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Personnel Management Office -- Solicitation of Federal Civilian and Uniformed Service Personnel for Contributions to Private Voluntary Organizations2015-Oct-232015-27009The United States Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is issuing a final rule to change the effective date of previously published Combined Federal Campaign regulations to January 1, 2017.
Personnel Management Office -- Solicitation of Federal Civilian and Uniformed Service Personnel for Contributions to Private Voluntary Organizations2014-Apr-172014-08574The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is issuing final regulations concerning the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). These final regulations are being issued in order to strengthen the integrity, streamline the operations and increase the effectiveness of the program to ensure its continued growth and success. They were designed in response to the recommendations of the CFC-50 Commission in the Federal Advisory Committee Report on the Combined Federal Campaign, issued in July, 2012. As such, we expect these regulations will improve donor participation, CFC infrastructure, and standards of transparency and accountability.
Personnel Management Office -- Solicitation of Federal Civilian and Uniformed Service Personnel for Contributions to Private Voluntary Organizations2013-Apr-082013-08017The United States Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is issuing a proposed rule to amend the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) regulations in order to strengthen the integrity, streamline the operations and increase the effectiveness of the program to ensure its continued growth and success.
Personnel Management Office -- Solicitation of Federal Civilian and Uniformed Service Personnel for Contributions to Private Voluntary Organizations-Eligibility and Public Accountability Standards2008-Feb-148-2794The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is making technical amendments to the final regulations concerning the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). These technical amendments correct the final rule issued on November 20, 2006, as revised on February 9, 2007, by making a change to the eligibility criteria and making several administrative changes brought to OPM's attention to other sections.
Personnel Management Office -- Solicitation of Federal Civilian and Uniformed Service Personnel for Contributions to Private Voluntary Organizations-Eligibility and Public Accountability Standards2007-Feb-097-2160The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is making a technical amendment to the final regulations concerning the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). This technical amendment corrects the final rule issued on November 20, 2006 by re-inserting text that was erroneously removed.
Personnel Management Office -- Solicitation of Federal Civilian and Uniformed Service Personnel for Contributions to Private Voluntary Organizations-Eligibility and Public Accountability Standards2006-Nov-206-19628The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is issuing final regulations concerning the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). These final regulations are being issued as part of OPM's effort to modernize the CFC and to realize administrative efficiencies. They were designed to address the current and future environment of the CFC where the electronic transmission of information will be more routine. As such, these regulations update the criteria for CFC eligibility, streamline the charity application process, ease the administrative burden on the local campaigns, promote the use of electronic technology in the administration of the CFC, and expand opportunities during disasters and emergencies for Federal donors to contribute to all charities participating in the CFC regardless of location.
Personnel Management Office -- Solicitation of Federal Civilian and Uniformed Service Personnel for Contributions to Private Voluntary Organizations-Eligibility and Public Accountability Standards2006-Jun-2906-5795The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is issuing proposed changes in eligibility requirements and public accountability standards, and to several other parts of the regulations, for the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). These proposed changes are intended to streamline the significant eligibility requirements and public accountability standards and other administrative areas to reduce the burden on applicant charitable organizations seeking to qualify for the CFC, simplify the administrative process of determining whether charitable organizations are eligible to participate in the CFC and facilitate modernization of the CFC program.
Personnel Management Office -- Solicitation of Federal Civilian and Uniformed Service Personnel for Contributions to Private Voluntary Organizations-Sanctions Compliance Certification2005-Nov-0705-22186The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is issuing a final regulation for the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). This regulation requires that each federation and unaffiliated organization applying to participate in the CFC must, as a condition of participation, certify that it is in compliance with all statutes, Executive orders, and regulations restricting or prohibiting U.S. persons from engaging in transactions and dealings with countries, entities, and individuals subject to economic sanctions administered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).
Personnel Management Office -- Solicitation of Federal Civilian and Uniformed Service Personnel for Contributions to Private Voluntary Organizations-Sanctions Compliance Certification2005-Mar-2905-6023The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is issuing a proposed regulation for the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). This regulation requires that each federation and unaffiliated organization applying to participate in the CFC must, as a condition of participation, certify that it is in compliance with all statutes, Executive orders, and regulations restricting or prohibiting U.S. persons from engaging in transactions and dealings with countries, entities, and individuals subject to economic sanctions administered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).
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