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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT FMA
This section addresses some frequently asked questions about the Federal Managers Association. If you do not see your question listed, please feel free to email to the FMA National Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. If your question has broad appeal, it may be added to the list below.
FMA Corporate Partners
The FMA Corporate Partner Program is designed to introduce leading private-sector organizations with an interest in promoting a better and more efficient federal government to managers and supervisors throughout the Civil Service.
For more information on becoming an FMA Corporate Partner please contact the FMA National Office at (703) 683-8700 or email@example.com. For more detailed information on FMA Corporate Partnerships, please visit the FMA Corporate Partner page.
FMA Community Partners
Who is TEAM-FMA? FMA works with numerous, like-minded affiliates and coalitions that promote and advocate on behalf of federal public service. For a more detailed listing FMA Community Partner organizations and programs, please visit the FMA Community Partner page.
For questions regarding upcoming events, learning opportunities, seminars and more, please visit the Frequently Asked Events Questions page here.
A listing of upcoming and recent events can be found on the FMA Events page.
FMA offers several membership categories. Choose the one that's right for you by reviewing the different member types below. When you are ready to apply, click the blue “Join Now” bar to the left of your screen or contact the FMA National Office at (703) 683-8700 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chapter Membership: Contact your Chapter Leader to Apply!
This category includes all federal supervisory or managerial personnel. Regular members may hold any elected or appointed office in the association and the membership is held within a local FMA chapter.
Associate membership includes all individuals not otherwise recognized who profess an interest in the purpose and goals of the association. Associate members shall be entitled to all benefits and services offered by the association, except they may not hold any elected office above the chapter level in this association. Associate members may hold elected or appointed office in their local chapter if so authorized by the local chapter by-laws.
Any retired or retiring member may retain their membership and will be entitled to all rights, benefits and privileges of the members of the association. Retired chapter members may hold elected or appointed office in their local chapters if so authorized by their local chapter by-laws.
Lifetime Retired Members
Become a lifetime retired member of FMA for just $250! Retired Lifetime Members may be assessed additional fees through affiliation with a local FMA chapter, and therefore must abide by the by-laws of the local chapter regarding lifetime membership.
Membership at Large: Click here to join!
Lifetime Retired Members: $250 one-time fee!
This category gives any eligible retired federal manager an opportunity to become a lifetime member of FMA by paying a one-time fee. Retired Lifetime Members-at-Large will not be assessed any additional fees unless they wish to be affiliated with a local FMA chapter.
FMA is a national organization, representing federal managers located not just in the Washington, DC metro area, but throughout the United States and abroad! This handy map will show you just how many federal employees live in your congressional district.
Since 1913, FMA has been a passionate advocate for excellence in federal public service through effective management, as well as a forceful champion of its members’ legislative agenda.
FMA effectively brings your concerns on job, career, salary and benefits, retirement security and other issues to the attention of lawmakers and top agency decision-makers. Its team of advocates, policy analysts, and communications specialists leads this effort. FMA members also play a vital role. They testify before Congress, furnish issue briefs to lawmakers and share concerns with them, and comment on current and proposed federal policies and regulations.
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The Association’s considerable political influence stems from a team approach to advocacy. When lawmakers or agency decision-makers consider proposals that could adversely affect the management of the federal workforce, they quickly realize that TEAM FMA stands together to protect the interests of all its members. FMA’s
As a group, FMA is a respected member of the federal employee community. The Association is an active member of the