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Chapter Administration

This section provides resources for chapter leadership to help you lead your chapter. Two entities support our FAPAC chapters: 

    • The Chapter Committee supports formation of new chapters, development of current chapters, and coordination of administrative information between FAPAC leadership and the chapters. It is also responsible for amending the FAPAC Chapter Guidelines. 
    • Regional Directors represent the chapters in their region on the National Board of Directors.

Here is the committee:

If you would like to help out with the Chapter Committee, please contact us at

We are currently revising the FAPAC Chapter Guidelines. The February 2023 version is the latest revision.

Regions Alignment

Geographically, chapters are divided into these five regions:

Region 1 (Northeast)

        • Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont

Region 2 (Midwest)

        • Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin

Region 3 (South)

        • Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland*, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia*, West Virginia (* Maryland/Virginia, excluding Metropolitan District of Columbia area)

Region 4 (West)

        • Alaska, American Samoa, Arizona, California, Colorado, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming

Region 5 (Capital/Great Washington)

        • Metropolitan Washington, D.C. area including portions of Maryland and Virginia

Regional directors are elected to represent chapters in their respective regions on the National Board of Directors, in accordance with Article IV, Section 7 of the FAPAC Constitution and the chapter administration guidelines.

Instructions for Chapter Reimbursement for Fiscal Year 2022

Pursuant to Article V, Section 2 of the FAPAC Constitution, 1/3 of dues for each regular membership will be rebated to local chapters, in accordance to the process detailed in the chapter administration guidelines. To request the 1/3 membership fee reimbursement, Chapter Presidents (or designate) should electronically submit the following information to

    • Cover Sheet: Request for Chapter's Financial Support, Membership Fee 1/3 Reimbursement (2022 template)
    • Report of the chapter's accomplishments for Fiscal Year 2022 and planned 2023 activities (use your preferred format)
    • Fiscal Year 2022 annual financial report (2022 template)
    • List of active members, including name, date and type of membership, as of September 30, 2022 (2022 template)
    • List of life members included in previous reimbursements, if applicable
Please contact the Chapter Committee team if you have any questions.

Instructions for Seed Money Request for New Chapters

Chapter administration guidelines provide details on how newly chartered chapters can request one-time assistance. To request seed money, Chapter Presidents (or designate) should electronically submit the following information to

    • Cover Sheet: Newly Formed Chapter, Request for Financial Support, Seed Money (template)
    • Chapter's date, time, and location of meetings and minutes from last three meetings (use your preferred format)
    • List of projected activities for the current fiscal year (use your preferred format)
    • Fiscal Year 2022 annual financial report, if available (template)
Please contact the Chapter Committee team if you have any questions.

New Chapters

We are always looking to welcome new chapters to FAPAC. A group of federal government agency employees consisting of ten or more current (or prospective) members within a local geographic area may form a chapter. Members of a FAPAC chapter must also be a member of FAPAC National. To learn more about chapter membership, contact us at:

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