The FBI Agents Association® (FBIAA)

A non-profit organization dedicated to advancing and safeguarding the careers, economic interests, conditions of employment and welfare of Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Agents and retired FBI Agents.

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G-Man Honors

FBIAA’s annual fundraising event honoring the service and sacrifice of the men and women of the FBI.

The 2021 event was held in special remembrance on the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

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Use AmazonSmile and support the FBIAA Memorial College Fund while your shop. For no extra cost, you can help us send the children of fallen FBI Agents to college.

Agents can and do put their lives on the line to protect their fellow citizens, and it’s important to know that their fellow Agents are behind them… looking after their families should something happen to them.

The FBIAA ensures that children of fallen Agents have an opportunity to attend college and it does the things the Agents would have done if the Agents survived – that’s important.

Former FBI Director William Webster
Former FBI Director William Webster
New York City

Behind every FBI Special Agent is a family, and
Behind every FBI family is the FBI Agents Association.

Over 14,000 Strong

For 40 years, FBIAA has been dedicated to supporting active and retired Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

We serve over 14,000 members – including over 90% of all active FBI Agents – by providing them with professional resources, internal Bureau advocacy, legal representation, federal legislative advocacy and, in times of crisis, financial support through our two charitable funds – the FBIAA Memorial College Fund (MCF) and the FBIAA Membership Assistance Fund (MAF).

A Singular Focus and a United Voice

FBIAA is the only organization specifically dedicated to the service of active FBI Special Agents.

Our mission is to advance and safeguard their careers, economic interests and conditions of employment.

FBIAA has consistently spearheaded efforts to secure important protections and benefits for Agents including sick leave, locality pay and relocation bonuses. Over the years, we have also worked to prevent budget cuts that threatened Agents’ pay and benefits as well as their ability to conduct investigations and perform other duties required to protect the public from criminal and terrorist threats.

Charitable Funds

FBIAA operates two charitable funds – the FBIAA Memorial College Fund and the FBIAA Membership Assistance Fund. Both of these 501(c)(3) organizations offer vital assistance to FBI families in need.

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Leadership

FBIAA has chapters in each of the FBI’s 56 field offices as well as at FBI Headquarters and the FBI Academy in Quanitco, Virginia.The FBIAA National Executive Board is elected by a vote of the chapter representatives.

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Advocacy

FBIAA works to ensure that the voices of FBI Special Agents are heard in Washington, D.C. on issues from national security to federal budget issues, and administrative issues within the FBI.

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Unwavering Support in Times of Need

FBI Special Agents put their lives on the line every day in service of our country. The risks they take and the burdens they bear are shared by their families.

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