2002 Davis Productivity Awards Call for Nominations

Published: April 4th, 2002

Category: Memos

Larry T. Ellis, Director, Division of Human Resources

On behalf of Florida TaxWatch, the Florida Council of 100, and the State of Florida, I’m pleased to announce a call for nominations for the 2002 Davis Productivity Awards.

Presented annually, the Davis Productivity Awards honor state government employees throughout Florida who have significantly increased productivity in delivering state services and products. Awards are also made to individuals and work units for adapting and implementing previous years’ award-winning achievements to create added value.

The program presents cash awards ranging from $300 to $2,500 as well as commemorative plaques, certificates of commendation, and letters of honorable mention. A committee of Florida TaxWatch staff and a panel of judges make award decisions. The deadline for nominations is May 31.

Particularly welcome for the 2002 competition are:

    • Nominations of achievements that can be adapted and implemented by other state or local government employees, teams, work units, or agencies.
    • Nominations of clerical and “blue-collar” workers’ achievements
    • Nominations of top-ranked individuals and work units among those performing similar jobs in an agency.
    • Nominations of achievements specifically and measurably related to a Bush/Brogan administration priority.
    • Nominations relating to implementation of the Service First initiative.
    • Nominations that document a benefit to all or specific citizens or to the private sector.
    • Nominations initiated by external or internal customers of individual employees, teams, work units, or agencies.

For more information and to download nomination forms, visit UF’s Davis Productivity Awards web site at www.hr.ufl.edu/awards/davis.htm or contact Training and Development at 392-4626 (SC 622-4626) or training@ufl.edu.

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