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    Alexandria, VA- Federal Managers Association (FMA) National President Patricia Niehaus will appear on FederalNewsRadio's FEDtalk tomorrow to discuss the Association's upcoming National Convention and Management Training Seminar and recent legislative action affecting federal managers and supervisors.

    Niehaus will be joined by FMA Executive Director Todd Wells and Government Affairs Director Jessica Klement to provide an overview of the Association's Convention and how it will focus on the theme, Federal Managers - Turning Policy into Action. The training seminar, taking place on Tuesday, March 15, is open to all managers and supervisors across the federal government and will feature five panels of experts on various topics relevant to managing today's federal workforce. Bill Bransford, of Shaw, Bransford & Roth, will serve as the speaker on one of the panels relating to management training, and he will join the FMA trio to offer a preview of his presentation.

    During the second half of the show, FMA's Klement will discuss recently-introduced legislation impacting federal managers and employees alike. Since the 112th Congress convened in early January, lawmakers have introduced several bills disparaging the work of federal employees. Niehaus, Wells and Klement will discuss FMA's response to these issues, as well as the Association's 2011 legislative agenda.

    The radio show airs at 11:00 am on Friday, February 11, 2011, and can be heard on www.federalnewsradio.com or WFED 1500AM in the Washington, D.C. area. Questions can be e-mailed in advance to fedtalk@federalnewsradio.com. More information on FEDtalk can be found at:http://www.shawbransford.com/fedtalk.php.

    FEDtalkairs Fridays from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm and can be heard onwww.federalnewsradio.comor WFED 1500AM in the Washington, D.C. area.

    A recording of the show will be posted to bothwww.federalnewsradio.comand FMA's Website atwww.fedmanagers.org


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