ABOUT THE VERMONT FEDERAL EXECUTIVE ASSOCIATION
Welcome from VTFEA President Betsy Carter,
Greetings! Over the past year I have had the privilege of being President of the Vermont Federal Executive Association. I am honored to have an enthusiastic and engaged Board of Directors and the opportunity to collaborate with agency leaders who represent about 5,000 federal employees located throughout the great State of Vermont. Our goal is to support our dedicated federal employees and to share resources with each other and the local communities where we serve. Please take a moment to peruse our website about all of the great work that we are doing. If you are new to the area, or have not participated in any VTFEA activities, please contact us at so we can get to know each other. Together we can make the VTFEA great!
All the best,
Elizabeth (Betsy) Carter
The Federal Executive Boards (FEB’s) were established in 1961 by a Presidential Directive to improve coordination among Federal activities and programs outside Washington.
There are 28 FEB's located in major cities and centers of Federal activity. In areas where an FEB doesn't exist, another organization often exists to meet similar objectives. These are generally called Federal Executive Associations or Councils. The Vermont Federal Executive Association (VTFEA) was founded in 1976 and is affiliated with the Greater Boston FEB.
The Vermont Federal Executive Association (VT FEA) is a voluntary organization of federal managers and administrators working together to foster improved cooperation and improved working relationships among federal agencies in Vermont.