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FAPAC membership consists of chapters and members-at-large who have subscribed to the standards and ethics of FAPAC, pay FAPAC dues and, in the case of chapters having been granted a charter, continue to function in compliance with the conditions set forth in National FAPAC Bylaws, and the policies established by the Executive Board. Membership in FAPAC is open to any person regardless of race, color, religion, sex, and ethnic origin.
Regular membership is granted to active federal employees including military personnel and DC government employees.
The membership fee is $36.00/year or a one-time $300 lifetime payment.
Associate membership is granted to non-federal government employees including retirees, contractors, students, corporate workers, etc. Associate members have all rights and enjoy all benefits as the regular members except that they cannot run for office.
The membership fee is $24.00/year or a one-time $150 lifetime payment.
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Region 1: Northeast
Region 2: Midwest
Region 3: South
Region 4: West
Region 5: Capital Region
Established in 1985, FAPAC is the oldest, largest and most active organization of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the government. Constitution Article IV, Sections 6-7: Local sections of FAPAC, designated as Chapters and composed of individual members may, when approved by the National Board of Directors, be formed. Each Chapter shall have power to draft its own constitution and bylaws, provided that such constitution and bylaws shall be in harmony with the FAPAC Constitution and Bylaws and are in furtherance of the objectives of FAPAC. Geographically, Chapters are divided into 5 regions:
Region 1 - Northeast; Region 2 - Midwest; Region 3 - South; Region 4 - West; and Region 5 - Capital Region (Great Washington Area)