Governor recognizes State employees for their public service
Denver — Monday, May 5, 2014 — This afternoon, Gov. John Hickenlooper and Department of Personnel & Administration Executive Director Kathy Nesbitt recognized 20 state employees for their superior service to the people of Colorado. The lunch at the Governor’s Residence was part of Public Service Recognition Week, for which the first full week of May each year is designated by Congress and the Governor to honor public employees and to educate the public about the many ways government workers make life better for all Americans.
To celebrate the important contributions of our State employees, the Governor’s Office and the Colorado Department of Personnel & Administration (DPA) asked each State executive branch agency to select a single employee who most exemplifies the significant and invaluable contributions public servants make to the quality of life in our State. Honorees were selected for regularly demonstrating efficient, effective and elegant service to the people of Colorado.
Click here to view a brief narrative about each of the honorees and why they were selected.
For more information, contact:
Sabrina D’Agosta, Director of Policy & Communications
O: 303-866-6555 | C: 303-437-6671