Posts Tagged: capital

CFCNCA Hits the $60 Million Mark!

There is still time to help those who need it the most. The CFCNCA supports more than 4,000 approved local, national and international charities that reach out to millions of people with life-saving, life-enriching services. Use the online charity search to find CFC-supported agencies that may interest you. The CFCNCA ends on January 15, 2010Read… Read more »

LFCC Chair, Linda Washington was featured on Federal News Radio this morning

Linda Washington, LFCC Chairperson, was interviewed on The Federal Drive with anchors Tom Temin and Jane Norris. The Federal Drive is the morning drive show on Federal News Radio heard throughout the entire Washington Metro region at 1500 AM and in Frederick at 820 AM. Federal News Radio covers both the Federal Government and thoseRead… Read more »

CFCNCA Passes the 50% Mark for the 2009 Campaign

As of noon today, the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area (CFCNCA) has raised over $33 million and is now over halfway to their 2009 goal of $64 million. The Combined Federal Campaign is the only authorized workplace charitable giving drive for employees in the Federal workplace. CFCNCA is the local campaign forRead… Read more »

CFCNCA Featured in Third Washington Post Express Supplement

The Washington Post Express Supplement featured the CFCNCA in the third special edition. It included: • A letter to Federal employees from the new national Honorary Chair, Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton • The importance of involving executive leadership in the campaign • Creative ways the 2009 theme is being used to market the CFCNCA •Read… Read more »

USDA Forest Service Provides the Capitol Christmas Tree

The Forest Service is happy to announce that the 2009 Capitol Christmas Tree is from the Apache Sitgreaves National Forests in Arizona. As it has for decades, the Forest Service is proud to provide this beautiful and symbolic tree for the nation. Selected by the Superintendent of Grounds at the Architect of the Capitol, theRead… Read more »

CFCNCA Extension Announced

The CFCNCA deadline has been extended to January 15, 2010. Just a few weeks left to give. Local Federal Coordinating Committee Chair, Linda Washington, made the announcement of the extension granted to the CFCNCA by the Office of Personnel Management at the Mid-Campaign lunch on November 19. “While it is good news that we willRead… Read more »

Bowling Alone Together; Blogging Together Alone

Robert Putnam’s book “Bowling Alone” presented a haunting image when it was published in 2000. Although more Americans than ever were visiting bowling alleys, there was a decline in bowling league membership. Americans were losing their sense of community. We “sign fewer petitions, belong to fewer organizations that meet, know our neighbors less, meet withRead… Read more »

Human Capital Management Techniques to Enforce Use of Social Media

Ok, so in support of my masters thesis, I’m hoping some of you can give me some ideas. The Intel Community actually is using great social media tools right now, including Intellipedia and blogs, but also a new Facebook equivalent called A-Space. The IC has touted these tools openly in the press as their wayRead… Read more »