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Welcome to the Greater St. Louis Federal Executive Board!

The Greater St. Louis Federal Executive Board (STL FEB) is one of the original ten Federal Executive Boards established by President John F. Kennedy on November 10, 1961 through a Presidential Directive.

The Greater St. Louis Federal Executive Board is a catalyst for better government through communication, coordination and collaboration among Federal offices across the St. Louis metropolitan area, Southern Illinois, Eastern Missouri, and Southwestern Kentucky. This FEB is comprised of over 90 federal agencies in 108 counties. The over 40,000 federal employees  and military personnel continually make a significant contribution to the area economy as well as a strong commitment to community services.

Emergency Preparedness and Response

Emergency Preparedness and Response is among the STL FEB’s primary roles. The STL FEB provides timely information to its member agencies regarding operations, weather, and other activities that may impact the local federal community. 

Workforce Development

The STL FEB takes great pride in its Federal workforce and continually seeks to provide its members with growth opportunities, both personally and professionally, through training, volunteer opportunities,  and information sharing.  Moreover, the STL FEB is honored to host the annual Excellence in Government Awards which recognize numerous Federal employees for their accomplishments in a variety of categories, including leadership and community service.

Partnerships & Collaboration

The STL FEB is only as strong as its community. Therefore, we strive to develop relationships and partnerships across not only agency lines, but across the Greater St. Louis area including community leaders, businesses, and organizations.  Doing so allows us to offer our Federal workforce access to unique opportunities and strengthens our ability to be a catalyst for a better government.
 
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Federal Workforce Operational Status: OPEN