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Civilian Personnel Advisory Center(CPAC)
Building 33720
307 Chamberlain Avenue
Fort Gordon, GA 30905
Tel: 706-791-3840
DSN: 780-3840
Fax: 706-791-5595
 
Job Information Center
Hours: 0730-1530 (M-F)
 
Appropriated Fund Employees
Hours: 0800-1600 (M-F)
 
Non-Appropriated Fund Employees
Hours: 0730-1600 (M-F)

Fort Gordon Civilian Personnel Advisory Center

Welcome to the CPAC electronic information resource for personnel issues.  We invite you to use the many tools available to assist employees and managers in making personnel decisions in the fast changing human resources area.

The Civilian Personnel Advisory Center's (CPAC) goal is to provide accurate and timely advisory services in the administration of civilian personnel services in a regionalized environment.  This office is responsible for developing, promoting, and monitoring civilian personnel policies to meet the needs of management, supervisors, and the workforce and represents the installation by putting information at their fingertips.

 

Civilian Awards

CPAC AwardRecognizing employees with incentive awards is probably the most flexible management tool you have as a manager. Public recognition of superior ideas and outstanding individual and group performance helps build morale. It can also help you as a manager to build and maintain a highly motivated and productive organization. Your employees will perceive that you welcome new ideas and reward high performance.

Types of Recognition - There are three categories of recognition: Honorary, Monetary, and Time-off.
 

All can serve as motivation to the recipients and other employees. Effective use of awards requires consideration of the nature of the contribution and the needs and interests of the employees. For example, while it might be more appropriate to grant an honorary award to an individual for long and distinguished service, cash recognition might be considered appropriate for individual sustained superior job performance or for an individual or a group of employees who have produced an excellent product or completed a complex assignment in an outstanding way.

The Appropriate Use of Awards - The granting of awards should be considered judiciously by managers, especially in the area of performance awards, in order to avoid giving the impression that it is an employee's entitlement. Awards should only be granted where fully deserved, to those who meet the criteria, and with full explanation as to the accomplishments being recognized. In this way, you will maintain employees' confidence in the value and integrity of awards granted in your organization.

 

References:

AUTONOA - Performance Appraisals/Awards  
Award Submission  
Awards Program with Award Descriptions  
AR 672-20 Incentive Awards  
Army Suggestion Program Link  
Code of Federal Regulations: Title 5, Part 451

 

Honorary Army Awards  
On The Spot Policy Letter

 

TRADOC Supplement 1 to AR-672-20 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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