GSA wins big at the 40th annual Philadelphia FEB Awards
Several GSA employees and project teams were honored at the Philadelphia Federal Executive Board’s (FEB) Excellence in Government Awards ceremony, held May 4 at the William J. Green, Jr. Federal Building in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The annual Philadelphia FEB Excellence in Government Awards recognize federal employees in the greater Philadelphia area for their outstanding accomplishments in meeting the needs of their constituents and the general public. Now in its 40th year, the awards program presented 40 awards across 11 categories, to employees representing 15 federal agencies.
Deputy Regional Commissioner Sue Labman and Contract Specialist Erin Watson were selected as Gold Medalists; Labman for the Leadership category, Watson for Rising Star of the Year.
Silver Medals were awarded to Communications Specialist Kyle Assed in the Adele Mayo EEO/Diversity Leadership Award category and Smart Buildings Program Specialist Eric Reigner in the category of Outstanding Achievement, Non-Supervisors.
Three regional project teams also received awards. The NASA Measurement Systems Laboratory, a GSA/NASA collaboration at the NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, won a Bronze Medal in the Innovation category. The PBS Strategic Communications Branch was honored with a Bronze Medal in the Outstanding Team category. Finally, the U.S. Passport Office at the Robert N.C. Nix, Sr. U.S. Courthouse in Philadelphia, a GSA/Department of State partnership, won a Gold Medal in the Collaboration Champions category.
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