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FMA Awards for Excellence
Each year, FMA presents four awards for outstanding work in the federal government. FMA awards are as follows:
The FMA Awards Criteria can be found here. The deadline for nominations is January 25, 2019.
Manager of the Year Award
The Manager of the Year Award is presented to an outstanding manager or supervisor in the federal government who is a current member of the Federal Managers Association.
Manager of the Year Award nominations are made by FMA Chapters. Chapters nominate one nominee to their respective Region Director. Region Directors submit the name of the nominee(s) and supporting documentation to the FMA National Office. In recognition of their excellent management skills and dedication to FMA, Manager of the Year winners receive lifetime FMA membership, a plaque, and their name on a perpetual plaque displayed at the National Office. All nominees receive special recognition.
Gilbert N. "Gil" Guidry Memorial Award
This annual award is presented to the outstanding Federal Managers Association Chapter President in memory of Gilbert N. Guidry, President of Chapter 4, Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, whose leadership represents the finest tradition of service to the United States of America and to the principles of FMA.
Gil Guidry “Outstanding Chapter President” Award nominations are made by FMA Region Directors for Chapter Presidents in their respective regions. In recognition of their excellent leadership and dedication to FMA, Gil Guidry Award winners receive lifetime FMA membership, a plaque, and their name on a perpetual plaque displayed at the National Office. All nominees receive special recognition.
Odell Green Award
This award recognizes excellence by a member of the Executive Board in the preceding year. It was established in memory of Odell Green who performed exemplary service for FMA. Odell served for two years as the Zone 8 President and was former president of Chapter 16, Mare Island Naval Shipyard in Vallejo, California. He passed away in 1992.
This award recognizes a chapter in the Association that has displayed outstanding leadership and service to its facility, community, agency, and nation during the past year.