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Federal employees celebrated their achievements Wednesday at the Feds Feed Families closing ceremony. This year, feds collectively donated nearly 9 million pounds of food.
Doug Keeler, national program manager of Feds Feed Families, says he's not surprised federal employees continue to donate food, even with sequestration and furloughs. Since 2009, the campaign has collected more than 15 million pounds of food, and it's striving for a goal of 25 million by Aug. 28.
Berry said he thinks feds will continue to donate at high levels in future drives, despite a two-year pay freeze and other proposals that could cut their pay and benefits
OPM Director John Berry is launching the drive today for partner agencies to collect non-perishable food at their offices for food banks.
USDA was among the top agencies that donated food for the Feds Feed Families program.
Energy announces plans to host officials from several federal agencies to raise awareness and donations for the July collection of the "Feds Feed Families" nationwide food drive.
August 26, 2009 - Live from the DC Central Kitchen with special guest, OPM Director, John Berry.
A lot of people who get Social Security benefits are just learning that they will not be getting a cost of living adjustment next January. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey knows why they surprised and you are not.