Academic journal article The Public Manager

Coffe and CEC Celebrate Landmarks

Academic journal article The Public Manager

Coffe and CEC Celebrate Landmarks

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Fifteen Years

The Council of Former Federal Executives (COFFE) is celebrating its 15th anniversary. COFFE was founded in 1988 by former government executives who wanted to promote and support the effective, efficient, and responsive administration of the federal government through the fostering, preservation, and improvement of the federal career service. Although it is a nonprofit, tax exempt, nonlobbying organization, it has worked toward this goal through cooperation with other public interest groups, such as the Public Employees Roundtable and the Coalition for Effective Change.

COFFE members meet for lunch on the fourth Monday of the month, September through November and January through June. All meetings are held in the Washington, DC area. Outstanding speakers from the administration, Congress, the private sector, and educational institutions keep members informed about current policy issues affecting the federal service.

COFFE is interested in recruiting recent retirees who share its goals. For more information about COFFE, e-mail RegJones33@aol.com, or call 540/338-3588 for a brochure and/or answers to any questions you might have. Annual dues are $25, which is tax deductible and entitles members to nine issues of the newsletter. …

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