Advocating in our Nation's Capital, Washington, D.C.

FEW Federal Triangle Chapter
  • Compliance
  • Diversity
  • Legislative
  • Training

FEW works as an advocacy group to improve the status of women employed by the government. This includes working with Congress and meeting with management officials.

What FEW Does

Our direction each year shall be based on recommendations made by the members at the Annual Membership Meeting held during the National Training Program (NTP) and adopted by the Board of Directors at the first meeting following the training program. The following are areas of ongoing program concerns:


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What FEW Is

No Woman Left Behind - We Rise Together

Federally Employed Women (FEW) is a private membership organization working as an advocacy group to improve the status of women employed by the district of columbia and federal government.

Most of FEW’s membership is made up of people employed by or retired from the Federal government. Federal government contractors, active or retired, or anyone who subscribes to the purposes of the organization is also eligible to become a member of FEW. As a grassroots organization, FEW’s vitality and effectiveness are directly linked to membership. FEW has a specifically-defined membership. Members must join and pay dues. It has a National governing board and local chapters around the world. Participation in FEW is not limited to women. Anyone who is concerned about discrimination based on sex and employment opportunities for women in the Federal government is welcome to attend FEW meetings.

 

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