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FMA chapters serve our common mission of Advocating Excellence in Public Service and supporting the needs of federal managers. Local FMA chapters bring managers together to identify mutual problems, promote self-help and professionalism and create a forum to stimulate an exchange of ideas and techniques. FMA chapters can also provide managers a line of communication to all levels of management, including national officials. Local FMA chapters work directly with the FMA national office on problem solving on a variety of issues specifically concerning federal managers. Additionally, chapters allow the national office to quickly devise plans and communicate solutions to agency specific matters.

Below are links providing additional information about some FMA Chapters. If you are interested in joining a local chapter, or creating an FMA chapter at your location, please contact the FMA National Office at (703) 683-8700 or email twells@fedmanagers.org.

For a complete list of FMA Chapters by State and City, and for Chapter President contact information for each, please click here


Chapter Sites/Newsletters

Chapter 3 - Norfolk Naval Shipyard

Chapter 14 - Puget Sound Naval Shipyard

Chapter 19 - Pearl Harbor Area

Chapter 167 - Travis Air Force Base

Chapter 170 - Naval Weapons Center

Chapters 228/261 - Internal Revenue Service (IRS) - New York/IRS - New Jersey District

Chapter 275 - Office of Hearings Operations Managers Association (OHO MA)

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