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FMA's 83rd Annual National Convention
& Management Training

March 7, 2021, 4 pm - 7 pm Eastern

March 8, 2021, 6 pm - 9 pm Eastern

Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, this year's convention was conducted via Zoom. The convention recordings can be viewed at the links below.

Day 1, March 7, 2021



Day 2, March 8, 2021



Convention Agenda

(click the above link for the latest agenda)


Training presentations will be uploaded to Download Central below. Please take advantage of viewing these presentations, by your fellow FMA colleagues, at your leisure.

Day on the Hill

Though we cannot visit Capitol Hill this year due to the pandemic, FMA strongly encourages its members to meet with your Representatives and Senators virtually. This is how elected officials are hearing form their constituents and they need to hear about the challenges you and your colleagues have overcome the past year. FMA's Government Affairs team is ready to assist with helping you and your chapter schedule these meetings. More information will be shared in this regard in the coming weeks.

More Information

As more information becomes available, this page will be updated. Please visit on a regular basis. We look forward to your participation and suggestions on how to make the best of this situation.

If you have questions or need more information, contact Event Planner

Latorea Wilson at lwilson@fedmanagers.org.

Thank you for helping to make FMA's 83rd National Convention a success!

FMA wishes to thank its corporate partners
for their ongoing support of the association.

American Hearing Benefits
American Public University System
BlueCross BlueShield ? Federal Employee Program
FEDS ? Federal Employee Defense Services
G.P.I.S. - Employee Benefits Specialist
Long Term Care Partners

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