2016 Prudential Productivity Award winners announced
The Prudential Productivity Awards, an annual event honoring state employees throughout Florida, has announced its winners for 2016, including four winners from the University of Florida.
This year, cash and plaque awards will be presented to nearly 605 individuals and teams for their innovation and productivity improvements. Over the past 28 years, award winners have produced $9 billion in cost savings/avoidance or efficiency gains for Florida taxpayers and businesses.
The individual and team awardees from UF who have been identified as 2016 winners are:
Team Members: David Register, Thomas Gonzales, Vinny Herman, Theran Floyd, Libby Rowell, Jose Diaz, Alex King, Kenny Stokes
Student Employee Time Keeping Improvement Team, Joint efforts by Department of Recreational Sports and J. Wayne Reitz Union, Division of Student Affairs
Team Members: Jeffrey Schmidt, Steven Bourdon, Jean Starobin, Michael Hoffmann, Karley Counts, Pam Hightower, Evelyn Anderson
CLAS IT/Biology – Web Transition Team, Joint efforts by CLAS Information Technology and Department of Biology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Team Members: Priscilla Chapman, Kyle Arola, David Reddig
Tricia Horton, Compliance Auditor Specialist, Pediatric Integrated Care (Ped-I-Care), College of Medicine
Certificate of Commendation
For more information about this awards program, please visit the Prudential Productivity Awards section of the HRS website or contact our Agency Coordinator, Kenya Williams via email or at (352) 273-1761.
Congratulations to this year’s award winners!