For over 60 years, outstanding federal employees working in Honolulu – Pacific Federal Executive Board (HPFEB) agencies have been recognized at an annual awards ceremony. Until 2011 this ceremony included a sit down type luncheon at a prestigious Waikiki hotel, with awardee and guest tickets purchased by parent agencies, supervisors and sometimes awardee family members. The current model is that the awards ceremony is held at a government/military facility (currently the Hickam AFB Officer’s Club on Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam), at no cost to federal employees or agencies. The ceremony is held jointly with an EXPO, where federal benefit and other partners staff booths to educate employees on their offerings and benefits. The ceremony is typically held on the Friday of the first full week in May, corresponding to National Public Service Employee Recognition Week.
The Digital program can be found and downloaded here: 2022 HPFEB EIG Awards Program FINAL
See official digital program. Pictures from the event and the video recording at the website below:
66th Annual Excellence in Government Awards Program – 2022 Awards Event
Each awardee is recognized with a certificate by a local military or government leader. Each FEB agency may nominate one candidate for each of the seven award categories (the Team Excellence Category typically includes multiple awardees). The HPFEB sees this as an opportunity to honor the broad spectrum of excellent work across all agencies and all agency nominees that meet the category criteria will be recognized. See full guidelines here: 2022 HPFEB Awards Guidelines FINAL
The Honolulu-Pacific Federal Executive Board (HPFEB) Executive Committee announces the 66th Annual Excellence in Federal Government Awards Program and EXPO.
Date: May 6, 2022
Time: EXPO and Welcome: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Award Ceremony: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Awards Ceremony held in-person program at JBPHH Officer’s Club Lanai*
HPFEB Member Nominations DUE: March 31, 2022
The Excellence in Federal Government Awards Program is your opportunity to recognize high-level contributors and the best in public service. Our goal is to celebrate excellence in federal employees across the spectrum and each nomination that meets the criteria below will be honored. Please review the guidelines below and help facilitate this opportunity to spotlight the most deserving award recipients.
The HPFEB Excellence in Government awards allows HPFEB Member Agencies to:
>>> Celebrate the innovation & quality of work performed by federal agencies and employees.
>>> Learn about the incredible work of our colleagues and best practices from partner agencies.
>>> Promote the excellent work of federal agencies and their top performers.
The award categories are linked to the President’s Management Agenda strategy for improving:
** Strengthening and empowering the Federal workforce **
** Delivering excellent, equitable, and secure Federal services and customer experience **
** Managing the business of Government to Build Back Better **
First, each HPFEB member agency should designate an Agency Coordinator. This information entered on this initial form will carry-over and be included on future nomination documents: https:// honolulu-pacific.feb.gov/2022-excellence-in-federal-government-awards-program-agency-coordinators-sign-up/
Agency representatives MUST use HPFEB’s simple Awards Nomination Cover Sheet web page to create nomination forms found here: HPFEB Award Nomination website.
The webform is user- friendly and generates a completed PDF for download and digital signature. Please contact us if you have any trouble accessing the site or utilizing these steps in your internal nomination process. The nominee’s narrative portion is included at this stage of the nomination process.
Narrative must not exceed 1000 characters (see sample page 15 of guidelines). This full narrative will be included for qualification and in the official awards program. Please avoid using bullet points, excessive acronyms or agency jargon. These narratives are used publicly in the awards program and should be digestible by a broad audience.
The nomination form also requires an executive summary (max 300 characters) of accomplishments that will be used during the ceremony. Please be descriptive but avoid using acronyms and/or agency specific jargon unrecognizable to a ceremony EmCee. Not following these guidelines (i.e. copying bullet points from a performance appraisal) will likely be sent back to the agency Coordinator to edit and resubmit. Create cover sheet here: https://honolulu-pacific.feb.gov/hpfeb-2022-awards-program-forms-cover-sheets/
Once the cover sheet is completed, please sign the document, digitally (preferred), and submit the final application along with a photo (.jpg/.jpeg) at this link. Full url here:
2021 Awards Program information below:
DUE TO COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS ON SOCIAL DISTANCING, THE 2021 (65th Annual) AWARDS EVENT WAS HELD VIRTUALLY, ON THURSDAY MAY 20, 2021 at 1:00pm Hawaii time.
Watch the Recording of the ceremony using the following link:
A downloadable (.pdf) version of the 2021 official awards program:
The program is designed in booklet format, to be printed double sided and folded.
Go to the Awardee Gallery Page for an interactive photo collage of our 2021 awards winners:
The HPFEB is still coordinating the delivery of the framed awardee certificates to agency coordinators. For any questions about the ceremony can contact Brian Mikel at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Links to National PSRW sites:
Watch the President’s PSRW Proclamation Video:
Please contact Brian Mikel at email@example.com if you have any questions.
The HPFEB uses this event to:
The 2022 Annual Excellence in Federal Government Awards Program