OPM’s proposal to charge charities an upfront, 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.
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 [post no longer available).
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.
We are the Workplace Giving Alliance, a group of federations participating in the Combined Federal Campaign and dedicated to its success. These posts are written by Marshall Strauss, CEO of WGA.