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The final agenda for “Sovereignty, Trust and Resilience” is now available for you to access. Note: this is for the overall Training Program and does not include agendas for the Veterans’ Track or the Youth Track.
We look forward to seeing you there!
The SAIGE 2018 Planning Committee is very excited to announce the release of the Draft Agenda for the 15th Annual National Training Program! Please access the link below to download the draft agenda.
We encourage you to share this with your colleagues, friends, EEO and Training officers, and we hope to see you in Green Bay in June!
Contacts for information:
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.
In 2015, the Office of Personnel Management discontinued its practice of approving events as training, and delegated that responsibility to the agencies. Here is the Memorandum that defines what qualifies as training when an agency is making a determination to send an employee.
The OPM policy on conferences as a training activity is in 5 CFR 410.404. Information on this topic is also available at http://www.opm.gov/WIKI/training/Training-Administration-Fast-Facts-Index.ashx – Determining if a Conference is a Training Activity.
Additionally, SAIGE has developed a document that details how its Annual National Training Program fulfills these requirements. Click HERE for the Special Announcement to Agency Heads and Training Directors.
We look forward to a successful partnership with your agency and to seeing you at our 2018 National Training Program.
Good afternoon SAIGE members,
SAIGE is announcing that it is now accepting applications for its National Training Program Attendance Scholarship –
This Scholarship will include registration, travel and lodging for attendance to the SAIGE 15th Annual National Training Program, “Sovereignty, Trust and Resilience,” June 11-14, 2018, at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center in Green Bay, WI.
* Any Members of SAIGE who are permanent, term, or career seasonal, Career Conditional, Career Federal and/or full time federal contractors. Individuals who have been awarded this scholarship previously are not eligible to apply again.
See the information and the application on the webpage at:
NOTE: Deadline to apply is April 14, 2018.
Registration for our 15th Annual National Training Program is now available.
Rates are as follows:
Early Bird until April 25 – $625
April 26 – May 25 – $700
Onsite no sooner than June 11 – $750
We encourage you to register and make your hotel reservations as soon as possible. Please go to our registration site at: https://www.eiseverywhere.com/saige2018
There you will find details on how to make your hotel reservations, transportation information and much more.
We look forward to seeing you in Green Bay!
SAIGE is offering a limited number of scholarships for Native college students to attend the 2018 Training Program,”Sovereignty, Trust and Resilience,” June 11-14, 2018 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The scholarships will include conference registration fee, airfare and hotel accommodations.
The Youth Program is open to Native Students between the ages of 18 and 25 who demonstrate they are currently enrolled in good standing at an accredited high school, college or university. Students must be interested in gaining a professional degree and in the possibility of pursuing a career with the federal government. SAIGE invites American Indian/Alaska Native students to submit their application form, letter of reference, proof of school enrollment, and completed emergency medical information form for consideration to attend the conference. A short essay about their interest in government careers and information about themselves is also required.
Completed application packets must be postmarked or electronic copies sent no later than April 30, 2018. To obtain a complete application visit our website at: https://saige.org/youth/youth-track-news/
We look forward to you joining us in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Contact: JoAnn Brant Youth Program Coordinator (202) 564-0375 firstname.lastname@example.org
From Warrior Society Director Danny J. Garceau:
The 2018 SAIGE Military Meritorious Award Program is now posted in the Special Programs/Warriors Society section of our website. This Awards program is open to all military personnel, DoD civilian and government employees who are veterans. Due date for submissions is 6 April 2018. Awards will be presented at the 2018 SAIGE National Training Program in Green Bay, WI.
You can review and download the Nomination form at https://saige.org/warriors-society/