March 25, 2020
Call for Nomincations for 2020 Chief of Engineer's Annual NRM Awards - Suspense 4 May
Earlier today Meg Gaffney-Smith, Deputy Chief Operations and Regulatory Division HQUSACE, sent an email to the MSCs requesting nominations for the 2020 Chief of Engineers Annual Natural Resources Management (NRM) Award program. I encourage all MSCs to submit one nomination each for the 2020 Chief of Engineers Natural Resources Management (NRM) Employee of the Year and the 2020 Chief of Engineers Hiram M. Chittenden Award for Interpretive Excellence.
2020 Chief of Engineers Hiram M. Chittenden Award for Interpretive Excellence. This award recognizes outstanding contributions in interpretation and environmental education by a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers employee in a district or field office. An "interpreter" may be a park ranger, park manager, engineer, safety officer, public affairs officer, wildlife biologist, technician, forester, human resources specialist, or others who effectively use the art of interpretation in communicating the special resource themes for the Corps. This award is based on the demonstration of creativity and originality, which produces a positive experience for visitors and enhances the public's understanding of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Please forward your nomination package to the HQ POC, Matthew H. Palmer at firstname.lastname@example.org .
2020 Chief of Engineers Natural Resources Management (NRM) Employee of the Year. This award acknowledges an individual who has done exceptional work within the USACE Natural Resources Management Program (NRM). Eligibility includes permanent and seasonal employees who work under the natural resource program and contribute to the Environmental Compliance, Environmental Stewardship and/or Recreation management programs. Please forward your nomination package to the HQ POC, Matthew H. Palmer at email@example.com .
Please submit nominations by COB 04 May 2020.
Please take this opportunity to acknowledge our top performers.
Jeffrey F. Krause
Chief, Natural Resources Management
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