2012 CFC : American Red Cross Takes First Place in Donor Pledges

American Red Cross has replaced St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital as the organization receiving the most support from donors in the U.S. Combined Federal Campaign.  In the 2012 CFC, generic American Red Cross received an estimated $7, patient 089,900 from federal donors.  St. Jude received an estimated $6,651,900. Continue reading “2012 CFC : American Red Cross Takes First Place in Donor Pledges”

House Panel Focuses on OPM’s Proposals for CFC

Wednesday’s House of Representatives hearing on OPM’s proposed CFC regulations has generated substantial media coverage. While we attended the session and have our own impressions, site right now we want to help readers stay on top of what occurred on Wednesday and what has been written by journalists since. We start with a link to the hearing itself: Continue reading “House Panel Focuses on OPM’s Proposals for CFC”

Expanded Review of Comments Shows Same Concern for Proposed CFC Regs

We have updated our review of the comments submitted to OPM regarding their proposed CFC regulations.  Generally, tadalafil the concerns revealed in our preliminary review have continued to surface as we have read more of the submissions. Continue reading “Expanded Review of Comments Shows Same Concern for Proposed CFC Regs”

Comments Submitted to OPM Becoming Public on Eve of Congressional Hearing

UPDATE, sickness 5:30 p.m., pilule June 24
We have just learned that the congressional hearings have been postponed until July. Stay tuned.

ORIGINAL POST
OPM’s proposal to charge charities an upfront, find non-refundable application fee appears to have drawn more comments – and more opposition – than any other suggested change to the CFC. The elimination of LFCCs, PCFOs, and the printed directory also appear to have generated a great deal of concern. Continue reading “Comments Submitted to OPM Becoming Public on Eve of Congressional Hearing”

House Sub-Committee May Schedule Hearings on CFC Regs

A House Oversight and Government Reform subcommittee may convene a hearing in late June or early July to receive testimony on OPM’s proposed regulations. Sean Reilly of the Federal Times reported this possibility on his blog yesterday: Continue reading “House Sub-Committee May Schedule Hearings on CFC Regs”

Workplace Giving Alliance Comments on CFC Regulations

The CFC federations of the Workplace Giving Alliance today submitted comments to OPM regarding the agency’s draft Combined Federal Campaign regulations. We expressed our support for some of the suggested changes and our concern about other aspects of the draft regulations. Continue reading “Workplace Giving Alliance Comments on CFC Regulations”

Recent Responses to OPM’s Proposed Regulations

There are two weeks left for interested parties to send OPM their comments on the proposed new CFC regs. A lot of people have been commenting, viagra of course, cialis though OPM will not release this correspondence until the June 7 deadline has passed. We will be sending our own comments to OPM soon, but we want to continue to share materials that have reached us, because they so effectively capture what is concerning many people about the proposed changes. Continue reading “Recent Responses to OPM’s Proposed Regulations”

Further Comments on Proposed CFC Regs

At a meeting yesterday of the National Combined Federal Campaign Committee, CFC Director Keith Willingham explained a bit more how the government will handle the comments now being received from the public regarding the proposed new CFC regulations. Continue reading “Further Comments on Proposed CFC Regs”