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  • FEC Record: Outreach

FEC to host reporting and e-filing workshops in July (2011)

July 1, 2011

On July 13, 2011, the Commission will host roundtable workshops on reporting and electronic filing. The reporting sessions will address common filing problems and provide answers to questions committees may have as they prepare to file their July Quarterly, Monthly or Mid-Year reports. The electronic filing sessions will provide hands-on instruction for committees that use the Commission’s FECFile software and will address questions filers may have concerning electronic filing. All attendees will have an opportunity to meet the Campaign Finance Analyst who reviews their reports. Attendance is limited to 50 people per reporting workshop and 16 people per electronic filing workshop; the registration fee is $25 per workshop. The registration form is available on the FEC’s website at For more information, please call the Information Division at 800/424-9530, or locally at 202/694-1100.