The Local Federal Coordinating Committee (LFCC) is the central point of information regarding the CFC among Federal employees. Some LFCC responsibilities include:

  • Solicit for applications from local organizations and determine the eligibility of applying organizations to participate in the local campaign. This is the exclusive responsibility of the LFCC and may not be delegated to the PCFO.
  • Establish a network of employee workers and volunteers as well as participating in interagency briefing sessions and kick-off meetings.
  • Ensure that, to the extent reasonably possible, every employee is given the opportunity to participate in the CFC, and ensure employee designations are honored.
  • Ensure that contributions are designated in accordance with the method described in CFC regulations.
  • Monitor the work of the PCFO, and closely inspect the annual audit required of the PCFO by the CFC regulations.
  • Annually solicit for applications to be the PCFO via public notice and select a PCFO to act as the LFCC fiscal agent.
  • The United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona has been awarded the Principal Combined Fund Organization (PCFO) responsibilities for the 2013 Arizona Combined Federal Campaign. This is a geographic area encompassing 14 counties: Apache, Cochise, Coconino, Gila, Graham, Greenlee, La Paz, Mohave, Navajo, Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz, Yavapai, and Yuma. The PCFO works under the rules established by OPM and under the direction of the LFCC.

Other LFCC Responsibilities:

  • Conducting meetings on a regular schedule.
  • Provide a list of members and responsibilities.
  • Provide up-to-date employment and salary data on all Federal Employees in Southern Arizona.
  • Advising the PCFO of their campaign plan.
  • Selecting division campaign chairpersons.
  • Develop and approve a campaign plan.
  • Providing work groups for campaign material, agency applications, publicity, employee training programs, goals and awards, long term strategy, an any other special requirements.
  • Be available to the PCFO for decisions and guidance.
  • Modify budget it required.
  • Anticipate and monitor campaign progress and schedule conformance and take action as needed.
  • Assist in recruiting and motivating volunteers at all levels of campaign.

Agencies Represented In Our LFCC

  • United States Air Force Base
  • US Postal Service
  • Postal Workers Union
  • VA Healthcare System
  • United States Customs and Border Protection
  • United States Border Patrol

If you would like to be a LFCC Member:

  • Represent agency or campaign unit and attend LFCC meetings.
  • Act as a liaison between represented agency, its head and personnel, and the LFCC.
  • Recruit LFCC subcommittee members.
  • Participate on an LFCC subcommittee.
  • Recruit Campaign Coordinators, Unit Coordinators, and Keyworkers from represented agencies.
  • Support CFC campaign publicly and encourage participation. Attend CFC kick-offs and recognition activities.