located outside Washington, DC.

The Cleveland Federal Executive Board


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The Cleveland Federal Executive Board

  • Cleveland FEB History

    • The Cleveland FEB was established in 1966 by President Johnson.

    • Bureau of Budget (now OMB) and the Civil Service Commission (now OPM) designates NASA as FEB sponsor agency for the Cleveland area (staff and infrastructure)

    • By-Laws adopted to provide internal governance of FEB.

  • Mission

    • The mission of the Cleveland FEB is to unify federal agencies in a manner that better serve the community and federal employees.

The Cleveland Federal Executive Board


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The Cleveland Federal Executive Board

FEB Lines of Business

All FEBs will focus on two primary and distinct lines of business.

  • Emergency Preparedness, Safety and Security of Employees: (COOP Working Groups, 24/7 Emergency Notification, Pandemic Awareness, Safety Fairs)

  • Human Capital Readiness: (Employee Development, Education & Training, Succession Planning, Awards, Conflict Management, Retirement Planning)

  • Community Outreach: (CFC, Job Fairs, Tutoring Programs, Awareness Programs)

The Cleveland Federal Executive Board


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The Cleveland Federal Executive BoardFY2008 Organizational Chart

U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Director, Linda Springer

Cleveland FEB

Executive Director, Michael Goin

Administrative Assistant, Roy Mullis

Chairperson

Geri Smith, U. S. Courts

Vice Chairperson

Martha Stearns, DFAS

2008 Policy Committee

Charles Allaman, FAA- Tower Joyce Cange, VARORADM John E. Crowley, USCG

C. Frank Figliuzzi, FBIGilbert Goldberg, SBA Marc Hurteau, DHS-CBP

Greg Johnson, USDCLyn Luttner, EPA Donald Marshall, USPS

William Montague, VAMCJudge Perry Rhew, OMHACheryl Robar, IRS

Robert Sullivan, DOLDr. Woodrow Whitlow, Jr., NASA

Ex. Officio

LTC Thomas Lippert, DCMAMichael Springer, GSADouglas Shelby, HUD


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2007 CFC Organizational Chart

U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Director: Linda Springer

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Office of CFC Operations

CFC Director: Curtis Rumbaugh, Acting

Cleveland Federal Executive Board

Executive Director: Michael Goin

Executive Assistant: Roy Mullis

Cleveland Federal Executive Board

Chairperson: Geri Smith, U.S. Courts

Vice Chairperson: Martha Stearns, DFAS

Local Federal Coordinating Committee

Chairperson: William Montague, VAMC

The Cleveland Federal Executive Board


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The Cleveland Federal Executive Board

  • FEB Mission Themes

    • Communications

    • Reducing cost and improving efficiency

    • Facilitating service delivery

    • Partnering with community groups

    • Coordinating emergency services

  • We truly see ourselves as a conduit.

The Cleveland Federal Executive Board


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The Cleveland Federal Executive Board

  • Strategic Plan- 2003- 2008

    • Agency Focused Goals

      • Organize, staff, and manage the FEB to ensure value-added services to member agencies for enhanced productivity, improved quality and accessibility

      • Promote emergency planning and security awareness

The Cleveland Federal Executive Board


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The Cleveland Federal Executive Board

  • Strategic Plan*- 2003- 2008, cont…

  • Community-Focused Goals

    • Promote community service and charitable giving

      • Exceed previous years’ charitable giving

      • Increase CFC participation each year

      • Promote volunteerism

  • Employee- Focused Goals and Objectives

    • Recognize/Acknowledge federal employees

    • Enhance the member agencies ability to recruit, develop, and retain a high quality, diverse workforce.

      * New Strategic Plan Expected Winter 2007, covering FY2008- 2012


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    The Cleveland Federal Executive Board

    • FY2008 FEB Committees and Lead Agency

      • Cleveland Federal Community Leadership Institute (CFCLI)- Co-lead by VA and NASA

      • Combined Federal Campaign- Chair- VAMC, Co-Chair- EPA

      • Community Relations Committee- FBI

      • Development and Training Committee- USCG

      • Interagency Mediation Group- DFAS

      • Limited English Proficiency Group- EEOC

      • Recognition and Awards Committee- DFAS

      • Tutoring (project of a past CFCLI class)- VAMC

      • Security Committee- FBI

        • Security Sub-Committees

          • Emergency Preparedness- USCG, Information- NASA, Intelligence- FBI, Physical- FPS


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    The Cleveland Federal Executive Board

    • Sample Highlights for FY2007

      • Pandemic Awareness Training, October 2006

      • COOP Training, November 2006

      • GREAT Training, January 2007

      • Harvest for Hunger, March 2007

      • CFC Screening Meeting, April 2007

      • Federal Employees Recognition and Awards, “Wings of Excellence”, May 2007

      • Hate Crime Conference, May 2007

      • Pandemic Tabletop Exercise, May 2007

      • College Fair, CFCLI Graduation, 10,000 Steps, Covey Training, Lunch-n-Learns, June 2007

        * FEB sponsored programs, projects, and activities impact over 94 Federal Agencies, nearly 25,00 employees, and the surrounding communities of Northern Ohio


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    The Cleveland Federal Executive Board

    • Challenges for FY 2008/2009

      • Review and Adoption of OPM’s FEB strategic plan

        • 50% of time to be spent on Emergency Related Activities

        • Change in role as to be defined in National Response Framework

        • Maintaining value added programs and activities

      • Expand programs to include newer coverage areas

        • In 2007 the CFC campaign expanded to PA

      • Operate under a national FEB network model

        • In FY09 FEBs will operate under a new funding model

    The Cleveland Federal Executive Board


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    CFCLI’S Page

    Web Site Designed by Roy Mullis


    The circle of care

    The Circle of Care

    The Cleveland Federal Executive Board


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    Cleveland Federal Executive Board

    • Questions?

    The Cleveland Federal Executive Board


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    For Additional information on the Cleveland FEB visit the following Web Address:http://www.cleveland.feb.gov


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