The Greater St. Louis Federal Executive Board (FEB) is one of the original ten Federal Executive Boards established by President John F. Kennedy, through a Presidential Memorandum on November 10, 1961.

The Greater St. Louis Federal Executive Board is a catalyst for better government through communication, coordination and collaboration among Federal offices across the St. Louis metropolitan area, southern Illinois, and eastern Missouri. This FEB is comprised of over 90 federal agencies over 75 counties.  The over 40,000 federal employees continually make a significant contribution to the area economy as well as a strong commitment to community services. In 2016, area Federal employees contributed over 2.1 million dollars through the Gateway Combined Federal Campaign.