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Story - Two VA Employees Nominated for “The Sammies” Award

Two VA Employees Nominated for “The Sammies” Award

Photo of Anne Dunn (Photo credit: Aaron Clamage / clamagephoto.com)

Anne Dunn
(Photo credit: Aaron Clamage /
clamagephoto.com)

Photo of Thomas O’Toole (Photo credit: Aaron Clamage / clamagephoto.com)

Thomas O’Toole
(Photo credit: Aaron Clamage /
clamagephoto.com)

Federal employees are responsible for many noteworthy and inspiring accomplishments that are seldom recognized or celebrated. The Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals, “Sammies” highlight excellence in our federal workforce and inspire other talented and dedicated individuals to go into public service.

The Sammies, known as the “Oscars” of government service, are a highly respected honor with a vigorous selection process. Named for the Partnership for Public Service’s late founder who was inspired by President Kennedy’s call to serve in 1963, these awards align with his vision of a dynamic and innovative federal workforce that meets the needs of the American people.

Please read about their selfless service for helping our nations Veterans.

The profile stories of VA’s two finalists are posted online here:

Anne Dunn:
http://servicetoamericamedals.org/honorees/view_profile.php?profile=431

Thomas O’Toole:
http://servicetoamericamedals.org/honorees/view_profile.php?profile=460

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