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FMA and Partner Events

Federal Government Virtual Education & Professional 

Development Symposium Hosted by Schools of the Federal 

Academic Alliance and the U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Virtual Webinar
September 14, 2021

Join representatives from OPM's Federal Academic Alliance Program and Human 

Resources Solutions for this virtual event. This event exists to inform federal employees 

and their families of available benefits, opportunities, and career support.

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Chicago-Kent College of Law

39th Annual Federal Sector Labor Relations & Labor Law Conference

Two-day Virtual Conference
September 21-22, 2021

Join top government officials & policymakers, world-class management-side attorneys & union representatives,
and leading academics for this virtual conference, held over two days, to learn about the future of the
federal workplace and workforce in light of the global pandemic and the new federal administration.

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APUS - 2021 Fall Webinar Series:

"Navigating the Changing Workplace"

From the pandemic to emerging technology, many factors are driving change in 

the workplace. Join American Public University System for a free webinar series confronting 

these challenges. We will discuss the catalysts behind the changes as 

well as opportunities to mitigate unproductive obstacles. 

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FMA Regions 3 & 4 Conference

October 8-10, 2021
Hampton Inn and Suites, Vacaville, California

What can FMA do for YOU and your chapter?
What can YOU do for FMA and your chapter?

Chapter 167 (Travis Air Force Base) members are offering a Flightline Tour,
including airplanes, 3D printers, and other stuff on Friday afternoon.
Join your FMA colleagues for a productive and fun weekend!

Click here for More Information and to Register

Click here for the draft Agenda

COVID-19, EEO Laws, and Issues Concerning 
Returning to the Workplace Webinar

May 25, 2:00 pm EDT

FMA, working with the EEOC, is proud to offer information to our members. 

This event has already taken place and a recording is available to FMA members only. 
For a copy of the recording and the slideshow, email akay@fedmanagers.org.

None of us are quite certain of what will become the new "normal" in our 
places of work, but we know it will be a learning experience for all of us. 
Managers especially must be prepared for the challenges to come.

This insightful hour focused on how to comply 
with EEO laws while dealing with a wide range of situations related to 
COVID-19. Sharon Rennert, Senior Attorney Advisor for the U.S. 
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, guided webinar 
participants through key matters such as Reasonable Accommodations 
for Employees with Disabilities, Responding to Requests for Assistance 
related to issues such as child/family care, and Confidentiality Issues. 

FDR Training

Orlando World Center Marriott
August 16-19, 2021

Today's federal workplaces challenges are complex and often require practitioners 
to collaborate across departments. At FDR Training you'll discover how 
to use communication to resolve conflict and improve complaint processing. 
Program updates always reflect the latest changes in laws, regulations and 
administration priorities to guarantee you're provided 
with authoritative training you can trust!

Stay the Course: COVID-19 and Retirement Planning

Free webinar - exclusively for FMA members!


The administrator of the Federal Long Term Care Insurance 
Program (FLTCIP) and Tammy Flanagan of Retire Federal hosted this free 
educational webinar exclusively for Federal Managers Association members.
We are living in uncertain times due to the worldwide pandemic of COVID-19. 
What impact does this have on your retirement planning? 

Tammy Flanagan discusses ways to make informed decisions about your 
retirement benefits whether you are near your planned retirement, mid-career, 
or already in the first years of your well-deserved life after retirement. You 
will learn some key factors that will help you stay the course and plan for 
a smooth transition to a financially secure life after federal service. 

Long Term Care, Dental and Vision Insurance Webinars

Learn more about the Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program (FLTCIP) and Federal
Employees Dental and Vision Insurance Program (FEDVIP), plus explore related long term care
issues such as making the most of your benefits, financing long term care, and the
advantages of planning for retirement. Sign up for a free webinar
today or visit www.ltcfeds.com. All events are available on-demand.

American Public University System Webinars --

a great benefit of being a member of FMA!

FMA has partnered with American Public University System, the accredited institution
comprised of American Public University and American Military University, to jointly
support the educational and career development goals of FMA members.

Click here for more information

Federal employees can now advance their careers, earn degrees & certificates more easily
in mission-critical occupations like contracting & acquisition, cybersecurity, digital forensics,
engineering, and human resources management.

Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) Webinars

 As a federal employee or a beneficiary participant, you have the opportunity to 
participate in one of the finest retirement plans in the world.

Learn how to best utilize this exceptional benefit:

Upcoming Webinars

TSP YouTube Channel

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Contact FMA

FMA National Office
  • 1641 Prince Street
  • Alexandria, VA 22314-2818
  • Phone: (703) 683-8700
  • Fax: (703) 683-8707
  • Email: info@fedmanagers.org