- Cash Death Benefit
- Annual Chapter Scholarship Program
- Chapter Newsletter
- Matching Attorney’s Fees (limits apply)
- Monthly Consultation Meeting with JBPHH Commanding Officer
- Monthly Membership Meetings with Guest Speakers
- Retail Benefits Program membership giving you access to thousands of leading retailers from Best Buy to Travelocity to Target, and countless others offering cash back incentives! That’s right! Retailers pay you – the shopper – between 1% – 40% cash paid directly to you, no strings attached! Visit fedmanagers.retailbenefits.com to enroll today.
- Travel discounts through AVIS Rent a Car, Budget Rent a Car, and FMA Worldwide Hotel Discount Program.
- The Federal Manager quarterly magazine subscription delivered to your mail box.
- The Washington Report bi-weekly e-newsletter with the latest developments from Capitol Hill that affect your career.
- FEEA Scholarship Program available to all FMA members, dependents, spouses, grandchildren, and FMA retirees.
- Deep insurance discounts including GEICO Preferred Insurance, Gott Professional Insurance Services, Federal Long Term Care, and Federal Employee Defense Service Professional Liability Insurance.
- Free attorney telephone consultation and discounted retainer fee from Shaw, Bransford & Roth.
Annual Community Service Activities
- Fishing/Golf Tournament
- Legislative Action Committee Luncheon
- Holiday Fundraiser and Picnic
- Special Olympics
- Quarterly Adopt-a-Highway Cleanup
- Hawaii Chamber of Commerce Military Action Committee
As a member of FMA Chapter 19, the most important benefit you receive is political advocacy. FMA represents your interest before Congress.
Federal Budget – FMA continues to ensure that the Federal budget is not balanced on the Federal employees’ back.
Consultative Relationships – FMA actively lobbies Congress and engages in consultative relationships with Executive Branch officials across the government.
Civil Service Pay and Benefits – FMA continues to address cost effective government restructuring, competitive civil service pay and benefits and maintaining the core values of the civil service including issues that directly affect Federal retirement.
Contracting Out – FMA has prompted legislation to scrutinize contractors and bring common sense to government practices of contracting for services.