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    DoD OIG Wins National Capital Area CFC Awards

    DoD OIG Wins National Capital Area CFC Awards

    Photo By Dwrena Allen | On March 23, Carolyn Hantz, the DoD OIG Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) Coordinator,...... read more read more

    ALEXANDRIA, VA, UNITED STATES

    03.27.2018

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    DoD Office of Inspector General

    On March 23, Carolyn Hantz, the DoD OIG Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) Coordinator, accepted two National Capital Area (NCA) CFC Awards during a ceremony held at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C.

    The DoD OIG won first place in the medium-sized agency category for photography, and first place for best overall outreach plan in the same category. In addition to the two NCA awards, the DoD OIG also won five DoD-level awards.

    Ms. Hantz said the OIG campaign would not have been successful without the Component key workers. At a separate ceremony held at the OIG Headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia, each key worker received a certificate of appreciation presented by Ms. Hantz, Campaign Chairman and Principal Deputy Inspector General Glenn Fine, and Campaign Vice Chairman Randy Stone.

    Ms. Hantz said she took on the role of OIG campaign coordinator because the CFC is very close to her heart. CFC organizations helped her communicate with her son, who is both autistic and non-verbal.

    “This was a great opportunity to take it up a level in terms of my participation,” she said. “I enjoyed it. Even though [CFC organizers] took the fundraisers out, which caused a lot of people to say they took the fun out, I tried to put the fun back in with the activities we organized.”

    Mr. Fine thanked Ms. Hantz and the key workers for their efforts, as well as the OIG workforce for their contributions.

    “This was a great effort toward a worthy cause,” he said. “To get five awards out of seven categories – three first place awards and two honorable mentions – that is quite an accomplishment. I am proud of the generosity of the OIG workforce and the hard work of the CFC leaders and key workers who made this campaign a success."

    The average charitable contribution from an OIG employee was $831.78, and as an organization, the agency pledged 184 volunteer hours to various organizations during the 12-week campaign.

    CFC is the world's largest annual workplace charity campaign, with almost 200 CFC campaigns throughout the country and overseas raising millions of dollars each year. Pledges made by Federal civilian, postal and military donors during the campaign season support eligible non-profit organizations that provide health and human service benefits throughout the world.

    DoD OIG CFC Coordinator Carolyn Hantz accepts the first place National Capital Area Award for best photography in a medium-sized agency from Vince Micone, Local Federal Coordinating Committee Chairperson during a ceremony held March 23 at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C.

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    Date Taken: 03.27.2018
    Date Posted: 03.27.2018 13:55
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    Location: ALEXANDRIA, VA, US 

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