Oklahoma Federal Executive Board

Increase the effectiveness of Federal Government by strengthening coordination of government activities.


In the mid 1980’s, the Metropolitan Oklahoma City Federal Executive Council met with the purpose to initiate improved coordination of governmental activity within metropolitan Oklahoma City. 

On September 10, 1990, George C. Crisaffe, Southwestern Power Administration and H.C. McClure, Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center, petitioned the U.S. Office of Personnel Management for the “Establishment of the State of Oklahoma Federal Executive Board.”

By letter dated April 2, 1993, U.S. Office of Personnel Management Acting Director Pat Lattimore, authorized the establishment of the Oklahoma Federal Executive Board.


The Oklahoma Federal Executive Board (OK FEB) serves the federal community operating in all 77 Oklahoma counties.


There are approximately 82K federal employees operating in Oklahoma. This includes:

  • 41,380 civilian personnel
  • 34,229 military personnel
  • 6,118 USPS personnel & 632 Post Offices


There are approximately 140 federal agencies served by the OK FEB, including:

  • 5 DoD Installations
    • 3 US Air Force
    • 2 US Army
  • 2 VA Hospitals
    • OKC & Muskogee
  • 2 BOP Facilities
    • Federal Transfer Center
    • FCI-El Reno
  • 2 National Parks & 1 
  • FAA Global Training Facility


HOST AGENCY: The OK FEB was established on 2 April 1993 as the 28th FEB. The USAF Sustainment Center, Tinker AFB, has been the host agency since its inception. The General Services Administration provides office space and all IT
equipment/support. Other selected in-kind voluntary support are provided by the OK FEB member agencies.


  1. Emergency Preparedness, Employee Safety, & Security
  2. Workforce Development & Support
  3. Strategic Partnerships


Serving the federal, postal, and military agencies in the entire state of Oklahoma by unifying their efforts and enabling them to increase the effective and efficient delivery of services.


“To be catalysts for better government.”


FEB Frequently Asked Questions

OK FEB Chairs

2021 & 2022 – Judge David Engel, SSA, Office of Hearing Operations

2020- Dr. Lee Denney, US Department of Agriculture

2020-Kevin Stamey, USAF Air Force Sustainment Center

2019-Basharat Siddiqi, Federal Highway Administration

2018-Michelle Coppedge, FAA-Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center

2017-Warden John Fox, Federal Transfer Center

2016- Joe Gallagher, U.S. Army, Fire Centers of Excellence

2014-2015- Julie Gosdin, U.S. Postal Service

2012-2013-Adrian Andrews, U.S. Secret Service

2011-John Worthington, Southwestern Power Administration

2010- Sam Jarvis, VA Regional Office, Muskogee

2009/2010-LCDR David Nikodym, MEPS Oklahoma City

2009- Barry Dodson, USDA Risk Management Agency

2008- Kevin McNeely, U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development

2006-2007-Michael Roach, U.S. Marshals Service, W. District of Oklahoma

2005- Dottie Overal, US Small Business Administration





2004- Col. Dean Despinsoy, USAF, Tinker AFB, 507th Air Refueling Wing

2003-Vince Howie, OC-ALC

2001-2002-Lindy Ritz, FAA-Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center

2000-George Hozendorf, GSA

1999-Kathy Peter, US Geological Survey

1998-Margaret Milner, US Department of Housing & Urban Development

1997-Ron Berryhill, USDA Risk Management Agency

1996-Dr. Homer “Mac” McClure, FAA-Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center

1995-Paul Crawford, US Postal Service Technical Training Center

1994-Ed Gardner, US Department of Housing & Urban Development

1993-Steve Gentling, VA Medical Center, Oklahoma City