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NNSA employees recognized at DOE CFC ceremony

NNSA along with DOE employees were recently recognized at the Department of Energy 2014 Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) Awards Ceremony for their support of the CFC.

DOE Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz kicked off the event with comments on the value of the campaign and he provided statistics highlighting the success of CFC. Vince Micone, chairman of the CFC National Capital Area Coordinating Committee, presented Secretary Moniz with an award for DOE breaking the $1 million mark during the 2014 campaign, one of only 10 Federal agencies to do so.

NNSA was recognized for the important part it played in helping DOE reach the $1 million goal. Thanks to the hard work of our NNSA Key Workers and the extraordinary generosity of its donors, NNSA was among the DOE organization’s credited with a CFC “President’s Award.” This award is given to organizations where either 75 percent of employees participate or where employees average $275 or more per capita donations. NNSA was also recognized for its per capita contribution level, an indication of just how extraordinarily generous its donors were.

Special recognition was given to NNSA headquarters employees Michelle Spessard for being the 2014 champion of the first “Long Hall for a Big Haul” contest and Mark Roman for spearheading the NNSA Key Workers efforts.

NNSA Key Workers and “Long Hall/Big Haul” Event Supporters for the 2014 CFC included: Lynn Ashby, Frances Baumgardner, Clarence Bishop, Sheri Bone, Shirley Derr, Derek Estes, Dameone Ferguson, Jason Gerbsman, Tim Groen, Melissa Hoffman, Michele Hutchins, Michelle James, Andi Kasarsky, Michelle Livingston, Ann Madison, Dishecal Manley, Don Murrell, Rich Person, Becky Ramsey, Patrick Rhoads, Taunya Riley, Mark Roman, Vanessa Scott, Vicky Sinkler, Zachary Stern, Suzanne Stewart, Rich Tannich, Yolanda Walker and Tommy Zavala.

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At a separate event, Gen. Frank Klotz, DOE Under Secretary for Nuclear Security and NNSA Administrator, recognized Mark Roman, NNSA Senior Coordinator for CFC 2014, for his contributions to the campaign.