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About the Federal Executive Board (FEB)

History
President Kennedy established Federal Executive Boards (FEBs) in 1961 by Presidential Memorandum. Since then, all subsequent administrations have supported FEBs and additional boards have been authorized. Today, there are twenty-eight FEBs serving major metropolitan areas across the nation. The Greater Boston Federal Executive Board was established in 1961 and serves as the Federal presence in the Greater Boston area representing approximately 150 Federal agencies.

Objectives
These objectives are met through five mission themes:


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