Weather Recommendation February 4, 2021: Open with 1 Hour Delayed Arrival

Council Applications

The Federal Executive Board of Minnesota is always welcoming new participants to our councils. If you would like to become involved, please complete the application and submit to Marianne Pagerit.

Employee Health Benefits

OPM’s open season for health benefits, dental and vision insurance, and Flexible Spending Accounts runs from Monday, November 9- Monday, December 14, 2020. This open season providedfederal employees and retirees the opportunity to change their health-care coverage and employees who are not enrolled, but are eligible to participate, the opportunity to elect coverage.

Our schedule for this year’s in-person health fairs held throughout Minnesota can be found here: In-Person Schedule.

In-person health fairs are subject to change at agency discretion due to the COVID-19 crisis. Please check the schedule the day before you plan to attend an event to verify that it is still on. We will indicate here if any fairs have been canceled.

  • Note:The In-Person schedule was updated on 11/17/2020. There are currently 3in-person open season fairs scheduled. Please double check the schedule before planning to attend.

Due to request, we are offering multiple virtual sessions with insurance providers this year: Virtual Schedule

Click here for instructions on accessing the virtual sessions.


For additional information please read OPM’s Guide to Federal Benefits, which is available on OPM’s website atwww.opm.gov/insure.

Prescription Drug Takeback Day

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is Saturday, October 24, 2020. Due to COVID-19, FEB will not be hosting an in-person Drug Take Back Day for Federal employees. To find a location near you to dispose of unwanted pharmaceuticals, please click here.

Education Discounts

Federal Academic Alliances offering education discounts to federal employees and eligible family members

Training Scholarship Request Form

Download form and submit to Marianne_Pagerit@ios.doi.gov

History of the Military/Federal Challenge Coin: