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  • SAMMIES Tracker: Allan Comp’s Hardrock cachet

    Some of the most environmentally degraded communities can be found in Appalachian coal country and the Western Hardrock mining region. Dr. Allan Comp, a program analyst with the Department of the Interior’s Office of Surface…

  • GAO’s Watchdog Extraordinaire

    The Transportation Security Administration’s Secure Flight program has been operational since the beginning of the year. The system screens airline passengers against the terrorist watch list. Cathleen Berrick is the managing director of Homeland Security…

  • SAMMIES Tracker: nominee working to end tax fraud

    The IRS continues to work to stamp out the use of offshore accounts to commit tax fraud. The problem has been around for years, but one man’s efforts — along with his team — have…

  • Work is Fun for SAMMIE Nominee

    Sniffing the air for anthrax has never been more high-tech. Scientists at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory have come up with sensors that can diagnose infectious diseases, track airborne toxins and even detect explosives in…

  • The Sammie Awards

    The Oscar Awards come up on Sunday, but for the government, it is nomination season. There are only a few more weeks to nominate feds for the Partnership for Public Service’s Service to America Medals,…

  • High Honors

    Nominations for the 2009 Service to America Medals are now open. Jim Seymour is Program Manager for the “Sammies” at the Partnership for Public Service and is here now to explain how you can nominate…

  • Nats fete Sammies winner

    Federal, state and local officials honored during Public Service Night

  • Nats fete Sammies winner

    Federal, state and local officials honored during Public Service Night

  • Not the Grammies, the Sammies! /Security Clearance Appeals

    Jim Seymour, Senior Program Manager Partnership for Public Service Bill Savarino Cohen Mohr September 11th, 2008