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Baltimore Grand Prix Race ALERT!

The Baltimore Grand Prix Race activities will begin on Friday, September 2, 2011. 

In view of the announced downtown access road closures and/or alternate routes and the level of planned Grand Prix activities on Friday, September 2, 2011 the Federal Executive Board recommends the following for federal agencies located in the Baltimore downtown area:

 ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2011, FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES LOCATED IN THE DOWNTOWN BALTIMORE AREA WILL BE OPEN.  HOWEVER, FOR THOSE AGENCIES IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE BALTIMORE GRAND PRIX RACE ACTIVITIES, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT EMPLOYEES BE PROVIDED THE OPTION OF TAKING UNSCHEDULED LEAVE OR PERFORMING TELEWORK IF ALREADY AUTHORIZED TO DO SO.  EMPLOYEES SHOULD NOTIFY THEIR SUPERVISOR OF THEIR INTENT TO USE UNSCHEDULED LEAVE OR TELEWORK.  AGENCY HEADS HAVE THE OPTION OF MODIFYING THIS RECOMMENDATION AS APPROPRIATE IF THEY FEEL THAT RACE ACTIVITIES WILL DIRECTLY AFFECT THEIR OPERATIONS.

Read more: Baltimore Grand Prix Race ALERT!

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 November 7, 8 -  LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM,  "The Leadership Environment " (Jerry Strom, Inc.)

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The Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program

The Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program (FLTCIP) Open Season ends June 24, 2011!

Now is the Time to Take the Next Step!

If you’ve decided to take advantage of the financial security and independence the FLTCIP may provide, then now is definitely the right time,” said Joan Melanson, Director of Program Promotion for the FLTCIP.  “With abbreviated underwriting, there are only a few key decisions to make, just seven health questions to answer, and a minimum of effort needed to apply.

Read more: The Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program 

FEB Training Seminars - June, 2011


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Simply Grammar
June 20 & 21 (prepares you for concise and clear writing)

· Write 2 the Point June 22-23  (includes agency Clear Writing requirements per Presidential Executive Order)

· Expert Presentation Skills June 24 (learn how to make a good presentation to a group)


 For Online Course Information and Registration:  www.jaelimited.com

 

 

LT. GOVERNOR BROWN LAUNCHES FIRST-IN-THE-NATION WEB PORTAL

LT. GOVERNOR BROWN LAUNCHES FIRST-IN-THE-NATION WEB PORTAL TO CONNECT VETERANS WITH FEDERAL JOBS

 

Mil2FedJobs portal provides transitioning veterans with more direct access to Federal positions

 

LARGO, Md. (April 26, 2011) – Today, Lt. Governor Anthony G. Brown joined Maryland Labor Secretary Alexander M. Sanchez, Secretary of Veterans Affairs Ed Chow and transitioning veterans at Prince George’s Community College to officially launch the Mil2FedJobs Web portal. The portal, located on the Maryland Workforce Exchange (MWEjobs.maryland.gov), is the first of its kind in any state to directly match transitioning servicemembers with careers in the Federal Government.

 

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, more than one in five young veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan were unemployed in 2010.  The unemployment rate for veterans under the age of 25 was 20.9 percent last year, compared to a rate of 17.3 percent for non-veterans of the same age group.

 

Read more: LT. GOVERNOR BROWN LAUNCHES FIRST-IN-THE-NATION WEB PORTAL 

Dr. Chris A. Heidelberg, Acting Director

This web site is designed to provide you with as much information as possible about the many programs, events, and initiatives in our Federal Executive Board area. All federal agencies and installations are considered “members” of the FEB.

To learn more about the FEB and Maryland area federal agencies, see our Vision, Values, and Mission Statement.

We look forward to your participation and input!

Ms. Alexis Smollok, Chair
2017 Board of Directors
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