Nominations Open for the 2012 Prudential-Davis Productivity Awards
The Department of Corrections is again proud to participate in the Prudential Davis Productivity Awards for 2012.
The Prudential – Davis Productivity Awards are presented annually to permanent, full-time, individual state employees, plus teams, work units, partnerships and agencies that clearly exceed performance expectations and job descriptions in ways that improve core state functions and save money for Florida taxpayers and businesses. Cash awards of $200 to $2,750, commemorative plaques and certificates of commendation are given based on the level of achievement.
All state employees, supervisors, and managers are encouraged to submit nominations for the 2012 awards competition. Award winners will be notified by March 2012, and presentations will be held throughout the state in June 2012.
The on-line nomination form and instructions for the 2012 Prudential Financial – Davis Productivity Awards competition are now available at http://www.floridataxwatch.org/dpanominations2/index.php. The deadline for submitting nominations is Friday, September 9th, 2011. Nominations will not be accepted after that.
You can nominate individuals, teams, and work units that exceeded their job descriptions and performance expectations in ways that improved service delivery and added value for Florida taxpayers and businesses for the period between October 2010 and October 2011 or other comparable period.
Chief Deputy Dan Ronay will review all nominations before they are sent to Florida TaxWatch, the organizers of the Prudential-Davis Productivity Awards.
Now is the time to demonstrate how you and other Corrections staff benefit the individuals and business of Florida.
For more information and detailed instructions, please visit http://cos33/dcweb2/announcements/2011/08-09.html from a DC computer or visit the Prudential-Davis Productivity Award site at http://www.floridataxwatch.org/dpa/index.php.
You can also call Chris Akins at 850-717-3715 or e-mail at email@example.com.
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