RUSA Federal Achievement Award

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The Federal Achievement Award, presented by RUSA, 2020-2021, was formerly with ASGCLA before the division dissolved. The Federal Achievement Award presented by ASGCLA 2019-2020, was formerly the FAFLRT Achievement Award. The award recognizes an individual for achievement in the promotion of library and information service and the information profession in the Federal community. Those nominated need not be members of RUSA.

 

Nominations

To nominate a librarian, complete the nomination form (Google Form). 

If you do not have a Google account or unable to use the Google form, please fill out the PDF nomination form. Send the completed nomination form along with the submission materials to the RUSA Office or to Adria Olmi, award committee chair.

Questions should be directed to the committee chair.

 

 

Submission Materials

  • Nomination letter, describing the ways in which the nominee fulfills the criteria.
  • Resume of the nominee and/or summary of the nominee’s activities and contributions.
  • Two letters of endorsement containing specific reasons for supporting the nomination.

 

 

History of the Awards: Division/Roundtable

 

From ASGCLA Division:The ASGCLA awards and scholarships program recognizes outstanding achievement by members of the library profession.

These awards honor librarians, library staff, and libraries for significant current or past achievements such as publications, program development, and leadership in the profession. All ASGCLA awards must conform to the guidelines contained in the Awards Manual of the American Library Association.

FAFLRT Achievement Award recognizes an individual for achievement in the promotion of library and information service and the information profession in the Federal community. Those nominated need not be members of FAFLRT and only ALA members can make nominations. Donated and administered by the Federal and Armed Forces Libraries Round Table (FAFLRT).

Under FAFLRT, the awards process was limited to usually 3 member panel, and was an informal process.

 

Award Recipients

  • 2021  No Awards Given
  • 2020 Nancy Faget, Army Research Library
  • 2020  Karl Debus-Lopez, Library of Congress, retired
  • 2019  Richard Huffine, Chief of the Library and Public Information Center at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
  • 2018 Master Gunnery Sergeant (USMC), Chief, US Marine Band Library & Archives
  • 2016 Anne Harrison, From Library of Congress
  • 2015  Jeanne Drewes
  • 2014  Judith Proctor Cannan
  • 2013  No Awards Given
  • 2012  No Awards Given
  • 2011  No Awards Given
  • 2010  Shirley Loo
  • 2009  Donna Scheeder
  • 2008  Robert E. Schnare, Jr.
  • 2007  No awards given
  • 2006  James King
  • 2005  No awards given
  • 2004  Susan M. Tarr
  • 2003  Janet D. Ormes
  • 2002  Dan O. Clemmer
  • 2001  No Awards Given
  • 2000  Pam André
  • 1999  Milton H. Megee
  • 1998 Jeanne Hurley Simon, National Commission on Libraries and Information Science
  • 1997 Laurie Stackpole, Naval Research Laboratory
  • 1996 No Award given
  • 1995 Gail L. Koholhorst, General Services Administration
  • 1994, Louise Nyce, Pentagon
  • 1993 No Awards given
  • 1992 Mary Berghaus Levering, Executive Director, FLICC, Library of Congress
  • 1991 Elisabeth Knauff, Treasury Department
  • 1990 Major Owens, Representative in Congress
  • 1989 Bill Welsh, Deputy Librarian of Congress
  • 1988 Anne Heanue, ALA Washington Office
  • 1987 Adelaide del Frate, NASA
  • 1986 No Awards given
  • 1985 Patricia Wilson Berger, National Bureau of Standards