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Fiscal Year 2014 Federal Executive Board Network Annual Report

Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Chief Human Capital Officers
Katherine Archuleta Director
Fiscal Year 2014 Federal Executive Board Network Annual Report

It is my pleasure to share with you the enclosed Fiscal Year 2014 Federal Executive Board Network Annual Report. 

Federal Executive Boards (FEBs) serve as catalysts for intergovernmental communication, coordination and collaboration across the Nation.  Each Board brings together the highest-ranking senior leaders from the Federal agencies represented in its designated coverage area.  Through connecting strategic partners across Federal, State, and Local governments, FEBs build interagency partnerships and provide a forum for agencies to identify common needs and coordinate actions to meet shared goals.  Given their involvement with local communities, the 28 FEBs are significant contributors to advancing key policy initiatives outside of Washington, D.C. 

Fiscal Year 2014 proved to be a very productive year for the Boards in a number of important areas.  FEBs improved agencies’ emergency preparedness by sponsoring 32 continuity exercises and 74 emergency planning workshops, provided training opportunities to 27,924 Federal employees, and supported local Combined Federal Campaign efforts.  The Boards made significant progress in all three of their strategic lines of business and, as a result, reduced duplicative efforts and contributed to improved Government operations.

I commend the Boards for their contribution to a more effective and efficient Federal Government to serve the American public.

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