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OPM Changes Federal Workplace Fundraising Rules

US office of personnel managementThe Office of Personnel Management has updated its guidelines on fundraising efforts by federal civilian and military employees in the workplace, Federal Times reported Tuesday.

Sean Reilly writes OPM completed a set of rewritten rules for the annual Combined Federal Campaign and will enact the changes starting in 2015.

Federal Times obtained a copy of the draft, which outlines how federal staff will be allowed to make donations through CFC a month after they were hired.

Charities must also pay a registration fee to join the program, according to the report.

Reilly writes OPM will phase out paper-based pledges in favor of a digital approach within five years.

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