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Awards and Recognition
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OSER -- formerly known as DER -- has received the following awards and recognition:

Agency Awards:

  • Our publication, History of the Wisconsin Civil Service, 1905-2005, received an honorable mention from the Wisconsin Library Association for Wisconsin's Distinguished Document Award (2005).  (A copy was also forwarded to the American Library Association, Government Documents Roundtable for possible national recognition in 2007.)
  • IPMA-CPS Grant, for innovative state human resource programs (State of Wisconsin Enterprise Leadership Academy) (2005)
  • Eugene R. Rooney Jr. Award, National Association of State Personnel Executives, for "innovative state human resource programs" (Working Together in Labor Management Cooperation) (2001)
  • Governing Magazine gave Wisconsin an "A-" grade in Human Resources, one of only three states to receive such a high mark. (2001) 
  • Governor's Special Minority Business Award (1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001)
  • State Employees Combined Campaign, 2nd Place, Percent Participation (2000); 3rd place (1998, 1999)
  • Equal Opportunity Award, Milwaukee Urban League, for minority hiring achievements (1998, 1999)
  • Exemplary Achievement Award, Council of State Governments (1998)
  • Best Practice Leadership Award, Saratoga Institute (1996)
  • National finalist, Innovation in American Government Award, Ford Foundation (1995)
  • Best Practices Award, Society for Human Resource Management, Greater Madison Chapter (1995)
  • Agency Excellence Award (large agency), International Personnel Management Association (1994)
  • Exemplary State and Local (EXSL) Award, National Center for Public Productivity (1994)
  • Eugene R. Rooney Jr. Award, National Association of State Personnel Executives, for "innovative state human resource programs" (1994)
  • Excellence in Recruitment Award, Milwaukee Urban League (1994)
  • National semifinalist, State and Local Government Award, Ford Foundation (1994)

Individual Awards:

  • Helping Hand Award, Wisconsin Community Action Program Association, awarded for recognition of her dedication and leadership in addressing the needs of low-income people (2003) (Kathryn Moore) 
  • Women of Courage Award, recognizing an individual who has overcome barriers in attaining economic and/or emotional self-sufficiency, Wisconsin Community Action Program Association (2002) (Jean Fillner)
  • Individual Suggester of the Year, State Employee Suggestion Board (2002) (Brenda Williams) 
  • Public Official of the Year, Governing Magazine (2000)
  • Warner Stockberger Achievement Award, International Personnel Management Association (2000)
  • Outstanding HR Practitioner, American Society for Public Administration, Personnel Section (2000)
  • Eugene R. Rooney Jr. Award, National Association of State Personnel Executives, for "leadership in state human resource management" (1999)
  • Certificate of Commendation, State Employee Suggestion Board (1995) (Robert Toomey)

 

 


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