Asian Pacific American Council (FAPAC) is soliciting nominations
for the 2008 FAPAC Outstanding Civilian Individual Awards from
each Federal Executive Department and Independent Agency. The
base period of performance shall be calendar year 2007.
FAPAC Annual Congressional Seminar National Leadership Training
Conference & Exhibits is scheduled on June 23 to 27, 2008 at New
York Marriott at Brooklyn Bridge, 333 Adams Street, New York, NY
11201 (1-800-228-9290). The purpose of this award program is to
recognize individuals who have made significant contributions to
the advancement of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs)
and the promotion of equal opportunity in the Federal and D.C.
Government work force and the AAPI community.
1. Outstanding Individual Leadership: Individual who has shown
bold leadership and innovative ways in promoting Equal
Employment Opportunity (EEO), Affirmative Action and Diversity.
2. Excellence in Individual Achievement: Individual who has
shown greatest contribution toward the AAPI representation at
all levels as compared to the total AAPI population as a whole
3. Diversity Excellence: Individual who has shown a remarkable
contribution towards diversity against all odds.
nominations via email to Ms. Tia Chu, the Chairperson, firstname.lastname@example.org
or by postal mail to FAPAC, P.O. Box 23184, Washington D.C.
The nomination deadline is Monday, April 28, 2008.
that each agency is limited to one civilian nominee in each
category and one nominee in each grade cluster: Grade 1-10,
Grade 11-15, and SES. The FAPAC Award Committee will make the
final selection and notify individuals and nominating offices no
later than May 12, 2008. Each awardee will receive a formal
invitation to attend the award ceremony and three complimentary
dinner tickets. Additional tickets may be purchased. FAPAC does
not cover travel or per diem expenses. Any questions should be
directed to Ms. Chu at (202) 781-2626
Thank you for
your continued support. We look forward to receiving your
Award Committee Chairperson, FAPA