The Houston Federal Executive Board represents approximately 31,000 Federal employees and 107 agencies in the 22 counties along the upper Texas Gulf Coast area. The Board is made up of agency heads, or their designated representative, all of whom are dedicated to be a constructive, unifying force within the Federal Government, and our community, by providing effective communications and coordination between Federal agencies as well as all levels of government.
The FEB's business lines are Emergency Preparedness, Employee Safety, and Security; Workforce Development and Support, and Strategic Partnerships.
Serve as a Catalyst for better Government by strengthening coordination of Government activities. Increase the effectiveness of Federal Government by strengthening coordination of collaborative Government activities. Visit Mission/Visison page ->
President John F. Kennedy introduced the first ten FEBs by Presidential Directive on November 13, 1961. Today there are 28 FEBs serving as a forum for communication and collaboration among Federal agencies outside of Washington, DC. Visit History page ->
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