Welcome to the Greater Kansas City FEB

The Greater Kansas City Federal Executive Board is a catalyst for communication, coordination and collaboration among Federal offices across the Kansas City metropolitan area. This FEB is comprised of 160 federal agencies located in Cass, Clay, Jackson, Johnson, Leavenworth, Platte, Ray, and Wyandotte counties. 

The Federal government is Kansas City’s largest employer. The over 38,000 Federal employees make a significant contribution to the area economy as well as strong commitment to community services. Click Here to Learn More.

The second-annual KC Kingdom Challenge has just finished and we are proud to share that 815 employees from 62 agencies joined this year’s challenge, and together took over 277 million steps, expressed gratitude more than 23 thousand times and had over 22 thousand nights with 7-9 hours of sleep.

During the six-week KC Kingdom Challenge, 13 agencies competed for the KC Kingdom Challenge traveling trophy and the $5,000 donation to the Combined Federal Campaign in the agencies name. To be eligible for this award, the agency must have at least 20 participants. Scores were based on the agency’s average points. The competition was fierce throughout the entire program and the winner is…….

Risk Management Agency, U.S. Department of Agriculture with 221.26 points. They will have their name engraved on a traveling trophy and $5,000 will be donated to the Combined Federal Campaign in their name.

Team Results

Out of the 815 participants in KC Kingdom Challenge, 584 participants chose to participate on one of the 120 teams formed. Teams were made up of three to six participants. Scores were based on the team’s average points. It was a close race throughout the program. Here are your top three teams.

The top 3 teams:

  1. FMD Goals (Risk Management Agency, U.S. Department of Agriculture)
  2. DQB Steppers (Farm Production and Conservation Business Center, U.S. Department of Agriculture)
  3. Heifer Herd (Department of Veterans Affairs Eastern Kansas)

Individual Results

Out of the 815 participants, 70 individuals reached the max number of points with 294 points. To determine the overall champion, the total steps logged over the six-week program were counted. Thirteen individuals stood out by achieving over 1 million steps each. Congratulations to the top three overall champs!

  1. Michael Unden, Department of Veterans Affairs
  2. Betty Wright, Department of Transportation
  3. Dena Brooks, Internal Revenue Service

To find out more be sure to visit: kckingdomchallenge.com