New Hampshire Federal Executive Association Sponsors Multi-Agency Breakfast

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New Hampshire Federal Executive Association (NHFEA) sponsors an inaugural breakfast event for heads of federal agencies. A NHFEA goal is to foster opportunities for representatives of federal agencies to establish mutual understanding, collaborative relationships, and resolution of interagency problems.

New Hampshire Federal Executive Association (NHFEA) President Marlene Littlefield announced today that the NHFEA sponsored the first in its series of "Breakfast for Managers."

"Our purpose in arranging the breakfast is to enhance agency heads' opportunities to network with one another," Ms. Littlefield said. "One of the NHFEA goals is to foster opportunities for representatives of federal agencies to establish mutual understanding, collaborative relationships, and resolution of interagency problems."

The kick-off breakfast took place at the Portsmouth Elks and included presentations by Colonel Bryan Clements, U.S. Army National Guard, and Mr. Gregory Carson, Field Director, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Attendees shared conversation and learned about each other's agencies over breakfast and after the presentations. One participant said, "This is a great forum." Another commented, "Sharing ideas saves time and limited resources."

"The NHFEA will sponsor the second breakfast in this series in June 2007," Ms. Littlefield noted.

Agency heads interested in designating a representative to serve on the NHFEA should visit the new web site at http://www.nhfea.org or contact Ms. Littlefield directly.

The NHFEA is a voluntary, non-profit organization established for the purpose of improving operation of the Federal Service through the sharing of information, discussions, and the exchange of ideas and experiences.

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