Campaign Award Announcements

We are excited to announce the Chesapeake Bay Area Combined Federal Campaign award winners. Thank you to all department, agency and installation leadership, campaign workers and donors for building a strong campaign year after year.

2018 Award Announcement

OPM National Award Winners

OPM presents awards each year for CFC Hero and CFC Innovation. This highly competitive program recognizes stand out performances on behalf of the CFC. Each Zone in the country can submit up to three nominees. The Chesapeake Bay Area CFC has had four Campaign Hero awardees and two Innovation awardees over the past two years. Congratulations to 2018 award winners:

Hero Award

A CFC hero is a person who implemented a successful CFC campaign and went above and beyond the call of duty in service to the campaign. This recognition will be awarded to up to three outstanding key CFC campaign representatives. The top three nominations will be submitted for the national CFC Hero Award. All campaign workers are eligible to be nominated for CFC Hero. 

Presented to:

Pamela Anderson, Fort Meade

Additional Nominees:

SSgt. Edwin Pierce, Fort Meade

Elena Kaub, Transportation Security Agency

Diane Smith, United States Postal Service

Innovation Award

Innovative activities can be in the areas of campaign administration/management, marketing, fundraising & incentive efforts and/or other innovations which display creativity and excellence during the 2018 CFC Campaign. Examples include initiating new or improved methods of CFC awareness, method used for the education of donors, implementing a new technology while promoting CFC, conducting an innovative CFC activity/event, etc.

Presented to:

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

CBACFC Award Winners

Agency of the Year

One Federal Agency or Command in each category will be awarded the traveling trophy if they achieved great results in their campaign by utilizing innovative and creative means, getting key CFC volunteers involved, creating awareness, and showing leadership. The four categories are: Agencies with more than 1,000 personnel, Agencies with 500-599 personnel, Agencies with 100-499 personnel, and Agencies with fewer than 100 personnel.

Presented to:

Dover Air Force Base

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Transportation Security Administration

Million Dollar Circle Award

Awarded to all agencies that achieve a million dollars or more in pledges and volunteer value.

Presented to:

National Security Agency

Agency Leaders

Recognizes a Commanding Officer or Agency Leader that goes the extra mile on behalf of the CFC. Examples include providing a personal endorsement for supporting causes through the CFC sharing personal stories and motivation messages about giving back and demonstrating the value volunteerism.

Presented to:

National Security Agency 

Gen. Taylor at Aberdeen Proving Grounds

Col. Joel Safranek, Dover Air Force Base

Fort Detrick

Defense Media Activity/Defense Information Services

Karen Jackson, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Most Valuable Volunteer

Recognizes a Keyworker or Volunteer who made the most valuable contribution in their agency which is reflected in the overall success of their agency's campaign.

Presented to:

John Curry, Environmental Protection Agency

National Security Agency 

 

2017 Award Announcement

OPM National Award Winners

OPM presents awards each year for CFC Hero and CFC Innovation. This highly competitive program recognizes stand out performances on behalf of the CFC. Each Zone in the country can submit up to three nominees. The Chesapeake Bay Area CFC has had four Campaign Hero awardees and two Innovation awardees over the past two years. Congratulations to 2017 award winners:

Hero Award

A CFC hero is a person who implemented a successful CFC campaign and went above and beyond the call of duty in service to the campaign. This recognition will be awarded to up to three outstanding key CFC campaign representatives. The top three nominations will be submitted for the national CFC Hero Award. All campaign workers are eligible to be nominated for CFC Hero. 

Presented to:

National Security Agency 

Latesha Walker, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Judy Geyer, National Institute of Aging

Innovation Award

Innovative activities can be in the areas of campaign administration/management, marketing, fundraising & incentive efforts and/or other innovations which display creativity and excellence during the 2018 CFC Campaign. Examples include initiating new or improved methods of CFC awareness, method used for the education of donors, implementing a new technology while promoting CFC, conducting an innovative CFC activity/event, etc.

Presented to:

Internal Revenue Service Martinsburg, West Virginia

CBACFC Award Winners

Million Dollar Circle Award

Awarded to all agencies that achieve a million dollars or more in pledges and volunteer value.

Presented to:

National Security Agency