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Aviation Award Categories

Program Awards

Large Category: Federal aviation program with 21 or more aircraft
Small Category: Federal aviation program with 20 or fewer aircraft

Frequency: GSA and the Interagency Committee for Aviation Policy (ICAP) present annually one award each to a large and small federal aviation program

Eligibility: Flight program teams (federal or contractor) at the field, bureau, or headquarters/departmental level are all eligible for this award. Fleets may be all federally-owned or contractor-owned aircraft, or a mix of federally owned/contractor-owned aircraft. Members of the program team may include Federal employees, contractors, or Department of Defense (DoD) uniformed personnel.

Professional Awards

Managerial/Official: This award is presented annually to the best federal aviation professional in a managerial or official position.

  • Eligibility: Any federal employee whose primary duties involve management of a non-DoD federal flight program. Contractors and DoD uniform personnel are not eligible for this award.
  • Criteria: The winner should have demonstrated excellence in improving the safety, efficiency, and effectiveness of his or her agency's federal flight and/or Commercial Aviation Services (CAS) program.

Operational/Support: This cash award will be presented to the best federal aviation professional in an operational or support position.

  • Eligibility: Any federal, contract employee, or DoD uniform personnel whose primary duties support a non-DoD federal flight program.
  • Criteria: The winner should have demonstrated excellence in improving the safety, efficiency, and effectiveness of his or her agency's federal flight and/or Commercial Aviation Services (CAS) program.

Safety: This award is given annually to the best Federal Aviation Professional in an aviation safety position.

  • Eligibility: Executive agencies may nominate any Federal, contract employee, or DoD uniform person whose primary duties support a non-DoD Federal flight program.
  • Criteria: The winner should have demonstrated excellence in improving the safety, efficiency, and effectiveness of his or her agency's federal flight and/or Commercial Aviation Services (CAS) program.

 

CONTACTS

Mike Miles
(202) 219-1356


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