What people are saying about the proposed overhaul of the Combined Federal Campaign


The feedback keeps coming on the Office of Personnel Management’s planned makeover of the Combined Federal Campaign. With just five days to go before the June 7 deadline to weigh in, OPM has gotten some 320 comments as of today, according to the government website, regulations.gov.

But as FedLine has previously noted, OPM so far isn’t making any of those comments public. In response to our request, a number of you emailed your comments, and, with the permission of each individual or organization, we’re posting links below. Thanks very much to all who responded.

In an emailed statement, incidentally, Keith Willingham, national CFC director, said that OPM will strive to post comments “as quickly as possible” after June 7. In the meantime, FedLine is happy to fill the gap.  If anyone else wants to send their input (positive, negative or neutral) on the proposed changes, please email it to Sean Reilly at sreilly@federaltimes.com.

America’s Charities

American Lung Association

Campaign Service Center

CFC Nexus

Coastal Carolina CFC

Community Health Charities

Emerging Leadership Council for the CFC National Capital Area

Intermountain CFC–Local Federal Coordinating Committee

Global Impact, Earthshare and eight other organizations

Karl Howard, federal employee

Hope Stone Kids New Orleans

Bill Huddleston, consultant

Maryland Nonprofits

Vincent Marzullo, federal employee

Nonprofit Roundtable of Greater Washington

Primary Children’s Medical Center Foundation

Woody Thomas, federal employee

United Way of the Eastern Upper Peninsula

United Way of Northern Utah

United Way Worldwide

Workplace Giving Alliance




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