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ROCKY MOUNTAIN EAGLE & UNITED WE SERVE AWARD WINNERS

The CFEB is pleased to announce the winners of the Rocky Mountain Eagle and United We Serve Awards.  Please join us in congratulating these outstanding government employees!  You are invited to help us celebrate their achievements at the Public Service Recognition Week Celebration on May 5, 2015 (details below).

ROCKY MOUNTAIN EAGLE AWARD RECIPIENTS

Rookie of the Year | Kendra Rooney, DOL

Employee of the Year | Robert Sommers, DOD NORAD NORTHCOM

Supervisor of the Year | William Kepler, DOI BOR

Executive of the Year | William Bonds, OPM WMDC

Outstanding Customer Service | Andrew Hamilton, DOD ARPC

Improved Federal Image | Robert Kapp, DHS TSA

Special Project or Achievement Individual | Willie Pratt, DOD US Army

Special Project or Achievement Team | P5I Team, DOD ARPC
Lt Col Bruce Winhold | SMSgt Arlic Nunerley | Sara Jenkins | Orlando Medina

UNITED WE SERVE AWARD RECIPIENTS

City | Debbe Meise, City of Aurora

State | Jill Nore, State of Colorado, Department of Safety, Division of Criminal Justice

Federal | SMSgt Thomas Drake, DOD Air Force Space Command

KNOW YOUR GOVERNMENT

Education is a policy area that reflects the basic principles of
a)    Dual federalism
b)    Cooperative federalism
c)    Supremacy of the federal government
d)    Supremacy of the states
e)    Intergovernmental relations

The Answer is b:
Educational policy is a good example of how the federal, state, and local governments work together.  Although direct control over public schools is in the hands of the local school board, curriculum issues, the length of the school year, and teacher credentialing are state responsibilities.  The federal government, through the Department of Education, provides funding for various school programs and imposes requirements for the teaching of students with disabilities, for example.

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PETS OF THE WEEK

Adopt a pet and save a life!

  

  Tacoma | Greyhound | Male | 5 yrs old

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Echo | Pretty Bombay/DSH black mix | 4 year old male
ANGELS WITH PAWS SHELTER | 303-274-2264 | http://www.angelswithpaws.net/
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Cloudy (153983) |male cat| 7-year-old
FOOTHILLS ANIMAL SHELTER | 303-278-7575 | customercare@fas4pets.org
http://www.FoothillsAnimalShelter.org


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