Table boardroom with chair in morning / meeting associate

Executive Committee

The Executive Committee is charged with the formulation and guidance of HPFEB programs and services.

  • Rules of the Executive Committee

    The Hawaii Air National Guard provided a static Display of an F-22 Raptor for the Executive Committee at our FY2020 Q1 Meeting.

    The HPFEB shall have up to seventeen (17) members on its Executive Committee, consisting of five (5) Standing (non-elected) members and not less than seven (7) or more than twelve (12) At-Large (elected) members.

    Executive Committee Members serve a minimum of two years, and nominations are confirmed by annual vote of the full FEB membership.

    The two elected Executive Committee Officers, Chair and Vice-Chair are also elected annually and serve a one year term. As a general rule, the Chair is succeeded by the Vice-Chair. The Chair acts as the senior spokesman for the FEB and supervises the activities of the Executive Committee. Generally, the Executive Committee meets on a quarterly basis, and once meeting minutes are approved by the Chair, they are distributed to the full FEB membership.  Download latest meeting minutes here:

    05 DEC 2019 EC Meeting Minutes FINAL

Standing Executive Committee members shall be the:
  • Immediate past Chair of the Executive Committee
  • Head of the HPFEB Host Agency
  • The Principle Officer within Hawaii of the General Services Administration
  • The Principal Officer within Hawaii of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
  • The Principal Officer within Hawaii of the Fourteenth Coast Guard District

The FY-2020 Honolulu-Pacific Federal Executive Board Executive Committee



Scott Ebell

Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency - Chief of Staff

On September 17, 2017, Mr. Scott Ebell was selected as the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) Chief of Staff.  In support of the Director he provides executive leadership and synchronization of global strategies, policies, plans, programs, operations, budgets and governance structures that enable DPAA to provide families and the nation with the fullest possible accounting of missing US personnel from past conflicts.           Mr. Ebell also serves as the Honolulu-Pacific Federal Executive...


Mr. Ebell also serves as the Honolulu-Pacific Federal Executive Board Chairman and provides executive leadership to formulate guidance that facilitates cooperation across all Federal organizations which enables effective and efficient government.

Mr. Ebell served over 20 years in the Army in a variety of command and staff positions.  In 2003, he was appointed to Civil Service and served in diverse executive leadership positions with the Army, Marine Corps and Navy in the land, air, sea and cyber domains in the United States and overseas.

Mr. Ebell’s education includes a Bachelor of Science degree with honors from Liberty University.  He is also a graduate of various professional programs from the Federal Executive Institute, George Washington University, Army Management Staff College and Naval Postgraduate School.

Mr. Ebell’s awards and decorations include a Meritorious Civilian Service Award, two Commander’s Awards for Civilian Service, Army Meritorious Service Medal, seven Army Commendation Medals, seven Army Achievement Medals, two National Defense Service Medals, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Southwest Asia Service Medal with three Bronze Campaign Stars, Kuwait Liberation Medal and North Atlantic Treaty Organization Medal.

Mr. Ebell is married and has one son.




Currently Vacant


Past HPEB Chairs

Attached List Shows the history of HPFEB Chairs