Merit & Fitness Award

The highest award given by the NYSAPCSO is the “Merit & Fitness Award”, which recognizes contributions made by an individual to the administration of the New York State Merit System and for contributions of time and energies in support of the Association.

Annually, the Association will recognize a Civil Service administrator or other government official with responsibility for their jurisdiction’s merit system administration who has demonstrated exceptional public service in support of Article V Section 6 of the NYS Constitution and service to NYSAPCSO as a board member or other direct means of support.

Nominations are due by May 1 of each year to the Association Secretary. 2016 Merit & Fitness Nomination Form

NYSAPCSO President John Charon presents the 2017 Merit and Fitness Award to Maria Kenneally of OCOMA

Prior Merit & Fitness Award Winners

1997   George C. Sinnott, President, NYS Civil Service Commission

1998   NYS Governor George Pataki

1999   Robert Gregory, Director, NYSAC

2000   Ted Doyle, Director, Municipal Service Division, NYS Civil Service

2001   Alan Schneider, Personnel Director, Suffolk County

2002   Thomas Pillsworth, Former Director, MSD, NYS Civil Service

2005   Karl Kampe, Executive Director, Nassau County

2006   NYS Civil Service Commissioners

2007   Ray Greene, Director, Municipal Service Division, NYS Civil Service

2010   Maureen Sullivan, Personnel Officer, Oswego County

2010   Ed Brancati, Westchester County Civil Service

2011   Frank Sinicropi, Personnel Officer, Seneca County

2012   Paul Eldridge, Personnel Officer, Putnum County

2013   David Moshier, Human Resources Director, Cattaraugus County

2014   Bethany O’Rourke, Personnel Officer, Tioga County

2016   Mary Krause, former Personnel Officer, Ontario County

2016   Patty Familo, Personnel Administrator, Oswego County

2017   Maria Kenneally, Principal Municipal Personnel Consultant, OCOMA

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