Award Nomination Deadline extended!
The Board has extended the deadline for nominations for SAIGE Achievement Awards to April 14. So if you know of someone who is deserving of recognition in your agency or unit, please visit https://saige.org/member-resources/scholarships/ to download the application.
There are many people who are doing good work who do not receive any recognition. This is your opportunity to change that.
American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) employment represents 1.7 percent, approximately 30,010 (a decrease from 32,251 in 2010) of the permanent Federal Workforce. The purpose of these awards are to recognize agencies and individuals who through their personal commitment and professional initiative have made demonstrable contributions in the recruitment, retention and advancement of AI/AN employees in the Federal workforce, and who have assisted with the advancement of AI/AN professionals, role models and future leaders.
Awardees will be recognized and presented by SAIGE at the 15th Annual SAIGE National
Training Program, “Sovereignty, Trust and Resilience” being held in Green Bay, WI, June 11-14, 2018
Following are the award categories for the Society of American Indian Government Employees Outstanding Achievement Awards.
One award will be awarded for each of the following categories:
3. General Schedule Grades
4. American Indian/Alaska Native Special Emphasis Program Manager
These awards are based on the following criteria: Nominees must have demonstrated actions,significant, measurable and visible achievements in promoting the employment of AI/AN in the Federal workforce. All federal employees are eligible for nomination.
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