San Francisco Federal Building
90 7th Street
San Francisco, California 94103
Chair, San Francisco FEB Board of Directors
Director, Community Planning & Development, San Francisco Region IX
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
San Francisco FEB Staff
Sara Russell, Executive Director
Dan Veale, Deputy Director
Emergency Notifications & Local Agency POCs
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Councils & Their Email Lists
Below is a list of San Francisco FEB councils open to all Bay Area/NorCal area federal employees with a current federal government email address. Please feel free to sign up for council email listserv if you have formal responsibilities or an interest in the community of practice served by the council. You may receive emails from the council leadership or the SFFEB regarding upcoming meetings, meeting minutes, training opportunities, or other information of interest to the council. You can also participate in the cross-agency collaboration site for each council at https://community.max.gov/display/CrossAgency/FEB+Councils.
Email ContactSFFEB@dol.gov to request to join one of the following council email listservs:
Acquisition: Contracting Officers, CORs, and other acquisition professionals.
CFC (Combined Federal Campaign): LFCC, Loaned Executives, and Key Workers.
Community Outreach: Community relations, education, and outreach professionals.
Emergency Preparedness: EMC, ERG, COOP, CiP, PODs, FSMs, ISC, EOC, DOs, and OSH professionals.
Human Resources: Recruitment, staffing, diversity & inclusion, and strategic initiatives.
Leadership Development: PMC, IGMT, LDP, USA Graduate School, and VSFS training programs & rotations.
Public Affairs: PAO/PIO networking, trend analysis, social media, and emergency management communications.
Shared Neutrals: For active federal mediators with the Shared Neutrals Program only.
Training & Education Development (TED-C): Training and education professionals as well as licensed coaches, mentors, and counselors.
Tribal Affairs: Improving communication, consistency, and collaboration between federal & tribal partners.
Below is a list of San Francisco FEB email listservs open to all Bay Area/NorCal area federal employees with a current federal government email address. Please feel free to sign up for the following email listservs if you have formal responsibilities or an interest in the following topics. Some of these email lists may build the foundation for a formal council there is enough interest & if approved by the SFFEB Governing Council.
Email ContactSFFEB@dol.gov to request to join one of the following email listservs:
All Contacts: General FEB communications & announcements including upcoming training opportunities, non-sensitive emergency notifications, networking opportunities, and federal discounts.
Agency Leadership: Agency & Office Directors, Deputy Directors, Chiefs of Staff, and their representative POCs/Special Assistants/Administration Assistants only.
Congressional Liaisons: Congressional Liaisons only.
Diversity & Inclusion, SEPM (Special Emphasis Program Managers): Looking for effective communication resources, speakers, or ideas? Do you have resources, speakers, or ideas for others? Do you want to plan an event with other agencies within your building?
Grant Managers: Looking for support or ideas from fellow Grant Managers?
Health & Wellness: Interested in hearing about or coordinating a formal/informal running group, new parents group, support group, hobby group, hiking group, or putting together an intramural sports team?
Innovation Lab: Opportunities for innovative collaboration, partnership & coalition building, data normalization, and ground-truthing.
IT: Networking and best practices.
Lawyers & Legal: Continuing education opportunities and networking.
Mediation Interest: Information about federal mediation and opportunities for lawyers/non-lawyers to become a federal mediator.
Mission & Operation Support: Administrative support generalists & specialists.
Pacific Islands: Improving communication, consistency, and collaboration between federal & pacific island partners.
Safety Corridors: Join if you are interested in contributing to a developing coalition for safety to & from public transportation as well as safety around Federal Buildings.
Supervisors: Upcoming SFFEB trainings & opportunities for 1st line supervisors and their staff.