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OPM Director Janice R. Lachance presented the first OPM Director's PILLAR Awards on August 28th at OPM's Strategic Compensation Conference in Washington, DC. The OPM Director's PILLAR Award is an honorary award established in 2000 to recognize and publicize effective employee performance management programs, processes, and practices that support alignment of employee performance management practices with organizational strategic goals as well as results-oriented and customer-focused performance. The name of the award stands for Performance, Incentives, and Leadership Linked to Achieve Results. The pillar represents effective performance management because it is the foundation that supports a structure, just as performance management is the foundation that supports good management.
Director Lachance solicited nominations for the award in a May 12 memorandum for heads of executive departments and agencies. We received 35 nominations from 18 agencies. A panel of human resources experts reviewed the nominations and made recommendations to Director Lachance, who made the final selections.
In this inaugural year of the OPM Director's PILLAR Award, we want to acknowledge all the organizations throughout Government who took the time to nominate a performance management practice that contributes to achieving their mission and strategic goals.
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