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Distinguished Service Award nominations open
Now's your chance to recognize your personal supply chain hero. CSCMP is accepting nominations for its annual Distinguished Service Award until April 30, 2019. The award recipient will be honored at the opening general session of CSCMP's 2019 EDGE Conference in Anaheim, California, this upcoming September.
CSCMP's Distinguished Service Award is the highest honor that can be bestowed upon an individual for achievement in the fields of logistics and supply chain management. It is presented annually to an academic, consultant, or practitioner who exemplifies sustained, consistent, and excellent service to the development of the disciplines of logistics and supply chain management. The selected individual will have shown high integrity and moral principles throughout his or her professional career.
All CSCMP members can submit a nomination for this award. Nominees will be judged on five criteria:
- Sustained and distinguished record of contribution to the disciplines of logistics and supply chain management
- Contributions above the normal expectations of the job
- Recognition as a leader in logistics or supply chain management
- Recognition as an innovator in logistics or supply chain management
- Education of the logistics and supply chain management profession (both orally and written)
Nomination guidelines and a list of past winners can be foundÂ on CSCMP's website. Members can also consider submitting nominations for CSCMP's other annual awards: the Doctoral Dissertation Award, Young Professionals Emerging Leader Award, the Supply Chain Innovation Award, and the Supply Chain Hall of Fame.
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