Friday, April 1, 2011

Five ECBC Engineering Employees Selected To Receive FEB Excellence Award

The Baltimore Federal Executive Board (FEB) has selected five ECBC Engineering Directorate employees to be recognized at its 44th Annual Excellence In Federal Career Awards program. The Baltimore FEB is one of 28 Federal Executive Boards across the country that works to provide closer coordination among federal agencies outside of the nation’s capital. The awards program, which will take place on May 6, recognizes federal employees for excellence in job performance during the previous year. Congratulations to the following five employees for this achievement:

Greg was nominated by Jeff Warwick for his superior creative skill as a concept artist in engineering conceptual product design, working with the client to take their concept and create a design which will eventually be turned into a product for the Warfighter.

Larry was nominated by Mark Schlein for the totality of his 37 years at ECBC, which over time has earned him the nickname Larry “I’m Here For You” Oswald.

Linda was nominated by Connie Riley because her experience, capabilities and effectiveness have resulted in her becoming a resource for other teams when critical requirements arise. Although these additional tasks are outside of her normal responsibilities and there are usually primary actions pending, Linda always makes time to support these requests.

Chika was nominated by Lester Strauch for his work as the Engineering lead for a Center-wide, cross-directorate effort to build a heavy mobile expeditionary laboratory and a chemical monitoring suite for the 20th Support Command.

William was nominated by Dan Lumpkins because of the new processes he has brought to ECBC. William played a key role in updating manufacturing and designing processes for new machinery and technologies, such as the wire electrical discharge machine that precisely cuts conductive materials to a high tolerance of holding microns.

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