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    SEVENTH ANNUAL SENIOR FELLOWS AWARD PROGRAM

    Presented By

    THE PARTNERSHIP FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

    AND

    THE SENIOR FELLOWS BOARD OF LEADERS

    To Honor

    OUTSTANDING SENIOR FELLOWS

    WHO HAVE PRODUCED RESULTS THAT BENEFIT

    THE AMERICAN PEOPLE

    Purpose of the Senior Fellows Award Program

    The Award honors outstanding graduates of the Excellence in Government Fellows or e-Government Fellows
    Programs of the Partnership for Public Service who exemplify the spirit
    and vision of the Partnership and who have produced noteworthy results
    that benefit the American people.

    Eligibility of Nominees/Groups

    • Any Senior Fellow currently working in or retired from the federal government.

    • Any Senior Fellow who has left the federal government and is now working in state or local
      government, a public non-profit organization, or a private sector firm
      that works in partnership with federal, state, or local government.

    General Information

    Nominations will be taken for three award categories: (1) Achieving Results;

    (2) Leadership in Action; (3) Public Service Excellence; and (4) Service to Senior Fellows.
    Although nominations can be submitted in one or more categories, the
    Board of Leaders may consider nominees in all categories. Nominations
    should recognize the achievement of results, while working for a government
    employer or partner, on specific projects (during the past 12 months)
    or projects that produced benefits on a sustained basis (at least 2
    years). Nominations must be endorsed by either an agency or departmental
    senior executive or a military flag officer. Nominations of Senior
    Fellows no longer in federal service must be endorsed by an executive
    or director of the governmental organization for whom the results were
    produced. If the nominee’s organization requires approval for
    receiving outside awards, the nominator shall obtain the necessary clearance.

    Award Selection and Presentation

    The Senior Fellows Board of Leaders will select award finalists. Winners of the awards will
    be chosen by a panel of distinguished judges: Principals (former government
    executives), current government executives and sponsors of the Fellows
    programs, and current and former coaches and executive staff.
    Award winners will be honored at the Fellows graduation banquet in Washington,
    D.C. on August 12, 2010.

    Award Categories and Selection Criteria:

    • Achieving Results: This award is presented to the Senior Fellow (or group) who best reflects
      the value of achieving results by transforming a vision into actions
      that achieved measurable results that benefit the American people.
      Whether related to results achieved in a specific project or efforts
      that lead to sustained benefits, the recipient must have clearly shown
      the ability to lead people, lead change, build networks and coalitions,
      and get outstanding results.

    • Leadership in Action: This award is presented to the Senior Fellow (or group)
      who best reflects the vision of leadership through a specific achievement
      in leadership or through sustained leadership. It recognizes the human
      factors of leadership, including the ability to envision networks and
      activate partnerships among governmental and nongovernmental contributors
      to public value; to organize and lead teams; to practice and promote
      mentoring; to identify and remove barriers to personal and professional
      development and advancement; and to build and promote diversity in the
      workforce.

    • Public Service Excellence: This award is presented to the Senior Fellow (or
      group) who made the most significant difference in the lives of citizens
      through government actions or programs. It recognizes outcomes
      that epitomize the noble value of public service by making people’s
      lives better, improving the environment, advancing social values such
      as health or education, or by attracting talented people to public service.
      The recipient must have had a principal and innovative role in envisioning
      the agency or team’s role, in defining its results, or leading it
      to achieve the outcome.

    • Service To Senior Fellows: This award is presented to the Senior Fellow (or
      group) who made the most significant difference in the lives of other
      Senior Fellows through government actions or programs. It recognizes
      outcomes that epitomize the noble value of public service by making
      people’s lives better, improving the environment, advancing social
      values such as health or education, or by attracting talented people
      to public service. The recipient must have had a principal and
      innovative role in envisioning the role of Senior Fellows at an agency,
      in defining its results, or leading it to achieve the outcome beneficial
      to the Senior Fellows community.

    Attachment: Nomination Form & Contact for More Information

    2010 Partnership for Public Service Senior Fellows Award Nomination Form
    (Nomination
    deadline: June 25, 2010)


    Award considered
    for
    : ___ Achieving Results

    ___ Leadership in Action
    ___ Public Service Excellence

    ___ Service To Senior Fellows Community


    Full Name of Nominee* __________________

    Title of Nominee _______________________

    E-Mail Address ________________________
    Agency/Department _____________________
    Agency/Department Mailing Address ______________________________

    Nominator (Name, Title) ________________________________________
    Phone _________________ e-Mail Address ________________________


    Senior Fellows Award
    nominations shall include a brief summary describing the nominee’s
    accomplishment(s). The nomination must address, in a maximum of two
    pages, the following three questions:

    • What challenge or problem did the nominee address?
    • What action did the nominee take?
    • What was the result or Impact of the nominee’s efforts?

      If the nominee is selected for consideration, the nominator will be
      requested to submit an endorsement (described below) and a brief summary
      (150 words) describing the nominee’s accomplishments which may be
      used as a citation for publication as well as in the Awards presentation
      brochure.

    The nomination must be endorsed by an agency/department executive (SES or, if military or DOD, Flag
    Officer). For nominees outside the federal government, the nomination
    must be endorsed by an executive or director of the governmental organization
    for whom the results were produced.


    Nominations can be submitted electronically to
    [email protected]. ( Please use the subject line:
    Senior Fellows Award) or mailed to:

    Senior Fellows Awards
    Partnership for Public Service
    1100 New York Avenue NW, Suite 1090 East
    Washington, DC 20005
    Attn: Senior Fellows Award Coordinator

    If you have any questions about eligibility, please contact Chris Wingo at the Partnership for
    Public Service at 202-775-9111 or
    [email protected].

    • If nominating a group, please complete the top portion of this page for
      each person in the group.

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